Location: 10009 Park Cedar Drive, Suite 100 | Charlotte, NC 28210
Contact: Phone (704) 716-1024 | Fax 704-716-1025
Amy M. Holcombe ↓
Amy received her Bachelor of Science from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1988. She has enjoyed working in a large variety of settings including hospital, inpatient rehabilitation, nursing homes, school systems and outpatient clinics. In 1994, she completed a 3-week NDT training for neurologically involved adults. In 2000 Amy completed a fellowship with the institute of Physical Art in Functional Manual Therapy (FFMT). She earned her Certification of Functional Manual Therapy in August of 2000 and renewed this certification in 2010(CFMT) also through the Institute of Physical Art (IPA). In 2010 she earned her yoga teacher training certification and teaches a weekly yoga class. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree through Evidence in Motion in August of 2012.
Amy teaches continuing education classes for Physical Therapists with IPA. Amy focuses on posture, strengthening and improving function and quality of life for a wide variety of patients. She incorporates yoga into her treatments as well as focus on improvement of mobility, gait and efficient movement.
Amy enjoys horseback riding, hiking, yoga, teaching and spending time with her husband, two daughters and their animals – two dogs – Delilah and Otis and horses- Chloe and Clair.
Candace Myers ↓
Candace Myers joined Architech Sports & Physical Therapy in 2014 after spending three years as the certified athletic trainer at Parkwood High School. While at Parkwood, Candace was responsible for all practice and game coverage as well as rehabilitation programs that were needed for each athlete.
Candace earned her Master’s degree in rehabilitation science in 2011 from Bridgewater State University in Boston. Prior to that, she spent one year at the University of Hawaii where she was responsible for the football and women’s basketball programs. Candace earned her Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology from Charleston Southern University in 2007. While at Charleston Southern, Candace played left field for the Buccaneer softball program.
Candace is a Union County native where she grew up playing competitive basketball and softball at Weddington High School. In her free time Candace enjoys spending time with her daughter, Riley, and working out
Elliott Tolley ↓
Elliott earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Wingate University. Prior to attending Wingate, Elliott went to Anderson University (SC) where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology. While at Anderson, Elliott was a left-handed relief pitcher for the baseball program. Elliott is originally from Rougemont, NC and was a two-time all-conference baseball player at Person High School.
Elliott’s passion for physical therapy and sports performance stems from the injuries and rehabilitation he observed his teammates endure during his time as a college athlete. His first-hand experience and knowledge of the human body, allows him to evaluate functional movement patterns to optimize performance and rehabilitation.
In his spare time, Elliott enjoys spending time with his wife Lillian and their golden retriever Duke. Outside of work he can be found on the golf course, playing pick-up basketball, exercising and cheering for the Duke Blue Devils and Carolina Panthers.