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Mackenzie earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Wingate University and her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Appalachian State University. As a student athletic trainer, Mackenzie worked with several different varsity teams including field hockey, volleyball, cross country and football. She found her path to physical therapy through Misty Meadows Mitey Riders, a program for therapeutic horseback riding lessons for special needs children.
Mackenzie is an avid equestrian and continues to compete as a hunter jumper with her horse, Crew. She enjoys her free time working at the barn with Crew, relaxing with family and, friends and pulling for her Appalachian State Mountaineers!
She has been with the Compleat team since July, 2019.
Training: BS in Athletic Training, Appalachian State University; Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Wingate University
Mathew Ashe earned his Doctors in Physical Therapy from Wingate University in 2018. As a staff physical therapist in our South Gastonia clinic, Mathew treats a wide range of patients with an array of conditions from low back pain to sports injuries. He utilizes a whole body approach while incorporating evidence-based research into each treatment session.
For Mathew, the most rewarding part of being a physical therapist is seeing his patients successfully return to their prior level of function.
When he’s not at the clinic helping his patients get better, he enjoys watching and playing hockey and spending time outside with his dog.
Training: Bachelor of Science in Biology, SUNY Oneonta, 2015; Doctor of Physical Therapy, Wingate University, 2018.
Kayla discovered her passion for physical therapy while getting her BS in Health and Exercise Science from Lenoir Rhyne University, where she played collegiate volleyball. She went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Wingate University in 2018. As a physical therapist, she treats a wide range of orthopedic conditions. She uses an individualized treatment approach for each patient, which includes a variety of manual techniques and functional movement training to help decrease pain and improve overall quality of life.
The most rewarding part of Kayla’s job as a PT is being able to motivate, coach, teach, encourage, and support people while helping them become a better version of themselves. Being able to see smiles on her patient’s faces when they are finally pain free or have accomplished their goals is the reason she does what she does!
In her free time, Kayla enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling with her husband Jacob, and playing and coaching volleyball.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science from Lenoir Rhyne University, 2014; Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Wingate University, 2018.
Tyler Kinch earned his BS in Athletic Training from Grand Valley State University in 2014, before going on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Toledo in 2018.
As a physical therapist with an athletic training background, Tyler has experience with both geriatric and athletic populations. Regardless of whether it’s a balance issue or a sports injury, he uses a whole-body approach to find patterns that cause the underlying issues, then implementing exercise and manual approaches to eliminate the cause and achieve the patient’s recovery goals.
With every patient, Tyler’s main goal is to help educate the patient on how best to manage their pain and find patterns in their daily lives that limit their functional independence. He enjoys seeing people succeed at life goals they create for themselves, and loves to teach people about the human body so they can better understand how to care for their overall health.
In his free time, Tyler enjoys anything outdoors whether that be hiking, hunting, camping, or trying new breweries with his wife and dog. He also loves to rock climb, slackline, and is currently trying to figure out how to play golf. One day, he hopes to work with Paralympic and Special Olympic athletes to help them achieve their goals so they can inspire those around them.
Training: BS Athletic Training, Grand Valley State University, 2014; Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Toledo, 2018
Certifications: ATC (Athletic Trainer Certified)
Julie specializes in the treatment of conditions affecting the hands and upper extremity, including overuse, trauma, and disease. She also has a passion for lymphedema management through Complete Decongestive Therapy. She uses evidence-based treatment and a client-centered approach to improve her patients’ function and quality of life. Julie has been with the Compleat Team since 2017.
Training: Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh
Certifications: Lymphedema Therapy
Kristin earned her Bachelors in Health Fitness from Central Michigan and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Midwestern University. In addition to her physical therapy degree, Kristin is certified in LVST BIG and specializes in Vestibular Disorders.
As a staff physical therapist in our Mint Hill clinic, she works primarily with orthopedic patients, but she is also experienced with sports injuries, vestibular issues, and Parkinson’s patients. Before starting at Compleat Rehab, she worked in hospital and travel settings, providing expert care to orthopedic patients as well as some cardiovascular, neurology, and ICU patients.
Kristin prides herself on providing patient-driven care with integrity and honesty. The most rewarding part of being a PT is watching her patients make functional gains and complete their goals.
In her free time, Kristin enjoys swimming, trying new restaurants and bars, and exploring all that her new city, Charlotte, has to offer.
Training: Bachelor in Health Fitness, Central Michigan; Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Midwestern University
Jordan graduated from Hope College in Holland, MI, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science, and went on to receive his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2018. Jordan grew up in Grand Haven, Michigan, and lived there until he went to FGCU in Southwest Florida for graduate school. Jordan’s interest in becoming a PT was sparked as a young athlete, as he was led through rehab by a knowledgable and compassionate PT after multiple knee injuries. He especially enjoys treating musculoskeletal disorders, utilizing a variety of manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to help patients move and feel better. When not treating patients, he enjoys hiking and spending time with his wife and dog. Jordan has been with the Compleat team since 2018.
Training: BA in Exercise Science from Hope College; Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Florida Gulf Coast University, 2018.
Alex specializes in the treatment of orthopedic and neurological conditions, including sports and work injuries. He puts a strong focus on patient education and evidence-based treatment in order to improve long-term outcomes. His treatment approach includes manual therapy and functional training. Work in ergonomics and a passion for cycling eventually combined to get a certification in Bike Fitting. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, cycling of all kinds, and photography.
Ryan specializes in the treatment of Orthopedic and Sports related conditions, but is also well trained in treating vestibular disorders as well as TMJ dysfunction. As a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and USA Powerlifting, Ryan seeks to blend the worlds of physical therapy and strength and conditioning together, combining a science based approach with individualized treatments catered to each patient. Ryan joined the Compleat Team in 2017.
Training: Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Certifications: Dry-needling. Red Cross Emergency Medical Responder
Cam is skilled in a number of massage techniques and has a firm grasp on how manual soft-tissue intervention assists the healing process in a rehab setting. Her areas of expertise are in deep-tissue massage, trigger-point release, and sports massage. Cam has been with the Compleat Team since 2011.
Training: Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist from Spartanburg Community College, 2011
David specializes in the treatment of orthopedic conditions, including a sub-specialization of sports injury rehabilitation and prevention. His treatment approach incorporates a number of manual therapy techniques, movement and functional skill training, and education. David focuses on correcting abnormal movement patterns, muscular imbalances, and weakness, to treat pain disorders and functional loss throughout the musculoskeletal system. David has been with the Compleat Team since 2013.
Training: Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland in 2010
Certifications: Dry Needling, STOTT Pilates Instructor
Ariana Legatie graduated from Virginia Tech in 2009 with a BS in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise and later received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marymount University in Arlington, VA in 2013. Since then, Ariana has worked in two different outpatient orthopedics clinics in Washington, DC treating a variety of musculoskeletal dysfunctions. She has specialized in and developed a program for Women’s Health/Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and has experience with hypermobile patients, including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Her treatment approach consists of various manual techniques as well as emphasis on core stabilization in order to improve her patients’ mobility, function, and quality of life. Ariana recently moved to the Charlotte area and started working with Compleat Rehab and Sports Therapy in Mint Hill, NC. She has been with the Compleat Team since 2017.
Training: Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marymount University, Arlington, VA
Certifications: Women’s Health/ Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
Dr. Stephanie Woodworth was born and raised in the sunshine state, in Clearwater, Florida. She received her Bachelor of Psychology from the University of Florida, and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Her physical therapy career has included work in multiple fields, including outpatient rehabilitation, acute hospital based therapy, skilled rehabilitation facilities, and assisted living facilities. Her ultimate goal with any patient is returning them to what is important to them, whether that means getting an athlete back in the game, returning a worker to their job, or facilitating a patient’s ability to simply walk around the grocery store. She hopes to inspire her patients to make healthy changes and continue moving towards their goals even after their treatment ends. She has been with the Compleat team since 2016.
Training: Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
Certifications: CSCS, CCI, NSCA
Beenal is a board certified – Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) with master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis. Additionally, she graduated with a Transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at the Evidence in Motion Institute. Beenal has extensive experience in treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions including sports related injuries. She uses an evidence based treatment approach to help her patients meet their functional goals.
Outside of work, Beenal enjoys traveling and hiking. Beenal worked in New York city before she relocated to Charlotte and has been with the Compleat Rehab team since 2017.
Training: Post-professional Doctor of Physical Therapy from Evidence in Motion Institute, Masters in Physical Therapy from University of Indianapolis
Certifications: Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical specialist (OCS) by the American Physical Therapy Association
Originally from Upstate New York, Matthew has spent the past 17 years treating a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions in South Florida. While in Florida, Matthew treated many high school, college, and professional athletes from a wide variety of sports. At the request of two World Golf Hall of Fame members, Matthew was invited to work for Team USA during three international Solheim Cup Tournaments. His knowledge of biomechanics has allowed him to treat professional runners, throwers, golfers, tennis players, and martial artists. Matthew uses a comprehensive approach to restore patient’s function. Through manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and patient education, Matthew can get his patients back to doing the things they love. Matthew has been with Compleat Rehab since 2017.
Training: Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Florida International University, Miami FL 2005.
Certifications: Dry Needling, Graston Technique
Lauren Horan graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Since graduation, she treated in an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Washington, D.C. where she specialized in the treatment of orthopedic conditions, including a sub-specialization of sports injury rehabilitation and prevention. Her treatment approach incorporates a number of manual therapy techniques, movement and functional skill training, and education in order to restore functional mobility. During this time she was also the clinic director for the clinic and managed a team of 6 physical therapists and front office staff. She recently relocated to the Charlotte area to further pursue her career in outpatient orthopedics with Compleat Rehab and Sports Therapy. She has been with the Compleat Team since 2016.
Training: Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Florida International University, Miami FL 2005.
Certifications: Dry Needling, Graston Technique
Rebecca is a skilled physical therapist with interest in treating various orthopedic and neurological conditions. She especially enjoys sports injury prevention and rehabilitation. When not treating patient’s she enjoys staying active with running and spending time with her family. Rebecca has been with the Compleat team since 2017.
Training: Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Elon University, 2016
Dr. Shadia Natour earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Florida International University in 2013. After graduating, she worked as a clinic lead for Saylor PT in an outpatient sports clinic for four years before coming to Compleat as the clinic lead at our Harrisburg clinic.
Shadia’s number one goal is to get every patient back to 100% or maximum possible function. Her strategy first addresses her patient’s pain or dysfunction using dry needling, manual therapy and cupping to help relieve pain / stiffness and improve ROM / tissue flexibility. Then, she will begin to incorporate strength and stabilization drills to achieve long-term results.
She loves watching her patients achieve getting back to a pain free, happy and active life! Seeing her patients succeed in physical therapy and gain their confidence back empowers her to make a difference. From professional athletes to the average person, everyone deserves to feel good, move well and be strong – and she wants to provide that for her patients.
In her free time, Shadia enjoys weight lifting, Crossfit, paddle boarding, hiking, and being outdoors and traveling the world as much as possible. Whether in PT practice or personal life, she is committed to expanding her knowledge base and never stop learning.
Training: BS Health and Fitness from East Carolina University, 2008. Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Florida International University, 2013.
Britt Tinch graduated from University of Maryland, College Park in 2009 with a BS in Kinesiology and a Minor in Public Health and then went on to receive for Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Columbia University in New York, NY in 2012. Since then, Britt has worked in two different hospitals in New York, NY, treating a variety of patients with neurological, orthopedic and cardiopulmonary diagnoses. She has gained experience in the development of treatment for a variety of post-op orthopedic spine and joint surgeries and neurological diagnoses such as Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Spinal Cord and balance disorders. Her treatment approach consists of various manual techniques, neurodevelopmental techniques, tailored strengthening exercises and core stabilization to improve her patients’ mobility, function and quality of life. She has been with the Compleat team since February 2018.
Training: BS in Kinesiology from University of Maryland, College Park, 2009; Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Columbia University in NY, 2012.
Michelle graduated from Florida State University with a BS in Exercise Science, and went on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Florida International University in 2016. Prior to joining Compleat Rehab, she gained experience in out patient and acute care settings, specializing in post op orthopedic, cardiovascular, and neurological diagnoses. She specifically enjoys the treatment of patients with musculoskeletal disorders and utilizes various manual therapy techniques in the treatment of this patient population. Her approach often utilizes joint mobilization techniques combined with therapeutic exercise, core stabilization, and proprioceptive techniques to restore function and quality of life. She enjoys hiking, yoga, and spending time with her Labradoodle. She has been with Compleat since November 2017.
Training: BS in Exercise Science from Florida State University; Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Florida International University, 2016.
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Mark leads our clinical team with a strong clinical skill set and a firm grasp of how to develop a robust clinical practice. He is skilled in the treatment of a wide variety of conditions, but has a focused interest in the treatment of headaches, the spine, and shoulder conditions. Mark has been with the Compleat Team since 2012.
Training: Masters degree in Rehabilitation Science from Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC in 2003.
Certifications: Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Dry Needling, Titleist Performance Institute, Graston Technique.
My therapist explained why we were doing different exercises and the benefits. Always friendly, the whole staff here is friendly. Our experience here has been great and a blessing.
Lauren and Danielle are amazing! I was recommended by my husband to this office and I am so glad that I decided to go! Lauren suggested dry needling which has controlled my headaches almost 100%. I cant say enough about how great this office and staff is.
Just got done with physical therapy. My therapist helped align my hips and did “cupping” and “dry needling” and I feel amazing!! Anyone in my area looking for a physical therapist go to Compleat Rehab!!! Staff is awesome!
I came in here to Compleat Rehab because I needed help moving my right shoulder. I had Rhianna – she is awesome! She did get me to where I could use my arm better. The rest of the staff is an amazing group, always smiling. I would recommend anyone to come here. I had a lot of doubt coming in, but after it was done, I was very happy with the service I received.
After surgery, I needed rehab and I requested Compleat Rehab. I had a great experience before and I wanted it again. The staff is terrific. They are friendly, helpful, and extremely professional. Therapy isn’t always fun, but it truly improves your range and ability to do all you need to do.
I was always told rotator cuff/shoulder surgery was “one of the worst!” and therapy would be hard. I found that to be true and false. Yes, the surgery and the first week or two was hard, but after I started therapy, things started looking up. The therapists at Compleat Rehab “worked” me just hard enough to get the job done, but not so hard that I was in a lot of pain. They were always fun (yet professional) and it was always PATIENT FIRST. Thank you for your help in getting me back to playing golf one month earlier than expected.
The entire staff here at Compleat Rehab are dedicated to their job and to each patient. I recommend them to anyone who wants to get well!
In a matter of eight weeks, I went from crutches to a cane to walking normally. Stephanie was simply amazing! I would refer her and the entire staff to anyone that may need physical therapy.
I want to say that Compleat Rehab on Union Road has been a big part of my recovery from an auto accident on January 29, 2018. I was sent there for therapy for my neck and back pain. Rhianna worked with me and made it possible to have less pain to make improvements to my body and get my life back to normal, I would highly recommend her to anyone that needs recovery from things life hands our bodies. You would be in good hands.
I did my therapy here at Compleat Rehab and were very attentive. They treated me well. I had a very good experience.
I came to Compleat Rehab one for my leg amupation and again for my shoulder replacement surgery. I worked with Rhianna, she was wonderful and knowledgeable. She was very attentive. I would definitely recommend this office to anyone and wouldn’t go anywhere else. Physical therapy works!
We have physical and occupational therapists who treat via therapeutic exercise, joint mobilization/manipulation, pain-relieving modalities, and soft-tissue massage/mobilization. We also offer a number of specialized treatments, including but not limited to: dry needling, balance/ coordination/ gait training, aquatic-based therapy, techniques to reduce lymphatic swelling, functional skill training, injury treatment and prevention training, and treatment with adaptive or assistive equipment. For work injury cases, we offer Functioning Work Capacity (FCE) assessments, progressive work tolerance conditioning, work injury prevention training, as well as after-therapy wellness.
All of our clinics have highly trained, licensed PTs who practice the core tenets of physical therapy. However, our therapists have a wide range of experiences in different specialties, so some of our clinics offer treatments that others don’t, such as aquatic therapy and treatment for lymphedema. Go to our Locations section and select a clinic to see which services are offered at that location.
In the United States, you do not need a physician’s referral to see a physical therapist for an initial consultation. However, some provisions apply based on the state in which the physical therapist operates:
North Carolina: Manipulation of the spine must be prescribed by a physician. Physical therapists cannot give medical diagnoses, and physical therapists are lawfully required to refer a patient to a licensed physician if the patient’s condition is outside their scope of practice.
South Carolina: Physical therapists may evaluate and treat patients without a referral up to 30 days after initial consultation, after which they must refer patients to a licensed physician. Physical therapists are lawfully required to refer a patient to a licensed physician if the patient’s condition is outside their scope of practice.
Physical therapy is covered by most health insurance plans. Many plans do require a physician’s referral before offering coverage, and we can help work with your insurance company and physician to get a referral for our services. Compleat Rehab & Sports Therapy accepts most major insurances. For a complete list, see the Accepted Providers in the Insurance/Payment section
Because of the variety of services / treatment plans available, it’s difficult to estimate physical therapy costs for an individual before evaluation. We will work with you to find treatment plans and payment options that fit your needs. See our Insurance/Payment tab for more information about insurance and payment options.
If you do not have a health insurance policy that covers physical therapy, or would prefer to pay out of pocket, we have competitive private pay rates available:
Initial Evaluation: $90
Non-Bundled Visit: $70
3-Visit Bundle: $195 ($65/visit)
6-Visit Bundle: $360 ($60/visit)
12-Visit Bundle: $600 ($50/visit)
We recommend you come 30 minutes early to the first appointment to allow time to fill out the necessary forms like medical history, insurance, and consent to treatment. Your therapist will conduct a full evaluation and work with you to develop a treatment plan.
Wear clothes that are comfortable to you, preferably loose-fitting. Remember to bring footwear appropriate for exercise and activity.
Bring your photo ID, insurance card, and cash, check, or credit card to make appropriate insurance co-payments. If you were given a physician’s referral for therapy but were not referred to us directly, bring your prescription / referral slip
if you are not able to attend a scheduled visit, please call the clinic 24 hours in advance, or as soon as possible. Failure to cancel an appointment will result in a $25.00 no-show fee.
Severe weather conditions may cause our clinics to operate on delayed opening / early closing schedules or to fully close for the day. Delayed openings or closure due to weather will be posted on our website no later than 7:30 am each business day. If the clinic closes early, our Scheduling Desk team will contact patients whose same-day appointments are impacted by the clinic closure.
Compleat Rehab accepts most major insurances. Check the box to the right to see if your insurance provider is accepted by Compleat Rehab.
Come prepared to meet your insurance deductible and co-payment each appointment. Co-pays and deductibles will be collected prior to services being rendered. The amount of your co-pay is set by your insurance company. By law, we may not waive collection of co-payment, but are allowed to defer payment for a “reasonable” duration. If you are not able to make your co-payment at the time of service, ask our Front Desk Patient Advocates about deferred payment options through one of our financial programs.
We understand that the cost of health care can put a strain on our patient’s finances. We are willing to work with you to set up a payment plan that works within your budget. Compleat Rehab offers healthcare financing plans through Care Credit and United Medical Credit.
By law, Compleat Rehab & Sports Therapy may only see patients covered by Medicaid as their primary insurance that are under 21 years of age in North Carolina, or under 18 years of age in South Carolina. Patients that have a different primary insurance, but have Medicaid as their secondary insurance are not restricted by this law and may receive services at any of our locations.
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