Location: 8918 Blakeney Professional Drive, Suite 120 | Charlotte, NC 28277
Contact: Ph. 704-900-8960 | Fax 704-817-9523
Chandler Thomas ↓
Chandler joins ASPT after graduating with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2016. Prior to attending MUSC, Chandler received his Exercise and Sport Science degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a four-year member of the varsity swim team. It was at UNC that he discovered his passion for the human body, particularly as it relates to sports performance, injury prevention, and rehab. Chandler has always been an active member of the swimming community in Charlotte, graduating from South Mecklenburg High School as a 2-time state champion breaststroker. He grew up swimming at SwimMAC, where he also worked for two years as an age group and Masters swim coach after graduating from UNC. As a coach, Chandler strongly emphasized the importance of proper stroke technique to improve speed and efficiency in the water as well as prevent overuse injuries. He now uses the analytical and motivational skills he gained through coaching to treat clients with a wide array of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular impairments.
When he is not working or training for his next Masters swim meet, Chandler enjoys spending time with his wife and family, playing guitar and sports with friends, and cheering for his Tar Heels and Carolina Panthers.
Chris Cox ↓
Chris joins the Architech Sports family after graduating with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. Prior to that, he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of South Carolina-Upstate and an Associate’s of Science Degree from Spartanburg Methodist College.
While completing his undergraduate coursework at SMC and Upstate, Chris competed as a left-handed pitcher for their baseball programs. At SMC, He once tossed a no-hitter against New River C.C and had an ERA of 2.81 as a starter. Chris began his Upstate career as a reliver and turned into a starter by his senior season. In high school, he was a member of Mauldin High School baseball team where he was named to the Top-50 South Carolina Baseball Players List.
Chris’s passion for physical therapy and sports performance began while he was rehabbing a shoulder injury after his freshman season. He changed his major and dedicated his education to understanding the body and how it moves. Chris believes in his patients and strives to play an active role in helping them realize their full potential.
In his spare time Chris enjoys spending time with his wife Casey, bass fishing, exercising, and visiting family in Greenville, SC. He is an avid sports fan and takes pride in winning fantasy football championships and Clemson Tiger Football.
Ashlee Hall ↓
Ashlee joins ASPT after graduating with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from East Carolina University. Prior to studying at ECU, Ashlee attended University of North Carolina at Wilmington where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science.
Growing up in Waxhaw, NC – Ashlee played soccer at Parkwood High School and Cuthbertson High School, where she won the State Championship in 2011. When Ashlee was not playing high school soccer, she was playing soccer at Charlotte Soccer Academy. Despite Ashlee spending a lot of her time on the soccer field, she has a passion for treating all athletes and is dedicated to providing an active role in their recovery and getting them back to playing the sport that they love. Ashlee takes pride in helping people of all ages and is happy to have the opportunity to serve the Charlotte community.
Outside of the clinic, Ashlee enjoys rollerblading with her dog, Scout, spending time with friends and family, eating spicy foods, attending Charlotte sporting events, and exploring the beautiful outdoors.
Lizzie Andrews ↓
Lizzie Andrews earned her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from East Carolina University. At ECU, she had the opportunity to work with Division I athletes as well as the local high schools around eastern North Carolina. After graduation, she worked at North Pitt High School in Greenville, NC. Lizzie was responsible for covering all practices and games. She was able to further develop her acute injury management, injury prevention and evaluation and treatment skills with athletes from a variety of sports. Throughout her various experiences, Lizzie specifically developed an interest in creating rehabilitative programs for her injured athletes. Lizzie is excited to continue her passion at Architech Sports. She looks forward to working with the athletes, parents and coaches of Mecklenburg and Union Counties and see them achieve their sports performance goals!
Lizzie is a native of Charlotte and graduated from Myers Park High School. Growing up, Lizzie was an avid swimmer and continues to be active in her life. When she isn’t running or doing work out classes, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking and cheering on ECU Athletics!