"The role of the therapist is to restore and elevate the patient to their highest level of functioning. Sometimes that means showing them a level of fitness and connectivity unimagined. " 


Dr. Taylor Pope, DPT, FDNP, Owner    

 

Dr. Taylor Pope has been a practicing outpatient physical therapist since 2010 upon graduating from UNC Chapel Hill with his Doctor of Physical Therapy. He specializes in orthopedic and sports injuries in addition to helping non-acute patients identify latent dysfunction. He is a certified Functional Dry Needling Practitioner and is Titleist Performance Institute Certified. 


Dr. Matt Hartshorne, DPT

 

Dr. Matt Hartshorne has been a practicing outpatient physical therapist since 2013 upon graduating from Duke University with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.  Matt is a certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  Matt's main areas of expertise and interest are on knee and shoulder conditions as well as sports injuries, but he has 5 years of experience as a physical therapist treating general orthopedic conditions.  In addition, he works with the military on injury prevention program, works as a Teaching Assistant in several local physical therapy programs, and has been a consultant for MLB organizations on injury prevention programs. Matt is passionate about helping patients reduce their pain, improve their function, and reduce their risk for reinjury.


How We Help You

We seek to optimize your kinetic chain through premium hands-on physical therapy and performance enhancement techniques. This means linking pathways through your body to promote efficient, coordinated, powerful movements. We accomplish this by evaluating each part of the body, head to big toe, to identify areas of dysfunction. Restrictions to joint mobility, muscle weakness, faulty sequencing and activation patterns may start out as small unnoticed problems, but lead to compensations, new muscle memory and decreased performance far away from their origin. Together we can uncover these dysfunctions, correct them and increase your performance and feelings of wellness. 





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