Bradley J. Cummings PT, CHT
Brad Cummings is the therapist co-owner of Foundation Hand & Physical Therapy. A certified hand therapist as well as a licensed physical therapist, he has successfully passed an exam of advanced clinical skills and theory in upper extremity rehab (the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder). In addition, Brad worked as center manager for one of the state's leading hand and physical therapy facilities for almost 15 years before starting Foundation. Brad’s clinical expertise includes manual techniques/mobilizations for the treatment of general orthopedic conditions, including sports injuries and worker's compensation cases. He is a fitness enthusiast and avid archery hunter, who lives in Berea with his wife, Tonya, and young daughter.
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Tonya Littlefield Cummings
Tonya Littlefield Cummings is the co-owner and practice administrator of Foundation Hand & Physical Therapy. With more than 15 years of management and marketing experience, Tonya holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication and a master’s in English literature from St. Bonaventure University. Prior to starting Foundation Hand & PT with her husband, Tonya served as a business consultant and spent many years as the vice president of a mid-sized association management company in Lexington, Ky. Tonya lives in Berea with Brad and their young daughter, Lilly, and she enjoys horseback riding and owns two quarter horses.
Hilary Armstrong, MBA, CRCS-P
Hilary Armstrong is the practice manager for Foundation Hand & Physical Therapy. She was born and raised in Lexington and received her bachelor degree in Exercise Physiology from UK and her MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has worked in various roles in the outpatient physical therapy setting for more than five years and recently completed her certification as a Certified Revenue Cycle Specialist (CRCS-P). In her free time, she loves watching and attending sports events, hiking, working out, being involved in her church, and spending time with her husband, Jeremy, and sons, Jaxon and Cason.
Tyler P. Henson, MS, OTR/L, CHT
Tyler joined the Foundation Hand & PT in June of 2016. He is a 2012 graduate of the occupational therapy program at Eastern Kentucky University and has been practicing hand therapy for his entire career. He received a B.S. in biology from EKU in 2007 and holds an M.S. in exercise physiology from the University of Kentucky in 2009. While he enjoys treating a variety of hand and upper extremity conditions, his primary interests are in the management of fractures and tendon injuries, cumulative trauma disorders, industrial rehab and custom orthotics. Outside of work, he is an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with his wife and son. Tyler is originally from Corbin, Ky., and now resides in Lexington.
Marti Sexton is typically the first face you see when you visit Foundation Hand & Physical Therapy. As our front office coordinator, she is responsible for researching and explaining insurance benefits, as well as scheduling and preauthorizing therapy visits among other administrative tasks. Marti earned her associate’s degree in medical office administrative assisting in 1995 and has worked in various physical therapy clinics since 2009. A native of Berea, Mari enjoys being outside, reading, drawing and spending time with her family.
We are looking for qualified physical therapists and physical therapy assistants. For more information, contact the clinic at 859-625-5986.
Jennifer Hurst, PTA
Jennifer Hurst is a licensed Physical Therapy Assistant. She is a 2000 graduate of Midway College with an associate of arts degree in PT Assisting. Jennifer began her PT career in 1998 as a PT aide and transitioned to PTA upon completing the program. Jennifer has spent her career working with a variety of patients ranging from infants, school-based PT, home health care, acute care and outpatient care. Her passion is working with pediatrics and geriatrics. Jennifer resides in Estill County with her husband and three sons. She enjoys relaxing with her family at home and playing outdoors with her boys.
Tyler Ward is a rehabilitation technician and has been with FHPT Therapy since November 2016. He is a 2017 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science in Occupational Science and is pursuing a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. Tyler, affectionately known as “Tall Tyler,” was a member of EKU’s baseball team and enjoys watching and playing a number of different sports. Prior to attending EKU, Tyler played junior college baseball and received an associate in science and arts from Olney Central Community College in southern Illinois. He is originally from Nicholasville, but now resides in Richmond.
Kathy Hahn, PT
Kathy Hahn is a licensed Physical Therapist. She joined FHPT in November 2017, after working for 15 years in a hospital setting with KY One. Kathy is dry needling certified and has recieved concentrated education in the area of spinal manipulation. She received her masters in physical therapy from University of Kentucky and remains a true blue fan. She lives in Richmond with her two children.
Tyler Napier is our lead rehabilitation technician. A 2016 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor's degree physical education. Tyler is outgoing and personable which makes him a great team member. Tyler enjoys spending his free time riding ATV’s and attending car shows. Tyler’s future plans are to attend graduate school and obtain a degree in physical therapy.
Stella Cabral is a rehabilitation technician and has been with FHPT since May 2018. Born and raised in Brazil, Stella’s first time in America was as a student at the University of Kentucky. In 2016, Stella earned her degree in physical therapy from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, the university she attended in Brazil. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family. Stella’s future goal is to finish the validation process to obtain her physical therapy degree in America.