From CrossFit to tennis to triathlons, although the sport of choice may vary, the frustration and agony of limited mobility, injury, and pain are the same. As athletes ourselves, we understand and are committed to getting you back to your peak performance as soon and as safely as possible. Using cutting-edge therapy, collaboration with local gyms/boxes, and individualized plans, we work towards stronger more resilient bodies.
Kids today train hard. There's no doubt that the physical demands put on youth athletes today is rigorous. And as youth athletes go through their athletic development, they need a coach and medical practioner that understands what they are going through. They need someone who understands how to reduce the risk of injury and start building resilience and strength so they can perform at their best and recover like a professional athletes.
You may not necessarily identify with being an athlete per say, but you are active! At least you were before limited mobility or injury slowed you down. Whether it’s taking the dogs for their evening walk, keeping up with kiddos, going to the gym, or getting in a round of golf on the weekends, you deserve to do them pain-free. You were made to move, and we are here to help you get back to that active lifestyle you love.
M2M Founder, Physical Therapist
I was lucky from an early age that I knew I wanted to be a physical therapist. I had a special needs little sister who impacted my life profoundly – she showed me the power of physical rehabilitation not only for her, but those around her.
This desire only grew stronger as I battled multiple knee injuries playing soccer in high school and college. I had a unique upbringing. My parents are both Swiss born and moved to the US seeking new opportunity. I was actually born right here in Charleston. Yes I am a local…there are not many of us left!
I’ve lived in the Lowcountry my whole life attending both college of Charleston and MUSC for grad school. My entire career is built upon educating my patients on how amazing the body can be by giving them the tools to rehabilitate from injury and perform at their highest level.
My speciality in physical therapy is peeling away the layers of a physical injury or problem and getting to the root cause, which is not always what you think. I have a knack for finding the the perfect exercise to match the perfect patient. So when you see me, GET READY TO MOVE!
We are told too often by medical practitioners of our limitations and the things we can’t do. I’m on a mission to change that with a phenomenal team behind me. You’re here because you want something different, and you’ve found it.
This is the exact reason I started Made 2 Move. I aim to create a place where patients can feel better, get stronger, and DO MORE! Want to lift some barbells? I can help you do that. Want to run an ultra-marathon? I can help you do that. Want to play with your grandkids? I can help you do that.
My goal for you is to be completely free of any physical limitations. I NEVER want you to hear you say no…No, I can’t climb that hill. No I can’t go for a run. No I can’t lift that weight…
Yes, you can. And I will help you do it.
The world of pills, arbitrary surgeries, useless cortisone shots is over! Welcome to Made 2 Move!
Education & Credentials
PT, MHS, CMP, CWC, CF-L1
Director of Operations, PTA, Strength Specialist
Originally from Havre, MT, Dane first came to Charleston by way of the Air Force in 2002. Although he loved the Lowcountry life, his military service took him overseas to Germany and Hungary before bringing him back to the holy city with his beautiful wife, Stephanie, to pursue his career in Physical Therapy.
A longtime trainer and CrossFit coach, Dane realized the need for a deeper understanding of how people move and, more specifically, how they can move pain-free. Inspired by Kelly Starrett and The Mobility WOD, he dove into learning any and everything about movement and pain-free fitness.
Dane joined the M2M team in 2017 after hitting a wall with the current state of American healthcare. Disillusioned with the disease-management system’s disfunction for both practitioners and patients, he wanted to be part of a team that threw the red tape aside and focused solely on doing what needed to be done to people better.
A jack of many trades, Dane’s specialty is strength training, rehab and injury prevention. With a history as a strength coach before transitioning into physical therapy, Dane is adept at helping athletes pursue their goals and achieve peak performance; especially when it comes to picking up heavy things and putting them down.
Above all else, Dane cares about his patients. His goal for each person he works with is to know that pain is not permanent, they will get better, and there is always a way to improve performance.
Education & Credentials
B.S. in Exercise Science, College of Charleston (2016)
A.S. Physical Therapist Assistant, Trident Technical College (2017)
Physical Therapist, Lead Therapist
Born and raised in Colorado, Nate grew up grew up roaming the wilderness. Dabbling in baseball, soccer, and karate he was always drawn to athletics, but his love for superheroes set the stage for a lifelong desire to be strong. In fact, Nate would faithfully wear Superman pajamas every night through grade school in the hopes that he would wake up one morning with superhuman strength.
When 9/11 happened during his sophomore year, Nate turned his energy towards military service joining the Marine Corps after graduating high school. Trained as an Arabic Cryptologic Linguist, he spent two years in Monterey, CA before being stationed at Ft. Gordon in Augusta, GA.
During his time in the military, Nate dove into bodybuilding and intentional weight training, which ultimately inspired him to pursue exercise science upon concluding his 5-year Marine Corps contract. After graduating with a B.S. in Exercise Science from Lander University in 2013, Nate’s adventures brought him to Charleston to attend physical therapy school at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
It was here he found a new fitness love in strongman competitions (think pulling garbage trucks and pressing tree trunks) and discovered a passion for CrossFit, which helped supplement his ambitious strength building with much-needed mobility and cardio.
Nate joined the M2M team in 2018. As one who quickly bucks tired routines and defies limitations, he was drawn to a fresh, creative approach to physical therapy that did not focus solely on injury recovery, but proactive prevention as well.
Nate is a firm believer in the body and nervous system’s ability to recover from injury and adapt to nearly any stressor with the right movement and exercise. Through years of training, he has experienced his share of injuries and has always found ways to recover and even exceed his previous levels of performance.
Armed with his personal experience, exhaustive knowledge of physical therapy and unbridled passion for exercise science, Nate is confident in guiding you to be better than you were before your injury.
Education & Credentials
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, MUSC, 2016
B.S. in Exercise Science, Lander University, 2013
Physical Therapist, CSCS
Born and Raised in Charleston, SC. Matt attended Bishop England High School where we played football and discovered his passion for performance based physical therapy. Matt had a devastating ACL injury that required reconstruction and physical therapy. During that time, he started to realize that when he did deadlifts and squats his recovery was improving. The 3 sets of 20 leg press he was doing in traditional rehab was just not cutting it. He began researching training methodologies and quickly came across CrossFit. He started to implement this training into his rehabilitation and noticed tremendous improvement.
Matt attended Appalachian State University where he studied Exercise Science and Nutrition. While he was at Appalachian he discovered the sport of weightlifting. By his senior year he had directed two local weightlifting meets and founded the Mountaineer Weightlifting Club.
After graduating from Appalachian State Matt moved back home before starting PT school and trained for a bodybuilding show. Yep, the show where men are in speedos flexing on stage with bronze tanner and oil! This taught him a whole new level of discipline. It gave him a greater respect for nutrition and what you are do when you set your mind to a task.
Matt attended Physical Therapy School at Duke University. While he was there he was the Head Barbell Coach at Bull City CrossFit. There he coached CrossFit athletes, weightlifters, and powerlifters to improve their technique and performance on the platform. During this time, he was a competitive weightlifter himself. He competed in a hand full of local meets as well as the Arnold Sports Classic in 2017.
Matt also worked as a Remote Strength and Conditioning Coach for Mash Elite Performance while in Physical Therapy school. He has experience working with National Level Weightlifters and Powerlifters, competitive CrossFitters, active/reserve military, and every day gym goers. He really likes getting people STRONG.
When not in clinic, Matt works with PolicePosts Fitness as their Head PT and Coach with the goal of making LEO and First Responders more EFFECTIVE at their job.
Education & Credentials
B.S. in Exercise Science, Appalachian State University (2015)
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Duke Medical University (2019)
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (2016)
MobilityWOD Level 1 Movement and Mobility Specialist (2019)
Founder of In The Box Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy for CrossFit Athletes by CrossFit Athletes
Maysa is owner and founder of In The Box PT.
Maysa is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who went to MUSC.
How can I help YOU?
I’m a Doctor.
I’m a Coach.
I’m an Athlete.
I get it.
USING anatomy knowledge and diagnostic skills OF A PHYSICAL THERAPIST to figure out what's going on.
USING coachING and programMING EXPERIENCE at various gyms TO understand functional fitness, weightlifting, and how to break down movements FOR YOU.
USING MY EXPERIENCE AS an athlete TO RELATE TO YOU. You can catch me sweating it out in the box regularly. I know what it feels like.
I can help YOU.
move better, feel better and perform better.
Education & Credentials
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, MUSC, 2018
Our team believes you can achieve anything through the right medical care, movement practice, and lifestyle changes. To accomplish all this, we are big on bringing it back to basics. Our current medical environment is quick to tell us that we are broken and can only be fixed by pills, shots or surgery. M2M is here to show you that there is another way. Your body has the amazing ability to heal itself, to adapt and to survive in any environment. We just need to get out of our own way. The path back to our healthiest self is not through canned approaches and outdated methods, such as ice packs, therabands, and stationary bikes. This one-dimensional strategy is rampant in traditional, third-party-pay physical therapy practices – you’ll soon see our tactics are delightfully different! M2M is a private-pay (cash-based) rehab and performance center. Before your heart seizes from sticker shock, let’s shed some light on what cash-based physical therapy is and how this method will likely save you time, money and resources, while also helping you achieve your desired results. True story.
M2M chooses (emphasis on this being an intentional decision) a cash-based model for our practice.
In a cash-based treatment model, your M2M therapist enters into an agreement with you to provide physical therapy services in a manner that both parties have decided upon (AKA: FULL TRANSPARENCY with no surprise bills 3 months in) to help you reach your treatment goals most efficiently.
You will pay at the time of service. This model allows us to focus on providing direct, one-on-one care, while keeping administrative costs low. You may pay for services using actual cash, a check, a credit/debit card, or with your HSA.
In some instances, you may also personally file for reimbursement from your insurance company to curb your out-of-pocket expense. (Psst, we have an app for that! Download here.) Most insurance companies, with the exception of Medicare, Medicaid and some HMOs, will provide reimbursement for services received “out of network”. We can help you with this process.
Cash-based does not mean our team is short on the education, qualifications and accreditations necessary to provide you with best-in-class medical care.
We blend unique backgrounds in strength, conditioning, and human performance to go well beyond rehab and help you live your happiest, healthiest life.
We are not big on limitations – neither are you, which is why you’re here. In our 25+ years of collective experience, third-party payers pressuring for immediate diagnoses, insisting on confining treatments, and interfering with the therapy we want to provide often hurts the patient’s progress and hinders our ability to reach his or her goals.
Furthermore, (…can we get a drum roll, please?), out-of-pocket expenses over the course of physical therapy will often be less expensive for patients like you with a cash-based model than through traditional physical therapy practice.
Let’s compare the same path to recovery for two 35-year-old men recovering from a torn rotator cuff. Mike chooses to go the private-pay route with Made 2 Move, while Tim sticks with the traditional third-party reimbursement track.
Before we dive into the breakdown, we will assume one crucial thing: both Iron Mike and Tiny Tim have met their annual deductible and have chosen conservative over surgery (which has better long-term outcomes according to the latest medical research) so Tim qualifies for reimbursement from his insurance, which typically looks like 20% out-of-pocket or $30 co-pays per session.
If we take the “standard” protocol in a insurance-based model for a torn rotator cuff in a healthy individual (25-35), the patient will typically need 4-6 months of rehab requiring passive and active PT (~2x per week) according to the US National Library of Medicine. In our model we typically see the patient 1x a week and give them a extensive home program so he or she can begin working on this stuff at home. We also see our patient on overage 6-10x during a plan of care and quickly go from rehabilitation to working on performance and prevention.
At the end of 6-months, Mike has spent $280 more out of pocket than his buddy Tim. Although both men were recovering from similar injuries, Mike invests less than a third of the time (10.6 vs. 32 hours) for a fuller recovery that got him back to the lifestyle he loved sooner. This outcome also doesn’t account for the intangibles around enjoying a dynamic, individualized care plan and relationship built with his M2M PT.
Furthermore, had Tim NOT met his deductible, this care path through traditional PT would have cost him $1,688 ($101 for the initial evaluation + 23 sessions at $69/ea) out of pocket, which would have him spending $688 more in less-effective care than if he had gone through M2M.
Which path will you choose to get back to your peak performance?