Driven To Help Others
AFTER GRADUATING FROM CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HIGH SCHOOL IN 1998...
Dr. Trevor Ling left the mid-south to pursue a collegiate soccer career and a degree in health sciences. While away, he discovered his true calling. After being injured himself and going through the recovery process, he knew that he wanted to work in the fields of athletic training and physical therapy. He graduated with a degree in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from DePauw University in 2001, and went on to further his education at Shenandoah University. Upon completion of his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy he married his bride, Amanda, and practiced medicine in the Virginia area. They then returned to his home town of Memphis in 2007. Dr. Ling’s goal in returning to Memphis was to further expand his education in manual therapy, orthopedics, and business. His last 8 years of experience in Shelby County have included work with high school and adult athletes, weekend warriors, triathletes, runners and everyone in between. Dr. Ling has maintained a strong following of repeat clientele over the years due to his expertise, professionalism, and strong desire to deeply understand each and every one of his patients.
IT ALL STARTED AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
- After being injured himself and going through the recovery process, Dr. Ling knew he wanted to work in the fields of athletic training and physical therapy.
- Graduated with a degree in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from DePauw University in 2001.
- Furthered his education at Shenandoah University, completing a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
- Married the love of his life, Amanda, and practiced medicine in Virginia.
- Returned to his hometown of Memphis in 2007.
The Coming Together of Committed Experts
Dr. Trevor Ling
Dr. Amanda Ling
Dr. Tyler Grady
Dr. Samuel Pinzur
Dr. Savannah Payton Rutledge
Originally from Georgia, Dr. Savannah Rutledge is a proud graduate of Mississippi State University where she earned her degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Clinical Exercise Physiology. While attending university, Dr. Rutledge was recruited to the cheerleading team before leveraging her competitive cheer experience into a position as team coach. After suffering her own catastrophic ACL tear, Dr. Rutledge made it her life's mission to help others with similar injuries regain mobility and greater quality of life.
She moved to Tennessee to pursue her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from South College and originally came to Peak Potential for her final internship before graduation. Savannah and her husband Spencer have settled into the Memphis area with their dog Sampson.
Our favorite thing about Savannah is her passion for helping others, by keeping them moving and motivated. She is always striving to learn and grow professionally in order to bring her best to her patients, and she does it all with a smile on her face.