Meet Our Physical Therapists
Melissa Leitner, PT, DPT
Melissa graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Georgia. She then went on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the Medical College of Georgia. Over the past 9 years, Melissa has worked exclusively in pediatrics, both in the clinic and the home environment. She has participated in a variety of continuing education courses including Neuro-developmental Treatment (NDT), Myofascial Release, Torticollis and Plagiocephaly, and various treatments for children with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and other neurological and developmental conditions. When she’s not working, Melissa enjoys spending time with her husband and their identical twin daughters, Charlotte and Addison. She also enjoys scrapbooking, quilting, and being with friends and family.
Ali Schultz, PT, DPT
Ali grew up in Kennesaw, Georgia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science from The University of Georgia. She then attended the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in St. Augustine, Florida and enjoyed living by the beach for 3 years. There Ali received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree, and then moved back to Atlanta to pursue her passion of working in a pediatric physical therapy setting. Ali has been working at In Harmony Pediatric Therapy since 2014 and loves it! She also works some weekends at Shepherd Center in Atlanta on the brain injury rehab unit. She has taken several continuing education courses with topics including: cerebral palsy in the pediatric population, plagiocephaly, the development of the gait, the pediatric brain, and pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine. Ali enjoys going to the beach, playing soccer, and spending time with her family and friends. She has a dog named Maddox, who she brings everywhere she can with her around the city. She also loves cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Falcons football teams on weekends in the fall.
Megan Boggs, PT, DPT
Megan has been working at In Harmony since June 2014. She graduated from the University of Georgia majoring in Exercise and Sports Science and from the University of North Georgia with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. When she was in college, she volunteered with Special Olympics Georgia and attended State Games as a gymnastics coach. Megan loves learning and has attended continuing education courses with an emphasis on cerebral palsy, the development of gait and gait abnormalities, and tortilcollis and plagiocephaly. In her spare time, Megan enjoys an active lifestyle, including running and yoga, baking and spending time with her husband, David.
Bridget Calkins, DPT, MOT
Bridget graduated from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences with a Master’s in Occupational Therapy in 2004, and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy as part of their Dual Program in 2005. Bridget worked in Florida about 10 years prior to In Harmony in various settings mostly orthopedic adults and pediatrics. She practices equally as an OT and a PT depending on the needs of individuals. She has been in Canton for almost 4 years. Bridget has a passion for providing children and all people with quality treatment. She loves working in the areas of sensory integration, primitive reflex integration, vestibular rehabilitation, orthopedic conditions, torticollis, and equipment acquisition. She loves working in a team atmosphere to collaborate with other disciplines for kids needs. She loves spending time with her family including her husband, 2 young boys, 2 dogs, a bearded dragon, and a guinea pig. She enjoys being outside running, playing tennis, hiking, or actively exploring new things. She also loves family fun days and nights of movies, popcorn, swimming, playground action, homemade art crafts and decorated goodies. Reading a good book for club is great fun as well.
Whitney Knight, DPT
Whitney is from the Birmingham, Alabama area. She graduated from the University of Mobile with a bachelor of science degree in Athletic Training and also played volleyball for Mobile all 4 years. She then attended Alabama State University to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree in 2015.
Upon graduation, Whitney worked at Drayer Physical Therapy Institute in Prattville, AL with an outpatient orthopedic focus as well as working at The Comprehensive Therapy Center at Baptist Medical Center East where she had the opportunity to work with a variety of patients from adults to pediatrics. She then took a job at Children’s Rehab and Therapy Services in Dothan, AL as a pediatric physical therapist providing PT services to children in a pediatric outpatient clinic and in the school setting
Whitney recently moved to Atlanta and enjoys going to the beach, lake, spending time with family and friends. She is dog mom to a Goldendoodle named Millie. Whitney loves college football and the University of Alabama.