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Getting To KnowThe Founder Of PT Of Melissa! DR. NATHANIEL CHRISTADOSS, PT, DPT, CKTP

Director of Physical Therapy at a practice near The University of North Texas in Denton. In the Fall of 2010, Nat applied his clinical skills and leadership to establish Physical Therapy of Melissa in collaboration with his wife, Michelle. Soon after opening the practice in Melissa, Nat and Michelle, along with their fur babies made Melissa their home. Another interesting fact about Nat and Michelle is that they were featured on a episode of HGTV House Hunters in 2006 when they purchased their first home! In the summer of 2016, Nat completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, as well as the Executive Program for Private Practice Management (EPPPM) with Evidence inMotion (EIM). This is a masters-style program geared for business administrators of PhysicalTherapy private practices. Nat currently serves as a Key Contact for the Private Practice Section of the American PhysicalTherapy Association (APTA). As a Key Contact, Nat’s role is to represent Collin County on legislative issues that effect private practice physical therapists and serve as a key contact to our local representatives. These key contacts visit representatives’ offices in Washington, DC, several times a year to address key issues concerning private practice Physical Therapists.

Nathaniel (Nat) is a licensed Physical Therapist who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology in 2002 at The University of Texas at Austin. He then achieved his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2006 at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Upon completion of his board exam, Nat practiced in Southlake where he successfully treated a wide spectrum of injuries and conditions for professional athletes, student athletes and geriatric patients. In 2008 Nat became the

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