Phone & FaxPhone (256) 774-2978Fax (256) 774-2979
Address97 Hughes Rd Ste P
Madison, AL 35758
Open HoursMon - Fri: 7am – 6pm
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 of 2019. Selea always wanted to pursue a career in healthcare. Once in high school, Selea participated in a program in which she observed various healthcare professions. It was in this program that she discovered her passion to become a physical therapist. Selea recieved 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 clincial 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.
Brent Congo, from Athens, AL, joined the Johnson & Hayes team in 2003 because of the excellent camaraderie among staff and the ample time he was able to spend with his patients. Growing up, he had an interest in science and anatomy. As he studied he became fascinated with how the human body heals or, in many cases, does not heal properly. Physical therapy afforded Brent a career where he can have a positive influence in the body’s healing process. He loves being able to provide education and hands-on treatment to patients so that they can understand how to take care of their own bodies properly to prevent injury and to promote good health.
Brent received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Alabama – Birmingham, a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama – Birmingham, and a Manual Therapy certification from the University of St. Augustine. He is a certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy through the ABPTS. Brent is also a certified dry needling practitioner. In his spare time, Brent enjoys boating, reading, coaching baseball and basketball and being active in his church. Professionally, he enjoys neck, shoulder and back rehabilitation.
Hunter grew up in Muscle Shoals, AL and joined the Johnson & Hayes team in July 2021. He went to Huntingdon College for his undergraduate education, where he played baseball and received his Bachelors in Athletic Training. Hunter worked as an athletic trainer and physical therapy tech for a year in Montgomery, where he discovered a passion for helping patients return to their normal activities after sustaining an injury. He went to Alabama State University where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy and met his wife Katlynne, who is also at physical therapist. In his free time, he loves to duck hunt, play golf, and hang out with his wife.
Jess is a Huntsville native who joined the Johnson & Hayes Physical Therapists team in December 2019 because of their passion to serve others with quality and compassionate care. Jess was a former PT tech at Johnson & Hayes in Fall 2016 prior to physical therapy school. Jess earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology from Samford University in May 2016, and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Alabama-Birmingham in December 2019. Jess was exposed to physical therapy at the age of 15 after a meniscal repair from a collision on the soccer field. During this time, Jess found her passion for fitness and wellness promotion with an emphasis on strength and conditioning that led her to pursue physical therapy. Jess also desired to work in the healthcare field where she could serve others with compassion because of her personal journey with hearing loss. Jess was inspired by the compassionate care from her speech therapists and audiologist that enabled her to live a successful life with cochlear implant technology. After Jess began her career as a PT, Jess realized her passion is to serve her community as a pelvic floor and women's health therapist. Jess works with a variety of orthopedic and pelvic dysfunction diagnoses, and educates her patients with the tools to live their best active lifestyles where her patients can have meaningful and pain-free relationships. In her free time, Jess enjoys cooking new recipes, exercising in her spin and barre classes, wake-surfing at the lake, advocating for children who use cochlear implant technology as a deaf blogger, and spending time with her husband Chris, family, and friends.
Allison Lindsey, from Memphis, TN, joined the Johnson & Hayes team in 2013, after working with them as a student in 2010. She was interested in returning to work at Johnson & Hayes because she realized everyone on the team was a great group of people who loved that they did, and that they were able to really make a difference in the lives of their clients. She knew this was the profession for her because she wanted to help improve other’s quality of life. Allison received her Bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. In her spare time, Allison loves good food, biking and helping educate people on ways to make their life better.
Emily grew up in Madison, AL and joined the Johnson & Hayes team in January 2021. She played tennis in high school and has always had an interest in learning how to help people continue to do the activities they love. She went to Auburn University for her Undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology. She then moved to Birmingham, Alabama and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The University of Alabama-Birmingham. Emily had a clinical rotation at J&H in Madison in the Summer of 2020 and enjoyed working with the staff and patients so much that she accepted a position to join the team as an orthopedic therapist. In her spare time she loves to tackle a new cooking/baking project, walk her rescue dog Harvey, upgrade her home coffee setup, and spend time with her friends and family.