Tim Marlow, Physical Therapist
William Timothy (Tim) Marlow is a licensed physical therapist with 27 years of clinical and patient-care experience. He currently serves as the Director of Rehabilitation Services for SpineCenterAtlanta’s physical therapy division, as well as the Chief Operating Officer for SpineCenterAtlanta and Affiliated Companies. Mr. Marlow further serves as the Chief Executive Officer of MedStaff Solutions, Inc., a company which specializes in temporary medical staffing. Mr. Marlow holds a Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in Exercise Science from the University of Georgia. He is a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Physical Therapy program at the Medical College of Georgia, Mr. Marlow served a two year term as President of his Physical Therapy Class. He is a member of Alpha Eta Honor Society.
His professional experiences are numerous, which include orthopaedics, sports medicine, sacro-iliac dysfunction, spine care, aquatic rehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation. Mr. Marlow is an operations specialist and enjoys working for and consulting with physical therapy practices on improving the efficiency of their organizations. Mr. Marlow has served two terms as the Treasurer for the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia, where he also served as a national delegate and as a member of the organization’s Board of Directors.
Mr. Marlow’s history of community involvement is extensive, including service to Rotary International as a club treasurer, club president, club board member, Paul Harris Fellow, Will Watt Fellow and Major Donor. He has donated his time and talent as Board President and PTO President for St. George’s Episcopal School. He has provided service to the Salvation Army and National Arthritis Foundation. Mr. Marlow has coached youth soccer and baseball and has provided leadership as a member of his local church board and the board of a community bank.
An avid sports enthusiast, Mr. Marlow enjoys biking, hiking and snow skiing. A native of Gainesville, Georgia, he enjoys the mountains as well as the beach. He reads fiction for relaxation and enjoys attending University of Georgia sporting events.
Mr. Marlow resides in Fayetteville, Georgia, with his wife, Tina, and their blended family of six children: John, Burns, Will and Matt Marlow and Hannah and Avery Staples.