YOUR Goal Is OUR Goal
Misty Pidgeon, PT, Founder / CEO
Misty 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.
Dr. Horgan joined North Carolina Center for Physical Therapy in 2012. She graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Dr. Horgan specializes in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation with a strong passion for working with athletes and is the Director of the Sports Medicine and Kid Sports PT. She is a skills coach for the Junior Hurricanes Girls Ice Hockey Program. While a student at Northeastern, she started the University Club Ice Hockey Team and led them to two National Championships. In her senior year she was awarded the National Tournament Most Valuable Player (MVP). She is a dual US/Canadian citizen. When not working, Chelsea enjoys playing sports including ice hockey, tennis, and soccer.
Katie Swore, PT, DPT
Dr. Swore graduated in 2012 from Idaho State University with a BS in Exercise Science. She then went on to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the same university. Katie has completed her clinical rotations in outpatient orthopedics and pediatrics. She continues to pursue further specializations, most recently she completed a course for evaluation and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. Dr Swore also manages the Women's Health program.
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
Jeff Pidgeon, Chief Financial Officer
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.
Barbara DeFlaviis, Patient Care Coordinator
Barbara DeFlaviis is our Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) who improves patient outcomes. The PCC ensures communication between our practice and the primary care doctor or provider who ordered physical therapy. To ensure we achieve “Your Goal Is Our Goal” the PCC communicates with our clients to see how they feel their therapy outcome is progressing, their suggestions for improving the clinic and followup after discharge.
Please feel free to talk with our Patient Care Coordinator if you have problems/suggestions for improvement in our practice. We want to make it better so we want to hear your ideas.
Kathy Reynolds, Patient Services Administrator (Office Manager / Care Manager)
Kathy 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), ensure you get appointments that work for you and that you get treated at your scheduled appointment time (your time is important too).
While we have been told we provide some of the best physical therapy in the triangle, we realize you can get physical therapy in many places, so we have Kathy to ensure your ENTIRE experience is headache free. Physical Therapy at 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 quick as possible – without creating headaches. Kathy is better than Tylenol, she will keep the headache from every appearing.