Physical Therapist Assistant
Kylie has been a part of the Napoli Team since April 2017. Kylie received her Associates of Applied Science from Concorde Career College in February of 2017. She earned her Physical Therapist Assistant license in April 2017 and has been practicing in the outpatient clinic setting. Kylie is also a member of the APTA as well as a part of the Orthopaedic section. She loves to make her patients feel better and give them the best therapy they deserve. Kylie is from Olive Branch, MS and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Clinical Operations Manager
Tammy started working with Dano Napoli in September 2007, as a Physical Therapist Tech. Upon opening Napoli Physical Therapy, 8 years ago, she worked as a tech and receptionist until 2014 when she became the office manager and currently Clinical Operations Manager. Most of her time, away from work, is spent with family, friends, or working out. Tammy enjoys the outdoors and traveling.
Dano Napoli, MPT, OCS, Cert. DN
Owner, Physical Therapist
Dano Napoli graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) Medical Center, where he received the George Hampton Clinician Award and was also chosen for the LSU Alumni Faculty Award. Prior to attending physical therapy school, he received a Bachelors in Science (B.S.) in Biology from Delta State University (DSU). While in college, he was also a starting nose guard for the DSU football team.
Dano has an extensive background in fitness, strength training and received specialized training in the rehabilitation of osteoarthritic conditions -- degenerative joint disease and degenerative disc disease. In 2014, Dano became a board certified clinical specialist, as well as certified in Dry Needling by the Dry Needling Institute and Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy.
"I am proud to have served the residents of DeSoto County in clinical practice for 15 years. I believe that my clinical experience and extensive training in healthcare will enable me to meet the personal goals of our patients and community."