Justin was born and raised in the Northern Virginia area. He discovered his love for health and movement after swimming his whole life, including as a member of the McDaniel College men’s swimming and diving team. After college, he received his DPT degree from Shenandoah University, and has been practicing in the Charlottesville area ever since.
Justin specializes in treating general orthopedic, post-operative, and chronic pain conditions, including sciatica and headaches. His treatment philosophy involves creating individual rehabilitation programs based on overall body impairments, not just addressing primary areas of complaints. He emphasizes evidence-based practice and patient education to achieve the most optimal treatment results.
When not working, Justin enjoys cheering for DC sports teams and spending time outdoors with his wife and their German Shepherd.
Parker received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Lynchburg in 2022. His dream was to become a physical therapist since he was in the seventh grade after tearing his ACL. He followed that up with hip surgery and another knee surgery going into his freshman year of college.
Parker specializes in treating common and complex orthopedic conditions, manual therapy techniques, golf, sports rehabilitation, and pediatrics. His main focus in the clinic is to ensure that each patient gets the best care possible. It will always be about YOU, the patient.
Prior to physical therapy school, Parker grew up in the small town of Mount Sidney, VA and graduated with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from the University of Lynchburg.
Parker enjoys exercising, playing golf and basketball, hanging out with his friends and family, traveling, going to breweries, watching movies, and binging TV shows outside the clinic.
Erica Stowe, a Nelson County native, graduated from James Madison University in 2013 with her B.S. in Kinesiology. She then took a year off to explore Wyoming and Maine for 6 months horse-packing and working for the Maine Conservation Corps before returning to Virginia…
After three years in Richmond, she graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and is excited to return home to put her skills to use, assisting patients of all ages to incorporate activity back into their lives.
Erica has seen a variety of populations from her clinical time in school and is excited to bring her knowledge back to her community. During her time at VCU, Erica participated in the Virginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities program, which focuses on interdisciplinary leadership and education for children with disabilities. She is also interested in Pelvic and Women’s Health.
She currently lives in Nelson County and enjoys spending her free time exploring the outdoors through hiking, biking, and running, playing ultimate Frisbee, and gardening.
Randy is originally from upstate New York and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Hunter College in 1990. He worked in a variety of physical therapy settings in California before moving to Virginia in 2003. Randy lives in Crozet with his wife and three children.
Nicholas Brantley is a Physical Therapist Assistant at PT Plus, providing a foundation for patient care consisting of patient education, exercise, and hands on approach to facilitate the body’s natural healing process. Nick holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology …
…from Liberty University and an Associates Degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Wytheville Community College. He has a strong background in nutrition through his education. He has been a clinician for over 10 years.
Nick has grown up in Nelson County his entire life and currently resides in Arrington, VA near the Colleen Drive-In, which is not a good place to be since his wife, Christy, himself, and their three kids, Jonathan, Noah and Alaina, love ice-cream. Nick also enjoys hiking, running, strength training, tinkering on vehicles, and racing slot cars when not working at PT Plus.