Hinesville Clinic

475 South Main Street
Hinesville, Georgia 31313

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

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Established in 1990, West Rehab in Hinesville offers physical, occupational, and speech therapy.

Office Manager: Courtney Jones

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Meet Our Hinesville Staff


Joey Sims, PT, DPT

Joey Sims

Graduated from Medical College of Georgia with DPT in 2012
Clinical Director of West Rehab Hinesville

Why did you choose Physical Therapy as your profession?     I chose to become a physical therapist because I enjoy interacting with people. It is very fulfilling to me when I am able to help folks return to function and perform activities they enjoy. Physical Therapy is such a dynamic profession, and I love that it is always being molded and changed in order to more effectively improve peoples’ lives.

Why WEST?     West Rehab is well-respected in the community and Southeast Georgia. Becky and Brian have created a wonderful, caring atmosphere in which the patients come first.

Why should a patient choose you as their PT?     I believe that I can provide patients with excellent quality physical therapy that is tailored to the needs of the individual. I am always trying to sharpen my skills and remain a dynamic PT as ultimately, the patient who benefits most.

What’s something interesting about you?     I am an avid golfer and fisherman. I find fishing a lot easier than golf.




Nadia Bynoe-Peters, PTA

Graduated from Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY in 2004 with an Associate’s degree in Physical Therapy Assisting

Why did you choose Physical Therapy Assisting as your profession?  I would always attend my mother’s PT sessions and saw what they could do for her. It was amazing. I knew instantly that it was my calling to be in this profession.

Why WEST?  I chose West Rehab because of the warm family atmosphere it has. Patients get great results and enjoy their time there so naturally I wanted to be a part of the family.

Why should a patient choose you as their PTA?  I love my job because it brightens my day to brighten another’s.  I am also a licensed massage therapist with 3 years experience.

State an interesting fact about yourself:  I love to work with my hands.  I am very crafty.

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Koby Hayes, PTA

South University, 2010

Associates of Science Degree in Physical Therapy Assisting

Why 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.

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



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Amy Harkness, OT

Graduated in 1995 from Barry University in Miami Beach, Florida with a 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.

 State 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.




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Meghan Moore, OTR/L

 Graduated from Spring Hill College in 2009 with a Bachelor degree in Biology

Graduated from University of South Alabama in 2011 with Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy

Why did you choose occupational therapy as your profession?  I love how diverse I can be as a clinician.  Occupational therapy allows me to take into consideration the entire person, not just a single aspect of their health.  I enjoy teaching patients how to become independent.

Why WEST? The company’s approach to business is consistent with my own professional code. I appreciate how friendly all the staff is and how quickly they will treat you like family!

Why should a patient choose you as their OT? I love meeting new people and having new experiences.  My education and professional experience will assist me in treating populations that range from pediatrics to adults.

State an interesting fact about yourself: My newest hobby is photography and I have been spending a lot time learning about my new camera.  I also love spending time with my husband and our two furry ‘kids’ Molly and Marta.


Bridget Quinlan, OT

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Graduated from Keuka College, Keuka Park NY (2008) with Masters in Occupational Therapy

Why did you choose OT as your profession? I chose OT as a profession because I love working with people, and it brings me joy knowing that I helped someone return to independence, or gain new skills that will help them to be successful in their daily activities.

Why WEST Rehab? I chose West because it allows me to work with every age range in one setting. They are also a very helpful group of therapists and staff.

Why should a patient choose you as their OT? In my 6 years as an occupational therapist I have had the opportunity to work on a variety of settings giving me the skills to address a variety of diagnoses in adults and pediatrics. I truly try to discover what is most important to each of my clients and their families and help them achieve independence through their occupational therapy sessions.

What’s an interesting fact about yourself? I am a big Syracuse fan! (Go Orange) and I enjoy spending time with my fiancé and our two puppies Parker and Emalee.