Hinesville Clinic

475 South Main Street
Hinesville, Georgia 31313

Phone: (912) 368-4131
Fax: (912) 368-4132

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Services Include:

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

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 Meet Our Hinesville Staff

Office Manager: Bailey Stierlen

Drew Morris, PT, DPT

Armstrong State University, 2014
Doctorate in Physical Therapy

Why did you choose PT as a profession? I chose PT because I really like getting to know my patients and being able to help them throughout the entire rehab process. It is extremely rewarding to see people progress and reached their personal and professional goals. Physical therapy is always changing, and I like the challenge of always learning new ideas or techniques to better help my patients.

 Why West Rehab? I chose West because this company puts the patient first. West rehab gives therapist the freedom to treat patients in the best way possible while providing a comfortable atmosphere for both the therapist and patient.

 Why should a patient choose you as a PT? I believe that I treat my patients as a whole and not just the injury. I do my very best to help each patient reach his/her individualized goals. I am always willing to learn new ideas and techniques to help make me a better therapist for my patients.

 What is something interesting about you? I love everything about golf and the Denver Broncos. I love playing golf, going to PGA tournaments, and learning about golf history. I have been an avid Broncos fan since I was in elementary school.


Koby Hayes, PTA

South University, 2010
Associates of Science Degree in Physical Therapy Assisting

Koby HayesWhy did you choose Physical Therapy Assisting as your profession?  I chose physical therapy as my profession because I had a couple of sports related surgeries in high school and had to have PT.

Why WEST?  I actually went to the West Rehab location in Richmond Hill for my therapy.

Why should a patient choose you as their PTA?  I enjoy treating injuries of all types, but I really enjoy back and shoulder injuries due to the challenges they present.

What’s an interesting fact about yourself:  Yes, I like pina coladas and getting caught in the rain.


Amy Harkness, OT

Berry University, 1995
Degree in Occupational Therapy


Why did you choose Occupational Therapy as your profession?  I wanted to make a difference in  the lives of others.  I love to help people become independent or return to doing what they want to do.

Why WEST?  I believe in Brian and Becky West and they gave me the opportunity to work with a variety of  clients from infants to elderly.

Why should a patient choose you as their OT?  I have a diverse interest in populations.  I specialize in pediatrics with developmental delays as well as hand therapy for adults following surgery or having therapy to potentially avoid surgery.

What’s an interesting fact about yourself:  For fun I enjoy traveling and have been to nearly 15 different countries.  Most recently was a mission trip to Nicaragua with my middle daughter before she goes off to college.


 Nicole Sutton, OT

Tennessee State University, 2014
Masters of Occupational Therapy

Why did you choose OT as your profession? I always knew I wanted to be in a rehab profession and help others.  I enjoy the mix of physical and social/emotional components related to care that occupational therapy emphasizes.   While earning my bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders at the University of WI I discovered a new interest – occupational therapy.  It gave me “the best of both worlds” with cognitive and psychological components from speech therapy and physical and technical aspects of physical therapy.  I enjoy working with children and adults.  It’s a great mix.

Why WEST? West Rehab is a great environment with caring clinicians and a supportive staff.  They work hard to ensure we as clinicians are up to date on the latest research by providing opportunities for professional development.

Why should a patient choose me as their OT? I have experience treating children with developmental delays as well as adults with orthopedic injuries of their hand, elbow, and shoulder.  I enjoy the unique challenges that hand therapy patients give and I love how silly I get to be with the kiddos.

Interesting fact about me: I’m originally from Wisconsin.  Yes, I love cheese.  Yes, I LOVE the Packers/Badgers.