Johnson & Hayes™ Physical Therapists
Phone & FaxPhone (256) 325-1699Fax (256) 325-1711
Address8490 Hwy 72 W #120
Madison, AL 35758
Open HoursMon: 9am – 6pmTue: 7am – 4pmWed: 9am – 6pmThu 7am – 4pmFri: 7am – 4pm
Scott Johnson, a Huntsville native, co-founded Johnson & Hayes Physical Therapists in January 2003. Scott began playing baseball and basketball at an early age, which he continued through college. He graduated from Grissom High School, where he lettered in baseball and basketball, and went on to play baseball at Gadsden State Community College. He then played baseball at Birmingham-Southern College, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology/Psychology.
Scott went on to receive his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama – Birmingham, and later received a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Alabama – Birmingham. Having undergone physical therapy due to numerous injuries in collegiate sports, Scott always had an interest in the profession. Scott received his Alabama PT license in 1994, and worked as a Physical Therapist/Manager at Baptist Health System for 4 1/2 years. He then worked as a Physical Therapist/Administrator at HealthSouth for 4-1/2 years.
Scott is married to the former Carrie Cason, and they have two children, Sam and Abby. Scott enjoys treating post-operative and nonoperative orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries with manual therapy emphasis. His areas of interest and expertise include shoulder and knee injuries, scoliosis rehabilitation, and rehabilitation of athletes. In his spare time, Scott loves to spend time with his family and friends, play golf, and serves as a board member with Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Todd Hayes, a Huntsville native, co-founded Johnson & Hayes Physical Therapists in January 2003. Todd has an extensive background in sports. He played baseball and basketball at Grissom High School, where he graduated in 1987. Todd was no stranger to sports related injury; he broke his tibia and fibula in his right leg during a baseball collision. The importance of quality rehabilitation became evident at an extremely young age. After graduation from Grissom, Todd played baseball for two years at Gadsden State Community College, and then went on to play at Lipscomb University.
He received a Dual Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and Math upon graduation from Auburn University, and later a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Upon completing his Physical Therapy degree, Todd worked at HealthSouth for three years. He married his high school sweetheart, Monica Lancaster Hayes, and they have three children: Katie, Carter, and Lauren.
In his spare time, Todd loves to coach youth sports, play golf, snow ski, travel and spend time with his family. He enjoys serving on his church mission board and as board member for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Todd receives extraordinary joy from being a physical therapist because he is able to return people back to the things they love to do.
Selea Cooper, from Madison, AL, joined the Johnson & Hayes team in June 2019. Selea always wanted to pursue a career in healthcare. Once in high school, Selea participated in a program where she observed various healthcare professions. It was in this program that she discovered her passion for becoming a physical therapist. Selea received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Alabama and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of South Alabama. Selea shadowed at Johnson & Hayes one summer as an undergraduate student. She also had one of her clinical rotations at J&H. Selea enjoyed the overall environment of J&H and the ability to make meaningful connections with patients. In her free time, Selea enjoys watching Alabama football games, reading, going for walks with her rescue dog (Sugar), and spending time with family and friends.
Kendall’s roots are in Knoxville, TN but also claims Huntsville as her home since moving here in 2012 to begin her collegiate volleyball career at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. At UAH, she earned her Bachelor’s in Biological Sciences with an Exercise Physiology cognate. Prior to college, Kendall developed a passion for Physical Therapy through personal experience and shadowing opportunities of various patient populations. It was early she developed a strong drive and passion for patients with neurological disorders affecting mobility and balance. Kendall was accepted into Belmont University’s DPT program where she graduated from in August of 2019 and got married one week later! It only took an 8-week clinical rotation in 2018 for her to know J&H was a special place. In October of 2019, Kendall accepted a position in the Dizziness and Balance program to assist the very patients she is most passionate about. She believes Physical Therapy is a valuable tool to help those with mobility disorders regain an active lifestyle and improve quality of life through movement and community. Outside of work, Kendall enjoys practicing Pilates, hiking, being on the lake, playing volleyball, and spending time with her husband, Conner, family and friends.
I grew up in the small town of Elkmont, Al and shortly after graduating in 2016 I moved to Madison, Al. I wasn't completely sure what career I wanted to pursue, thinking I may be interested in personal training due to my background in fitness and nutrition. When I took my first anatomy class, I absolutely fell in love with the body and wanted to expand my knowledge even further, so I applied and was accepted into the PTA program at Calhoun Community College. I graduated with my Associate's degree and became a licensed PTA in May 2021.
I have worked at many different types of settings, such as pediatrics, outpatient orthopedic, and a balance oriented clinic. I determined with further training, I had the most passion for patients with balance disorders and dizziness, but also have a love for orthopedics.
I heard about an opening at Johnson and Hayes through an employee, and after hearing all of the amazing reviews from patients and employees, it was an opportunity I couldn't turn down. I am now able to focus balance and dizziness patients one-on-one, which I absolutely love and have always wanted.
Outside of work, I love doing anything outdoors, especially hiking or traveling to new places, going to the gym, and spending time with my two fur-babies!
Megan Miller, a native of Huntsville, joined Johnson and Hayes Physical Therapists in 2012 because of the compassionate and friendly staff she met, and the "small town" feel when patients entered the clinic. Through school and internships, she found that patient-focused care rendered the best outcomes and desired to work in a PT-owned clinic that allowed PTs to treat their patients through their full recovery. Growing up, Megan enjoyed helping others and found Human Anatomy and Physiology to be her favorite High school class. A career in Physical therapy has allowed her to pair these two together, with each patient presenting unique problems that keep her on her toes.
Megan graduated from UA Huntsville with a Bachelors in Biological Sciences with an Exercise Physiology Minor. She earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine after graduating with High honors. Since 2012, Megan has completed continuing education towards earning a Manual Therapy certification. Beginning in 2015, Megan began her training through the University of St Augustine in Craniofacial Physical Therapy after finding that there was a lack of care in North Alabama for patients suffering from jaw and facial dysfunction. In her spare time, Megan enjoys traveling, cheering on her Vols/Packers/Predators/Trash Pandas, and spending time with her husband Larry, and kids- Callie and Landon.
Mary Emily grew up in Muscle Shoals, AL and joined the J&H team in September 2021. She attended Auburn University for her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and minored in Psychology. She then moved with her husband, Austin, to Chattanooga, TN, where she attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. Mary Emily grew up playing high school sports and enjoyed learning about the human body in her anatomy and physiology classes. She always had a passion for serving others and loves the ability to help people of all ages regain mobility and functionality to improve their quality of life. One of her favorite aspects of her career is having the ability to build relationships and rapport with her patients. In her free time, Mary Emily enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and family. She also enjoys cooking, eating good food, spending time on the lake, and taking her two dogs, Sammie and Copper, on walks.
I graduated in May of 2022 with my Doctorate from the University of Evansville in southern Indiana.
I grew up in Collinsville, IL which is right next to Saint Louis, Missouri. Being so close to the city, I grew up loving Cardinals baseball. I also love traveling, going on walks, good food, and exploring my new home in Alabama!
My favorite part of physical therapy is being able to drastically improve someone's functional mobility and quality of life. Getting to build trusting relationships with my patients throughout the progression of their treatment is very important to me. My love of helping others and my interests in anatomy & physiology combined to make me love physical therapy. While I was in PT school I participated in my school's student-run, pro-bono physical therapy clinic. Being able to learn and practice my skills while also providing care to an underserved population in my community was one of my favorite parts of being in PT school.
I am certified in LSVT BIG which is a program focused on restoring quality of movements in individuals with Parkinson's disease and other neurologic conditions. I am excited to start my career treating individuals with dizziness and balance difficulties, as well as orthopedic conditions!