Sutton Musgraves

Speech-Language Pathologist

I was born and raised in Van Buren, AR. After high school, I started college at the University of Arkansas, joined the Honors College, and completed research throughout my undergraduate career. In 2022, I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arkansas with a bachelors of science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. Upon graduation, I began my masters program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. At this time I participated in rich clinical placements from preschools to private practices and in-patient rehabilitation hospitals. I also enjoyed being a graduate assistant and teaching for University Perspectives during this time. I received my masters degree in May of 2024. I then moved back to the River Valley after completing school because of the simplicity of Fort Smith, the feeling of home, and to be close to my family.

My rich clinical experiences and trainings in graduate school provided me the foundation and experience to be a speech-language pathologist for Therapists in Motion. My interest and time in both pediatric and adult populations has now enabled me to practice in both areas. I have many goals and interest within the realm of speech-language pathology, specifically feeding and swallowing. This position will allow me to further serve my patients in areas I am highly interested in.

Core Values
Responsibility, adaptability, and ambition drive my life. Some of these values have been instilled in me throughout my life but for several years, I have noticed them as skills that I exhibit every day. These values help me to be the speech pathologist I want to be by being responsible for the needs and desires of patients, being able to adapt to situations in order to receive best outcomes with my ambition driving me to further my expertise to better serve the populations that I work with

“Be willing to be uncomfortable. Be comfortable being uncomfortable. It may get tough, but it’s a small price to pay for living a dream.”
-Peter McWilliams

I am a speech-language pathologist working with both pediatrics and adults. I work with patients at their home and the clinic. I plan to eventually specialize in feeding and swallowing in adults and pediatrics but I also enjoy helping with pediatric and adult dysphagia, stroke, language developmental delays, dysphonia, Parkinson’s I look forward to being certified in FEES and Ampcare after mt CFY.

I love working for Therapists in Motion because they provide opportunities for you to grow as a therapists so you can provide your patients with the best care. I admire the involvement in the community, the immense care each therapists exhibits for their patients, and the vast amount of services they offer.

What is Sutton Reading, Watching, or Listening to?

  • Tessa Bailey Books
  • Friday Night Lights
  • Baking Shows

Outside of work, I enjoy reading, going to pilates, using my cricut to make shirts and bags, spending time with my husband and family, going to coffee shops, and baking.


I fell and broke my patella. As soon as medically possible I called Therapy in Motion to have a visit with an OT and PT. Best decision ever. They scheduled times quickly and both were a wealth of knowledge and experience which will cut my recovery time and get me back to normal life as soon as possible! Thank you!


I can’t say enough wonderful things! My husband was in a horrific motorcycle accident on May 28, 2022. We were told he may not survive and if by some miracle he did, walking may never be a reality for him again. After 6 weeks in rehab he came home, in a neck brace, body brace, cast on his leg and… a wheelchair. We truly thought this was our new normal. Then Therapists in Motion showed up. Today is September 15, 2022. Today he is out of the neck brace, body brace, and in a walking boot. He can shower himself, he is driving in small trips, and most importantly, he is walking and no longer needs the wheelchair! The two angels, Jennifer and Susan, were absolutely wonderful. They were patient, they were stern, they were his rocks. I honestly don’t think he would have pulled himself out of the dark place he was in and literally found not only his feet, but his pride again without them. We owe them and the wonderful people with Therapists in Motion more than we will ever be able to pay them. Thank you is simply not enough.


My husband had a medical emergency that put him on a ventilator for a week; he also had many other issues that made him weak and unable to do much of anything. He also had major issues with his throat due to being on the vent. The ladies who did our home health for his recovery have been EXCELLENT. Dani (speech therapist), Jen (OT), and Cortney (PT) have been a joy to have in our home for their therapies. It’s so nice not to have to go somewhere when my husband has multiple doctor’s appointments a week. They are doing a great job with his recovery. Thank you Therapists in Motion!