Roswell Clinic




Meet Our Staff

  • Taylor Rossi, PT, DPT

    Doctor of Physical Therapy

    Taylor grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Southern California to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Chapman University. There she met her husband, Sean Boulanger, also a physical therapist who works at our East Cobb clinic. Taylor's love and appreciation for performing arts comes from her vast background where she spent over 13 years competing nationally and internationally as a figure roller skater. She is passionate about facilitating others, especially performers, dancers, and athletes, in restoring healthy pain-free movement so they can continue to create amazing art forms with their bodies. Her treatment approach aims to find the source behind your pain rather than chasing symptoms. In her own time, she enjoys hiking, yoga, resistance training, trail running, watching movies, collecting vinyl records, and exploring new areas. 

    Chapman University (DPT), Saint Mary's College of California (B.S. Health Science)
    Certified Dry Needle specialist, Blood Flow Restriction rehabilitation specialist.
  • Chris Ross, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC

    Doctor of Physical Therapy, Clinic Manager

    Chris entered the field of physical therapy because it combines customer service, human anatomy and sports, all into one. He also enjoys that physical therapy allows him to spend more direct, one-on-one time with his patients. Growing up, Chris played soccer with NASA for 12 years. While playing soccer, he sustained several lower extremity injuries and a concussion. This has allowed him to relate directly to patients who have a sports-related injuries and who desire to return to play. In his spare time, he enjoys playing video games, weight lifting and fishing.  

    Doctor of Physical Therapy from Armstrong State University, Exercise and Sport Science Athletic Training from the University of Georgia
    Certified Athletic Trainer, Dry Needle Certified
  • Colin McCaulley


    Colin is a Roswell, Georgia native who graduated from Georgia College with a degree in Exercise Science. He was the founder of the Georgia College Club Baseball team and played football in highschool, with 2 meniscus tears in his left knee, Colin has experience with the road to recovery. In his free time you can find Colin hanging out with his friends and listening to music. Colin has a desire to help people and is pursuing his DPT to further his experience!

    Bachelors in Exercise Science from Georgia College
  • Lindsay Barfield

    Front Desk Coordinator

    Lindsay has been in Georgia for twenty years. Lindsay’s desire to be in a profession that brings positivity in her life and her firm belief in natural medicine is what drew her to Neurosport Physical Therapy. When she was 17, Lindsay went to physical therapy for balance and proprioceptor training. In her spare time, she enjoys writing and spending time with family and weekend trips with her fiancee, Zach.