WHY NC CENTER FOR PT?

  • Direct access - we can see you without a referral from your doctor
  • Our PT's have treated over 5000 people
  • We listen.
  • We can coordinate with your physician, coach or personal trainer.

OUR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS

Misty Pidgeon, PT, Founder / CEO

MistyMar2018Misty graduated from the University of Vermont in May 1991. Her first job was at Duke Medical Center acute care. Over 25 years later she has worked for Treyburn Rehab, Durham Regional Home Health, Carolina Meadows and now NC Center for PT. While working for other facilities, Misty saw the emphasis change to QUANTITY over QUALITY of care and decided she could run a successful practice on her own with a focus on QUALITY of care.

 

Michelle Fadool, DPT

MichelleFadoolFeb2019wDr. Fadool earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Elon University. Her hands-on treatment approach focuses on delivering high quality care that is individualized, comprehensive, and directed toward patients’ goals. She enjoys working with older adults to optimize their quality of life through balance training, fall risk reduction, and treating dizziness and vertigo. Michelle's’s personal athletic experience has also fed her passionate interest in injury prevention and return to sport rehabilitation. She is certified in the Functional Movement Screen™, Level 1, a unique tool that provides assessment of an athlete’s injury risk. At Triangle Volleyball Club, Dr. Fadool currently serves as an Injury Prevention Coordinator and has over 5 years’ experience coaching junior girls’ national travel teams.

 

Kate Palmer, PT, DPT

KatePalmerMay2018respDr. Palmer graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2014 with a BA in Spanish before going on to the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018. She became a PT because of her positive experience with physical therapy as a ballet dancer. Kate is motivated to help patients achieve their individual goals and is excited to start her career at the NC Center for Physical Therapy.

OUR QUALIFICATIONS

The experience the staff of NC Center For Physical Therapy has gained in the last 27 years combined with the staff attending professional seminars means we stay on the forefront of the physical therapy profession.

We operate with a team concept under the leadership of this staff. We welcome Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students, undergrad students, volunteers and others who are considering physical therapy as a profession. Join OurTeam

OUR PATIENT GOAL SUPPORT STAFF

Jeff Pidgeon, Chief Financial Officer

JeffMar2018 

Jeff Pidgeon is the CFO/COO and is responsible for managing the clinic’s patient services, financial and business affairs, strategic planning, human resources, building operations, information systems and security.

 

 

Kathy Reynolds, Patient Services Administrator (Office Manager / Care Manager)

KathyMar2018Kathy Reynolds is more than just our Office Manager, she is your overall Care Manager. She will often be the first person you talk to and see – so she’ll answer most of your questions. She’ll find out what your insurance covers (and let you know) and ensure you get appointments that work for you. NC Center For PT is more than just treating muscles, ligaments and tendons; it’s about treating you as a person and getting you back up and running as quickly as possible – and thanks to Kathy, without creating headaches.

Jennifer Wood, Rehab Aide

JenMar2018Jennifer Wood is one of our Rehab Aides who help in patient care as well as administration. A graduate of Georgia College in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, she completed her 400 hour internship at NC Center for Physical Therapy and was subsequently hired. The internship allowed her to further expand and apply her physical therapy knowledge as well as clinical operations and administration. Jennifer is often the person who greets you at the door or on the phone, and is always a person that is ready to help. Jennifer is currently taking classes to gain acceptance into a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program.

 

 

 

Mary Corcoran, Rehab Aide

MaryCorcoranMary recently graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor's degree in Exercise and Sport Science and Psychology and a minor in Music. She started at NC Center for Physical Therapy earlier this year as an intern, and was later hired as a Rehab Aide. She is excited to gain experience in a physical therapy clinic before attending graduate school. Now that she has her undergraduate degree behind her, she is looking forward attending PT school and earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT).