Copelyn is a Marietta, GA native and graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Minor in Psychology in 2018. While attending KSU, she was highly involved in extracurricular activities and leadership roles within her community. She continued her philanthropic passion and education at Augusta University as she obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2022 while serving as her class Service Chair.
Copelyn has a background in classical ballet and contemporary dance and has faced her own adversity as a physical therapy patient from multiple dance injuries growing up. Her injuries ultimately lead to her dance retirement mid-season as a member of the KSU Dance Team. This sparked her passion in working with orthopedic and performance injuries as well as building a connection with Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and its relation to athletes. While a student, Copelyn obtained her Level 1 Pelvic Floor Certification from Hermann & Wallace and spent her elective working with a variety of men and women with Pelvic Floor needs including pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse, and hip and back pain. Copelyn’s priority is to build a foundation for injury prevention and have patient’s leave the clinic in a better condition than before their injury.
Copelyn is excited to return to Team Rehab where she learned many skills as a Physical Therapy Technician for 2 years. Outside of work, Copelyn enjoys spending time adventuring outside with her dog, traveling, at concerts, and participating in Yoga and Pilates.