Ashley Batcheller, PT, DPT
Kari Bishop-Kuhn, PT, DPT, CIMT has been a physical therapist for nearly 
20 years, bringing a wealth of knowledge, skills and creativity to share with 
infants, toddlers, families and child care providers.  

In 2008, Kari chose to focus her physical therapy career on working with 
children and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in Pediatric 
Science.  Kari is also a certified infant massage teacher and has provided 
community training in infant communication.

Kari has a passion for providing family centered physical therapy interventions
in a creative, interactive and culturally sensitive manner. She has worked with children who have had diagnoses including developmental delay, hypertonia, hypotonia, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, along with kiddos without any specific diagnosis. She feels it is important to assist in connecting families with community resources to develop support and quality of life opportunities! 

In addition to working with infants-toddlers, their families and early childhood 
providers, Kari enjoys being out in nature connecting with family and friends, 
volunteering with kids programs, cooking and traveling.

Ashley Batcheller graduated first in her class from Idaho State University in 2007 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy.  She began her career in pediatrics at Georgetown University Hospital immediately following graduation. Since that time, she has practiced at various clinics and facilities focusing  on her passion for working with children.  She joined KidSprout Therapy in 2015, and she currently serves Chatham and Orange counties.  


Throughout her career, Ashley has focused on enhancing her knowledge and skills through hands on intervention, as well as continuing education.   She recently completed coursework in effective play-based therapy and early intervention. In addition, she has completed specialized training in wheelchair seating and positioning, biomechanics and pediatric function, autism, Asperger's syndrome, ADHD, hypotonia, prematurity, bracing, orthotics, and torticollis. 

An advocate for child and family, Ashley is sound in the belief that therapy outcomes are maximized by caregiver participation.  She is committed to the families she serves.  She prides herself in creating care plans that revolve around the complete family and natural environment, and she encourages families to engage in therapy  sessions in order to best support their child.

In addition to working with children, their families, and community providers, Ashley enjoys spending time with her husband and children, being outdoors, and reading.