Bowling Green

Our Bowling Green clinic was started by Suzanne Leach and her desire to bring our patient-centered one-on-one care to the Bowling Green area. Suzanne fits right in with the active community and wants to help everyone continue doing what they love to do.

Address: 1249 US 31-W Bypass, Bowling Green, KY
Phone: (270)-807-8275
Fax: (270)-807-8274
Hours:8:00am – 5:30pm Monday
7:00am – 5:30pm Tuesday
8:00am – 5:30pm Wednesday
7:00am – 5:30pm Thursday
7:30am – 12:00pm Friday

Our Bowling Green Team

Korina Murillo

Patient Service Specialist

Suzanne Leach

DPT, OCS- Physical Therapist, Teaching Faculty

Emily Armstrong

DPT - Physical Therapist

Korina was born and raised in Bowling Green, Ky & graduated from Warren Central High School. She is the third youngest of seven siblings and she has a German Shepard named Leo.
She loves a good book, spending time with her family, and going on walks. You may see her around town at El Maz, Spencer’s Coffee, or Chic Fil A.

Suzanne is originally from Greenville, Kentucky but has spent the last several years calling Owensboro home. Suzanne completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Kentucky, where she competed as a track and cross-country athlete for four years. She completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Evansville in 2019 and is currently serving as an Orthopaedic Resident at RPI.

Suzanne is certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Systems, and Y-Balance Testing. Suzanne believes in a holistic approach to care and that people are at their best when they are moving and doing the things they love. Suzanne enjoys using her background as a collegiate runner to help others.

For the last several years she has served as a high school cross country coach, which is how she met her husband, Jordan, a teacher and coach at Daviess County High School. They enjoy traveling and spending time outdoors with their dog, Raylan. In her spare time, Suzanne enjoys staying active through running, cycling, snowboarding, spending time with her family and friends, and following University of Kentucky athletics.

Emily Armstrong completed both her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Evansville. Emily grew up in central Illinois where she started dancing at a young age. She was able to combine her passion for dance and performance arts with physical therapy during her final clinical experience at NEURO TOUR London where she provided physical therapy for the West End performers, including the cast of Wicked, Mamma Mia, Bake-Off the Musical, and more. 

Emily is excited to join the Bowling Green community and begin her career at RPI. Through clinical experience, Emily has witnessed physical therapy improve the quality of life of her patients. She wants to enable her patients to get back to the hobbies that make them happy, work without pain, and overall improve their quality of life. She takes a whole-body approach to treatment, in which she assesses the major joints of the body to get down to the root of the pain or injury. Emily is certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment and completed a Dance Medicine Mentorship program with OnPointe Elite.  

Along with treating patients, she is eager to start a beginner ballet class for adults over 50 at a local gym. When she isn’t working you can find her knitting, reading, baking, working on a puzzle, taking barre or yoga classes, rewatching Friends, or facetiming her nieces.

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