Greensboro - Yanceyville Street
Eva Witham PT, DPT, OCS
Eva WithamPT, DPT, OCS
Eva is the Clinic Manager at the Greensboro – Yanceyville Street location.
Eva Witham is a native of Winston-Salem, NC. She graduated from Winston-Salem State University, making a perfect score on the National Licensing Exam! Prior to earning her Doctorate, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science at Winston-Salem State University. Eva completed Evidence in Motion’s Orthopedic Residency Program, is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist, and is a certified Trigger Point Dry Needling provider.
Eva stays very busy in her free time. She enjoys running, rock climbing, skydiving, and BASE jumping. On the weekends, if she’s not climbing the side of a mountain, then she’s probably jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, although, she says, “perfectly good airplane is debatable”. Needless to say, Eva appreciates every patient’s desire to live life to the fullest, and is dedicated to getting them there.
Emily Burke PT, DPT
Emily BurkePT, DPT
Emily earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY. Prior to earning her doctorate, she graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences.
Emily takes special interest in orthopaedic injury rehabilitation, manual therapy and maximizing function while reducing risk of future injury. While in school, she participated in a research project looking at the differences between dominant and non-dominant leg and how that should be applied to injury rehabilitation. Emily also plans to enroll in Evidence In Motion’s 2019 Orthopaedic Residency Program and is excited to work in a culture that emphasizes continued learning and promotes a positive, fun environment.
She currently lives in Burlington, but grew up in Chapel Hill, even though she is a lifelong Duke Basketball fan. In her spare time, Emily enjoys reading, baking, being outside and riding her two horses, Batman and Promise.
Cole Kampen PT, DPT
Cole KampenPT, DPT
Cole earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from St. Catherine University in Minneapolis, MN. Prior to this, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree focusing on renewable energy from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. She is a native of Greensboro and is happy to be serving her community.
Cole’s favorite thing about being a Physio is listening to her patients and partnering with them to chart a path for optimal health and wellness. She takes special interest in Pelvic Health, and has completed the Herman and Wallace Level 1 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction certification program. She is also currently enrolled in Evidence In Motion’s Pelvic Health Board Certification Program. Cole has worked extensively in Neurorehabilitation and has completed special training in Neurodevelopmental Treatment and Mobilizing the Complex Medical Patient.
Cole and her husband have a chocolate lab, nine chickens, and three children. She is deeply rooted in her community, and stays active in her church and Cub Scout pack. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, fermenting foods, playing music, and singing. Cole has been practicing mindfulness meditation for 15 years, and loves seeing the benefits of this simple practice unfold in the lives of her patients.
Josef Smith PTA
Josef earned his Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) degree from Guilford Technical Community College in Jamestown, NC. Prior to this, he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Josef is currently enrolled in Evidence In Motion’s PTA Specialty Certification in Orthopaedics as well as the Pain Neuroscience Education course offered by the International Spine and Pain Institute. He takes special interest in pain neuroscience, injury rehabilitation, post-op rehabilitation, and sports physical therapy. He is motivated to make a positive difference in his patients lives, helping them regain their sense of well-being and quality of life.
In his spare time, Josef loves being outdoors and staying active. He can be found at the beach, with family, playing golf, exercising, or watching sports. If he could remind his patients of one thing, it would be that “movement is medicine.”