Join Our Team!

Are you a licensed professional seeking a stable and fulfilling career in physical therapy?

Carolina Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine offers you an exceptional opportunity to join our dynamic team. Whether you are interested in a mentorship program or the option to pursue an accredited American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education program, we will provide the resources to support you and help you thrive.


We value your unique skills and expertise

Whether you are looking to join a team as a CHT (PT or OT) to support injured workers, or as an SLP to participate in our blossoming Parkinson’s Program. Join our team and become an integral part of our mission to improve lives through rehabilitation and wellness.


Carolina Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine is in its 17th year and was founded locally by therapists.

We want our staff to feel connected and supported by their coworkers and management. Additionally, we want your involvement and collaboration with community endeavors to be visible, as giving stewards is the basis for the relationships we want to foster. This, combined with generous continuing education opportunities, both as a group and individually, will help you grow both personally and professionally in a secure, and healthy clinic setting.

Our Vision

Chris Ballew, Founder of Carolina Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, started this company to be a family business that supports the local community in health and wellness. We are here to encourage, motivate, support, and challenge one another to provide the best care for our patients. If we continue to take care of the patients as we have for 17 years, with a dedicated and growing team, the rewards are endless.


Join us at Carolina Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine and embark on a fulfilling and rewarding career where you can make a lasting impact on the lives of those we serve. Together, we can achieve extraordinary things.

Apply today to become part of our team!

LSVT BIG aims to improve the amplitude and quality of movement in people living with Parkinson's disease.