Andrew Millett is a practicing physical therapist in the field of orthopedic and sports medicine physical therapy. He helps to bridge the gap between physical therapy and strength and conditioning. By evaluating and treating his clients using multiple lenses, such as the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), etc., the main goal for all of his clients is for them to move and feel better and to keep their body functioning at the highest levels.
Andrew has first-hand experience with the physical therapy process after suffering 2 ACL tears/reconstructions as an athlete and fully understands what it takes, personally and professionally, to get back to performing at a high level.
Current and Former Clients Ranging From:
Middle School Athletes
High School Athletes
Olympic and Professional Athletes
Outside of working with his clients and athletes, Andrew enjoys spending time with his wife and son, spending time outdoors at the beach, and spending time with friends.
Cody Brown, after overcoming multiple injuries of his own, developed a passion for helping injured athletes reach their goals in both the rehab and performance settings. While overcoming his injuries, he observed differences in the level of care being provided by physical therapists. He soon came to the realization that people often received limited one-on-one time and were not getting the highest level of service they deserved. Wanting to provide people with the best experience and outcomes, he was drawn to practice at Move Strong Physical Therapy.
Cody played football at Springfield College and was voted as team captain his senior year. After his football career, he remained at Springfield College and earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to working at Move Strong Physical Therapy, Cody was the clinic director and a performance physical therapist at Cohen Health and Performance in Bethesda, MD. He has also completed clinical affiliations at Performance Physical Therapy in Wyoming, RI, and Champion Sports Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama. Additionally, he is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Reflecting on his own past injuries, he is driven to deliver the best results possible for every person that he works with to help them meet and exceed their goals.
In his free time, Cody enjoys spending time with his family and friends, spending time outdoors, and working out.
Growing up playing a variety of sports, Morgan knew from the time she was in high school that she wanted to work with athletes & athletic populations. Morgan then pursued her Athletic Training degree from Messiah University, where she played field hockey. Wanting to learn more about how to blend the sports & rehab world together, she sought her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from George Washington University.
During her clinical rotations, she spent time at a variety of sports-specific Physical Therapy settings and fell in love with the ability to blend rehab & performance training, but often felt limited by the lack of 1-1 time with patients. Prior to working at MoveStrong, Morgan was a Performance Physical Therapist in Bethesda, MD, where she was able to work with a variety of athletes ranging from the professional level to weekend warriors.
Morgan loves working with clients to not only help them get out of pain and back to what they love to do but also to educate and walk them through the process so that they can have lasting results.
In her free time, Morgan loves spending time with her family, taking her dog on walks, and working out.