At CAROLINA SPORTS CLINICwe offer a range of services and are committed to providing you with personalized, comprehensive chiropractic care using the latest, most innovative techniques for sports medicine. Our goal is to eliminate your pain and symptoms and restore full function to get you back to the active lifestyle that you deserve!
Select any of the services offered at the Lake Norman Clinic from below to learn more. Please make sure to refer to each Clinic Location for a list of services available at that location.
The Lake Norman
JOSHUA KOLLMAN, DC
Member of the PGA Tour Sports Medicine Team
Fascial Stretch Certified Level 3 Medical Provider (FST)
Certified in Dry Needling
Certified in Acupuncture
Certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
Certified in Functional Movement Screening (FMS)
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Certified in Active Release Technique (ART)
Certified in Graston Technique
Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)
Certified Certified Chi Running Instructor
NASM, CPT, CES, PES
Dr. Joshua Kollmann received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. Dr. Kollmann has extensive education and experience in treating all levels of athletic needs as well as musculoskeletal conditions. He earned his Master’s Degree in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention from the California University of Pennsylvania as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Pennsylvania State University.
Dr. Kollmann has advanced training in treating soft tissue injuries, including full body certification in Active Release Technique (ART) and Graston Technique. He is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Dr. Kollmann has the distinction as a Performance Enhancement Specialist with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) which provides advanced skills to evaluate human movement. Building on a broad base of knowledge, he is certified in both acupuncture and dry needle specializations. Dr. Kollmann is also a Level III Medical Provider with Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST).
Dr. Kollmann has been one of the Team Chiropractors for the Carolina Panthers since 2011. He has also been treating as part of the PGA Sports Medicine Team since 2007.
Not only does Dr. Kollmann treat athletes at various events, but he is an avid triathlete and competitor. An accomplished Ironman, Kollmann competed in Ironman events in Lake Placid, Arizona, Louisville, and Cozumel. Dr. Kollmann has qualified and ran the Boston Marathon twice. He is also a USA Triathlon level 1 coach.
Dr. Kollmann’s philosophy is to utilize treatment plans founded on science, and care for patients compassionately utilizing a variety of Chiropractic, Soft Tissue Mobilization, and Rehabilitative techniques which will eliminate symptoms and improve overall function of the human body. He also strongly believes in patient education and empowering patients to improve the quality of their lives, because patients who know more about their conditions stay healthier.
CORY LAIL, DPT, CERT DN, CF-L1
Certified in Dry Needling
Certified Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete (In Process)
Professor – Anatomy and Physiology
Dr. Cory Lail received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Radford University where his student focused on conservative treatment of the spine and return to sport management with overhead athletes. Prior to physical therapy school he attended Virginia Commonwealth University where he earned a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. He has also earned his Certification in Dry Needling from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy.
Cory believes in an approach that revolves around advanced hands-on skills and appropriate progressive loading and strengthening exercises for all levels of athletes. This model allows the patient and physical therapist to work together and monitor the progress occurring before, after, and between sessions.
Outside of the clinic Cory enjoys staying active through Crossfit, basketball, golf, and running, as well as, traveling to National Parks and hiking with his wife Rebecca.
Dr. Abigail Crawford, PT, DPT
Dr. Abigail Crawford received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Wingate University with a focus on sports performance rehabilitation for athletes and service members. During her 3 years in the Doctorate program, she pursued and achieved certification as a NASM Personal Trainer and NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Prior to attending Wingate, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine along with a minor in Applied Mathematics at Pepperdine University.
In her experience as a Physical Therapist, Abby has enjoyed and had a focus on treating and training high school and college athletes, CrossFitters, Veterans, and first responders. Her experience with athletes is expansive and has ranged from youth baseball players to professional soccer and football players to recreational martial arts participants. She has a diverse a background and welcomes athletes of all ages and experiences that have the desire to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
In addition to her Physical therapy background, she has been a Swim Coach for over 10 years to competitive and recreational swimmers of various ages and levels. She has also had experience in Personal Training for athletes in multiple sports and in tutoring those that are pursuing their Personal Training certification. Outside of work, Abby is passionate about raising awareness for Veteran & Service Member mental health by volunteering and participating in community events for organizations with that same mission. She has volunteered and connected with organizations centered around equine therapy for those with physical and mental disabilities and hopes to start her own organization in the future.
Abby has grown up playing multiple sports and was a part of two competitive teams in softball and swimming. She became a Captain and started coaching her High School Swim team as a sophomore and continued to coach and be a member of the team until she graduated and went to Pepperdine University. At Pepperdine, she competed as a member of the Swim Team all four years and was a Co-Captain of the team her Senior year. Each year she earned the title of a Pepperdine Scholar athlete and received recognition with PCSC All Academic honorable mention in her last three years.
Abby is always on the move outside the clinic. She participates in CrossFit, powerlifting, running, yoga and HIIT training. Her recreational activities include snowboarding, hiking with her dog, climbing, and music. She loves any and all outdoor activities! She is committed to living a healthy and positive lifestyle that influences her patients to live in the same manner.
Abby has a deep desire to help her patients achieve their highest potential post-injury by creating a well-rounded and holistic approach to physical rehabilitation. She establishes a fun and motivating environment by using her skills of generating creative movements, using manual therapy, and communicating/educating her patients in a positive manner. Her number one goal is to help her patients achieve all of their goals through the magic of movement!
Services offered: Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning, Return to Sport Rehabilitation, Performance Training, and Tactical Athlete Rehabilitation/Training.
Evan Roeder, DC
Dr. Evan Roeder received his Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine Degree from New York Chiropractic College, now know as Northeast School of Health Science, in Seneca Falls New York. He chose NYCC because they provide an evidence based approach to care and their curriculum focuses on contemporary teachings of Chiropractic Medicine. While at NYCC he was involved in various clubs including rehab to perform, motion palpation club, and sports performance care. Evan has a passion for treating athletes of any age, level of competition, and sport.
Before Chiropractic college he attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, where he studied Athletic Training. During his time at Duquesne, he was able to work closely with the Football and Women’s Volleyball team in an athletic training setting. In addition to this clinical experience, he worked as an intern for the strength and conditioning program for D-1 athletes at the school. During this time he instructed Olympic weight lifting techniques and designed strength and conditioning programs.
Evan grew up as an athlete himself, participating in soccer, baseball, and basketball. He remains active, playing all of those sports and also participating in Crossfit. Evan will “play anything that involves competition and/or a ball.” In his spare time, Evan enjoys golfing, hiking, exploring new things around the city, and playing in recreational sports leagues. He is also an avid Boston sports fan. He is extremely passionate about helping his patients recover from their injuries, preventing future injuries, improving their performance, and educating them on how they can maintain their health and well-being. He encourages movement to help rehabilitate. He always educates his patients about their conditions, so that they can be a large part of their own healing.
Dr. Evan is certified in Dry Needling and believes it is a very useful and effective modality for many of his patients. He also has a passion for Neurology. He is currently enrolled in a Neurological rehabilitation program through the Carrick institute. The unique blend of sports medicine and neurology allows him to treat a wide array of conditions and approach them from different perspectives.