Our Staff

Dr. Lim Hong graduated from Virginia Tech and received her Bachelors of Science in 2012. Upon graduation, she attended Lynchburg College and received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. Upon graduation, she attended Lynchburg College and received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015.  During her undergraduate studies, Dr. Hong accumulated extensive experience at various outpatient orthopedic clinics and personal training while working at the Virginia Tech Student Rec Center. Through clinical internships, she has gained knowledge working with patients of all ages from infancy to elderly (she has a soft spot for the kiddos).  Her goal is to become a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMPT) as well as to become more involved in the community by working with young athletes.

Dr. Hong has developed a love for fitness over the years and is passionate with helping patients achieve their goals.  As a Virginia Tech alumna, she strives to always follow the motto, “Ut Prosim,” (That I May Serve).  She is also a HUGE Hokie football fan!

Javin Sterner comes to Saylor Physical Therapy from a local orthopedic, outpatient clinic. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he received his Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology in 2008. He then attended Western Carolina University, where he received his Masters in Physical Therapy. Javin received extensive training in orthopedic physical therapy while at Western Carolina and focused his clinical rotations in the outpatient setting. Javin is a strong manual therapist specializing in the Maitland technique. His goal is to be a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) by the end of 2013. Through this specialty he receives advanced training in restoring joint mobility and strength, as well as, alleviating pain. He enjoys treating patients of all ages and with various conditions. As his specialty is orthopedics, he frequently treats patients with neurological and vestibular problems. With a family of three at home, Javin stays very active. He enjoys spending time with his family, working out at the local YMCA and attending sport and other community events here in the Mooresville area.

Carrie Magoulas recently moved to Mooresville from Virginia where she worked in an outpatient orthopedic and neuro rehab for 8 years. Prior to that she had experience with hospital and skilled nursing rehab. Carrie is a Minnesota native and attended the University of North Dakota where she graduated in 2002 with her Master of Physical Therapy degree. Go Sioux!! She then received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010 from Virginia Commonwealth University. Carrie has experience with stroke and spinal cord injury rehab, vestibular and balance disorders, and various orthopedic conditions. Her goal is to become an Orthopedic Certified Specialist. She enjoys working with her patients to decrease pain, restore function, and improve strength and stability. Carrie enjoys being outdoors, running, hiking, camping, biking with her husband, and walking with Rocky, her German Shepard.


Debra Haney

Debra Haney, OTR/L  was born and raised in Wichita, KS. Go Shockers! She graduated in 1996 with a BS degree in Occupational Therapy, Magna Cum Laude. She is Board certified and licensed to practice in North Carolina, with over 20 years of experience. She trained with a private practice of board-certified hand surgeons, certified hand therapists, and joined their team for 17 years in Charlotte, treating clients from 2 to 99 years old. Go Panthers! Her experience includes skilled custom splinting, extensive hands-on and manual therapy, tendon/nerve injuries, post-surgical care, industrial/acute/accumulative injuries, arthritis, amputations, wound/scar/burns, work hardening, U.E. (upper extremity) FCE’s, fractures, dislocations, and extensive worker’s compensation care. More recently, she has experience in an Orthopedic setting, including shoulder and elbow care, as well as skilled nursing/geriatric care.

Debbie is excited to work with people of all ages, teaching and helping them become strong, pain-free, and functionally independent again! She enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children, working in the yard, and being active in their church. Her goal is to become a Certified Hand Therapist, teaching others to appreciate the intricate creation of our hands!

Dr. Lauren Lee is an Eastern North Carolina native who graduated from East Carolina University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program. Prior to that, she completed her Bachelors of Science in Biology and Exercise Science at the University of Mount Olive, where she competed as a Division II Volleyball athlete. Throughout her educational, clinical, and athletic experiences, Lauren has developed a passion for outpatient orthopedic care with a focus in manual therapy.  She has knowledge and training ranging across the age spectrum, from children with developmental delays, weekend warriors, and even to older adults following joint replacements. Lauren aspires to further her training by becoming a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT). She believes that patient-focused care provided in a fun, friendly environment is the first step towards positive outcomes and she is excited to get you back in the game.

This small town girl enjoys keeping her competitive side alive by participating in indoor/outdoor volleyball leagues, running, watching any and all sports, and exploring this beautiful city. 

Megan Aispuro

Megan Aispuro is a Mooresville High School graduate and has spent most of her life residing in Mooresville. She attended Mitchell Community College and received a Certificate in Esthetics. She has worked in the customer service industry for over ten years and enjoys interacting with people. She is one of seven children and loves spending time with her big, loving family.Her pride and joy is her amazing four-year-old daughter, Leona.

Zoe Verlie

Zoe Verlie is a senior at Mooresville High School. She has lived in Mooresville her whole life and comes from a big family. She loves anything art or music related. She enjoys oil painting and spending time with friends & family. She plans to attend Savannah College of Art and Design and pursue a career in the art business. She is our part-time Office Manager, and loves being a part of the Saylor Family!


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Saylor Physical Therapy is an independent outpatient physical therapy clinic who is dedicated to being a Quality based clinic not quantity based.

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