Locations

Montgomery                             
 
5923 Monticello Drive
Montgomery, Alabama 36117
Phone:  334.356.MIKE (6453)
Fax:  334.239.8126
Cell:  334.312.2433

Huntingdon College                                 
 
Huntingdon College
Dept of Sports Science
& Physical Education
Athletic Training
1500 East Fairview
Montgomery, AL 36106
 
Union Springs                            

Bullock County Hospital
Physical Therapy Department
Union Springs, Alabama 36089
Phone:  334.738.1484
Fax:  334.738.1496
 
  
C. Michael Ellis, MSPT, ATC

C. Michael Ellis, MSPT, ATC

Is a native of Phenix City, Alabama. Mike graduated undergraduate from Troy University in 1986 and went on to pursue his physical therapy degree from UAB finishing in 1989. For the past 22 years Mike has spent servicing the central Alabama sports medicine market – providing aggressive out-patient physical therapy and sports performance training.   Mike spent his first 20 years developing a relationship with local physicians, coaches, parents and athletic directors. All of this time the goal was to provide a comprehensive sports medicine rehabilitation service. In October 2009 Mike ventured out on his own and started Pro Impact Physical Therapy and Sports Performance. The goal of this locally owned and managed company is to provide customer service focusing on progressive outpatient physical therapy focusing on individual needs, aggressive industrial rehabilitation with an emphasis on “complete case closure”, complete sports medicine which addresses the needs of the individual athlete, musculoskeletal evaluation and referral assistance and patient/client education with an emphasis on prevention.
In August 2010 Mike joined forces with Roxanne St. Martin, DPT, ATC. This relationship has served the Huntingdon College Athletic Department for over 25 years. Pro Impact presently has an outpatient facility on campus to serve not only the collegiate athlete but the community’s outpatient rehab needs.

Mike has been married for 25 years and is an active member of First Baptist Church and his hobbies consist of anything outdoors, but primarily bow hunting.

  
Roxanne St. Martin, DPT, ATC

 Roxanne St. Martin, DPT, ATC
Roxanne St. Martin, DPT, ATC 

(Rox) is a native of Edmonton, AB Canada. Rox originally came to the USA in January 1991 to attend Huntingdon College where she completed her undergraduate degree in Human Performance and Kinesiology and played intercollegiate softball. During her collegiate career, she was twice awarded academic All-American honors and twiced helped lead her team to third place finishes at NAIA championships. Roxanne also found time to help lead her team to Canadian National honors with her summer softball team. After graduation she worked for 2.5 years as a PT tech prior to being accepted into the Physical Therapy Doctorate program at the University of Southern California where she attended from Aug 1996 – May 1999. Upon graduation Rox returned to Montgomery to work for a local clinic where many positions and opportunities were made available. Roxanne has acted as facility director at multiple clinics and assumed the role of clinical education coordinator where she assisted in the education of future PT professionals from any school within the US.  Currently Roxanne serves on multiple advising boards for PT and PTA programs in the local area helping to ensure compliance with accrediting bodies. 

In 2003, Rox became a certified athletic trainer (ATC) where she worked with local sports programs to assist in the evaluation, treatment and prevention of sports injuries at community and high school outreach events.
 
In Aug 2008, “Dr. Rox” returned to her Alma Mater at Huntingdon as the program director of the athletic training education program where she has worked to develop, strengthen and improve the overall program and department. Then, in May of 2010 she decided to join forces with friend and former colleague Mike Ellis to pursue co-ownership of Pro-Impact Physical Therapy and Sports Performance where they specialize in personal patient care and education.
 
Rox lives in Wetumpka, AL with her husband Davis and step-son David. In her spare time she enjoys tennis, gardening, travel and spending time with family and friends.

 

  
Domonique Martin, ATC
Domonique Martin, ATC
Domonique received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Athletic Training, Magna Cum Laude, in May 2011 from Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Alabama. While working as a student athletic trainer at Huntingdon from 2007-2011, she had the opportunity to work with local high school and college athletic teams in addition to Huntingdon’s NCAA Division III athletes.
 In 2010 Domonique chartered the Huntingdon College Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Honor Society and became its first appointed president. Domonique was chosen by Huntingdon’s athletic training staff in April 2011 to receive the 2010-2011 Academic Excellence Award. She was also chosen by the Sports Science Department faculty to receive the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award.
Domonique is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association, Southeastern Athletic Trainer’s Association, and the Alabama Athletic Trainer’s Association.
Before joining the ProImpact team in July 2011, Domonique worked as a Wellness Coordinator at Montgomery Cardiovascular Associates Rehab and Fitness Center for 2 ½ years. Her experiences with local sports medicine professionals have inspired her to pursue a career in physical therapy. She is currently attending Alabama State University pursuing a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and plans to graduate in 2015.

Domonique currently lives in Prattville, Alabama. She enjoys working out and shopping in her spare time.
  
Joni Davenport, MS, ATC, LAT

Joni Davenport, MS, ATC, LAT

After completing a three year graduate assistantship at Alabama A&M University, Joni Davenport joined the ProImpact Physical Therapy and Sports Performance staff as an Associate Head Athletic Trainer at Huntingdon College in July 2010. Joni primarily covers Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, and Men’s and Women’s Tennis. She also serves as a clinical instructor for the Huntingdon College Athletic Training Education Program.

Joni began her athletic training career at the University of West Alabama as an undergraduate student. She graduate from UWA in May 2007 with her Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training. In August 2007, Joni began her graduate assistantship at Alabama A&M University. While at Alabama A&M University she gained experience working with Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Tennis, and J.O. Johnson High School. In May 2010, she graduated from Alabama A&M University with her Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Rehabilitation Counseling.

Joni is a native of Jemison, Alabama and currently resides in Deatsville, Alabama. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family.