Meet Our Therapists


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Dr, Anthony Evans is a native of North Carolina and was raised in Waxhaw, NC. He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Duke University in Durham, NC in 2017. He also received his Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Neuroscience from Duke University in 2014. While in Physical Therapy School Anthony obtained his Certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Anthony specializes in treating Orthopedic and Sports related injuries. He has worked with numerous professional athletes in sports ranging from football to powerlifting to golf and everything in between.

In his spare time Anthony enjoys playing golf and lifting weights. He is a competitive powerlifter and has placed 1st in six competitions. He is committed to a lifelong journey of learning and patient first care. 



Dr. Michelle Madden Benoit is a therapist who specializes in treating pelvic floor dysfunction in women thru a combination of manual therapy, movement and exercise, and education and coaching. She treats women of all ages and thru all stages of life including pregnancy, postpartum, menopause, and beyond. Michelle is a Central New York native who graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2006 with her Master’s in Physical Therapy and in 2009 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. She started her career in in-patient rehabilitation and then moved to a private practice outpatient orthopedic clinic. Michelle began her pelvic health training with Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in 2011. She built a Pelvic Health following at her outpatient orthopedic clinic in NY before relocating to Charlotte, NC where she now lives. Since moving to Charlotte, her practice has focused on pelvic health.

Michelle is an avid fitness enthusiast and recently completed a Postnatal Fitness Certification. She plans on helping women bridge the gap from rehabilitation to return to sport / fitness.

Michelle lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband and three sons.

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Dr. Maggie Ray, attended the University of Toledo in Toledo, OH for a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and for a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree. Following graduation, she moved to Charlotte, NC and found passion in treating patients with orthopedic conditions, chronic pain, and athletes of all ages.  Dr. Ray recently completed an Orthopedic Residency and earned my Orthopedic Specialty Certification (OCS) from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  Further training includes a Dry Needling Certification (cert. DN) and use of Spinal Manipulation Intervention. She currently participate in MSA Master’s Swimming with the USMS and has a passion for running.


Dr. Ernest Brown is a Washington, DC native, family physician, and founder of the house call medical provider, Doctors To You. While in medical school, a young Dr. Brown predicted a life in the emergency room; however, after mentorship by one of the country’s leading house call doctors, things changed. This experience working in homes rather than in clinics steered his focus from being a run-of-the-mill hospital employee, to fulfilling his purpose as a true caregiver by staying connected to the community that made him.

In 2015, Doctors To You was born with the mission to rebuilding the doctor-patient relationship, giving patients the care they deserve. Today, it’s a burgeoning movement in the DC area, providing both residents and visitors seamless access to quality care without having to go out and find it—the doctor comes to you! “I greatly enjoy providing both traditional and charitable house calls. I have a distinctive and patient-centric vision of how house calls should be practiced and have spent my career bringing that vision to life.”

Old-fashion? Maybe. But with Doctors To You, Dr. Brown is spearheading the return of the house call, and has achieved local and national recognition for his outstanding service by outlet such as: The Today Show, NPR, and The Washington Post.

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