PT2Go Physical Therapy
What makes PT2Go different from other clinics? Simply put; we put you first and can work with your schedule to allow for optimal outcomes. You have the physical therapist’s undivided attention, as we provide one on one treatment. Conducting our treatment in a setting that best suits your schedule and rehab. This could be in the clinic, at home, at work, outdoors, in your backyard, on the beach, you name it! This allows for much more creativity and functionality. We can work with you in more practical settings, such as your home, work, or place of recreation. Our passion for providing successful outcomes and contributing to active lifestyles is what drives PT2Go.
The idea of PT2Go was first thought of while the owner was obtaining his Doctorate at Old Dominion University and participating in Telehealth research studies to under-served and rural regions. The idea was expanded and put into action after requests to treat musical artists at a venue in Virginia Beach. He realized a growing need for patients traveling through or vacationing in the area. His experience in many different settings made him also understand the burden placed on the patient’s and their families when injuries occurred in regards to making time to go to physical therapy. His experience working with local recreational, high school, and collegiate athletes and teams made him recognize the benefit of providing strength and conditioning consultation, injury prevention screening, and supervised exercise or personal training at their facility, practice field, or home gym. Lastly; as many physical therapists can concur, some insurance companies limit our ability to treat what needs to be treated effectively. Along with accepting major insurances, PT2Go provides low cash rates to those restricted by what insurance dictates. PT2Go is proud to serve the southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina regions with in-person visits as well as all over the United States with Telehealth consultations.
Matthew T. Fiano
Matt grew up in the Norfolk and Virginia Beach. He attended Kempsville High School, having the opportunity to play football along side future collegiate and NFL stars. Matt has had his fair share of experience from the patient perspective, having multiple surgeries for shoulder, knee, and leg injuries. He almost lost both legs in two separate events, one with a football injury and another with a snowboarding accident. He knows the important role physical therapy can play on your overall well-being.
Matt has always had a passion for how the body moves and works, spurring him to study exercise science at Old Dominion University for his undergraduate degree. He then continued his education, obtaining his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University. Matt worked in many different settings after school including nursing homes, acute care hospitals, and orthopedic outpatient clinics with high athlete volumes. While practicing, he was fortunate enough to be mentored by nationally known, local experts, Andy Altman and Diane Haupt, the go-to physical therapists for shoulder and runner/triathlete injuries respectively. Matt resides in Virginia Beach and loves spending time with his beautiful wife, two boys, friends, and fun loving golden-doodle, Charlie. Matt still continues to grow as a clinician, obtaining the following certifications:
- American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
- National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Level 2
- Titleist Performance Institute Medical Level 3
Faith is a physical therapist who graduated from Texas Women’s University in Houston, Texas. Her interest in physical therapy began when she interned in an acute rehab and she fell in love with helping the patients. She has worked in various setting over her career including outpatient, acute care and home health, although, her main interests in physical therapy are orthopedics and geriatrics. “I love helping people live their lives to the fullest, move better, and feel better with physical therapy.” She is a Louisiana native who loves LSU and Saints football, crawfish, and gumbo. When Faith is not working can be found spending time with her husband, keeping up with her 3 boys, and working out. Faith still continues to grow as a clinician, obtaining the following certifications:
Mark is a Doctor of Physical Therapy with 25 years of clinical experience. He devoted his earlycareer in pediatrics. During that time Mark and wife worked with a team of educational professionals to launch the Hope Technology School in Palo Alto, California. Mark moved to Virginia Beach in 2008 and worked as the lead Physical therapist for American Senior Care providing home physical therapy services. Since 2013 Mark has served the Active-Duty military population providing outpatient physical therapy services. His specialties include trigger point dry needling, the McKenzie Method, and incorporating yoga into PT practice. Mark enjoys
spending time with his wife and 2 daughters. He is a fitness enthusiast who can often be found
lifting weights in the gym or practicing martial arts. Mark still continues to grow as a clinician, obtaining the following certifications:
- Dry Needling Certification Level 2
- Mckenzie Method Certified
Suzanne is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who grew up in Chesapeake, VA. Her passion for physical therapy started while in undergrad pursuing a degree in athletic training. After interning in multiple sport and medical jobs she fell in love with physical therapy and quickly switched her field of study. She obtained her Doctorate from Old Dominion University. Her interests in physical therapy include neurology, orthopedics, and sports performance. Suzanne resides in Chesapeake on a small farm spending most of her free time with her husband; dog, Kilo Graham; and horse, Chester.
Mira is Steelers fan who migrated south out of the cold and never looked back. She received her Bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master’s degree with a concentration in Orthopedic physical therapy, and Ph.D in Higher Education from Old Dominion University. Her 30+ years of clinical experience span a variety of settings but always with a common goal: to help people attain their function and mobility goals, whether it be sports performance, better movement and balance. She has been a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) since 2009, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Old Dominion University Doctor of Physical Therapy program since 1996, and serving on the State Board of Physical Therapy. When not working, she can be found running Virginia Beach’s trails or oceanfront, hitting up coffee shops with a good book or podcast, or being a soccer mom traveling with soccer dad cheering on their youngest daughter who is a collegiate athlete.
Chrissy is a physical therapist who graduated from Old Dominion University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. She holds her bachelors degree in exercise science. Her interests in physical therapy include orthopedics, return to sports training, pediatrics, fall prevention and post-surgical physical therapy. Her passion for physical therapy developed while in high school and playing soccer. She strives to help people live their lives to the fullest with movement training and physical therapy services. Chrissy is also an accomplished runner completing numerous half marathons and two full marathons. Chrissy is a RRCA level 1 certified coach and enjoys coaching all levels of athletes from first time 5k-ers to competitive marathoners. She is a Virginia Beach native and when not in the clinic can be found running Virginia Beach’s oceanfront or out with her husband, two boys and their dog, Charlie.
Melinda is a Physical Therapist with 30+ years of experience in the therapy field. She
graduated from ODU with her Masters Degree in PT. She has had a very diverse career in Out
Patient, In Patient and Home Health settings. She has certifications in in Oncology Therapy and is an adjunct professor at Old Dominion University. Melinda specializes in orthopedics, low back pain, headaches and manual therapy. Melinda enjoys helping patients to return to their prior level of function and alleviating their pain. Physical Therapy is truly her passion. When she is not working as a PT, she volunteers at local oncology clinics. She enjoys spending time with her husband, exercising, traveling and working in her flower gardens. She also enjoys spending time with her daughter, son in law and grand dog Bachi.
Kimberley is a Physical Therapist who got her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at Old Dominion University and then got her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Shenandoah University. She is originally from Connecticut and sometimes misses the snow. She has over 30 years of experience and she has a love and passion for Parkinson’s patients in which she is certified in BIG therapy. She is a teacher at heart and is an adjunct professor at Tidewater Community College for the Physical Therapy Assistant program. Her hobbies include crocheting baby blankets and booties for family and friends. When she is not twirling yarn, she is in the dojo practicing muscle memory with Krav Maga. She is an advocate for Special needs young adults and loves spending time with her family.
Janet Nava Bejar
Janet is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who graduated from South University PTA program. Her interest in Physical Therapy began during her time in the US Navy, after experiencing some minor injuries she had to undergo a few Physical Therapy sessions. She took interest almost immediately and once her contract ended, she enrolled for the PTA program beginning her journey. Janet’s clinical interests include Orthopedics, Sports Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, and Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions. Her primary focus for patients is to provide them with the best possible care and return them to comfortable everyday living. Janet holds additional certifications in fall prevention. Janet was born and raised in Los Angeles CA but has been residing in Chesapeake for six years now. When not treating patients, she can be found by a computer doing schoolwork, out riding bikes, or simply spending time with my pups Brody and Jeter.
LPTA, Moyock Clinic Director, Total Joint Specialist
Alexa is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who graduated from Penn State University. Her interests in physical therapy include orthopedics, return to sports training, geriatrics, and post-surgical physical therapy. Her passion for physical therapy developed while in high school and watching her grandfather go through therapy post stroke. She strives to help people live their lives to the fullest with movement training and physical therapy services. She is a Pennsylvania native but had worked in Texas, Virginia, North Carolina, as well as Pennsylvania. When not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her 3 kids, husband, and dogs.
LPTA, Total Joint Specialist
David Basinger is a physical therapist assistant with 23 years of experience who enjoys working with individuals with orthopedic and neurological conditions. He has been with PT2Go since March 2023. David is passionate about working out and inspiring others to lead a more active lifestyle. In his leisure time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Melanie, and their two dogs, Dobby and Clyde.
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McKennzie is a physical therapist assistant who graduated from ECPI University in Newport News, Virginia. Her focus in physical therapy includes post-surgical therapy. Her passion for physical therapy developed at a young age when her aunt and grandfather required therapy for a great deal of her childhood. Being in the presence of their care, it was the positive impact physical therapy had on not only her aunt and grandfather, but her whole family that inspired her to strive to do the same for others. Being a Colorado native, when not working, she can be found hiking, crafting, or spending time with her husband and three doggies. She thoroughly enjoys getting to know her patents and can’t wait to work with you!
Alliana is a Physical Therapist Assistant who graduated from South University’s PTA program. Her interests in physical therapy includeorthopedics, geriatrics, and utilizing manual therapy techniques. Her passion
for physical therapy and restoring mobility for patients developed several years ago while in massage therapy school and mentoring with her professor who was dual licensed. During her time practicing as a Licensed Massage Therapist, she specialized in therapeutic and sports massages. As a currently dual-licensed clinician, she is driven by the joy she finds in helping others feel
their best. She was born in the U.S. Virgin Islands and recently relocated to Virginia from Orlando with her husband who serves in the military. During their free time, they enjoy traveling and building memories with
Andrew is a Physical Therapist Assistant graduate of Tidewater Community College with the Class of 2022. His passion for PT developed as a patient in physical therapy following a lower leg injury and seeing the healing power of exercise and fitness for a long and active lifestyle. His interests in rehabilitation include return to sport, golf specifically, lower back pain rehabilitation, and post-surgical recovery. He is a firm believer in the principles and methodologies of CrossFit and holds the Level I certificate. Outside of therapy he is an avid golfer and Cross Fitter and a fun fact about him is that while in undergraduate he interned at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
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