Noah is a pitcher on the JPII High School Baseball team. He was 1st Team All Conference and started on Varsity as a Freshman!! He came to Youngs due to an arm injury and has utilized our physical therapy and sports performance services.
“I would recommend Youngs to other athletes because of the family environment and the amazing help they provide.” – Noah

“Jonathan and Youngs Physical Therapy have been proven to be an integral part of her support team. Soccer Coaches and Directors from Clubs all over the Southeast have noticed her strength and stamina on the field. Many have spoken with her directly after games about how impressed they were on how strong she finishes games.

We feel that Youngs provides athletes the ability to achieve their maximum potential and would recommend them to anyone who is interested excelling on the field.” – Scott Carpenter

“I would recommend Youngs because everybody treats each other like family and you get the best results.” – Caleb
We are continuously proud of Britni’s hard work on and off the court. Recently, she was invited to participate in the USA Volleyball Fall AND Winter training programs. She has also received two D1 basketball scholarship offers at Charleston Southern and NC A&T!

Britni shared: “I have always liked my experiences at Youngs. Me and my sister come to Youngs for recovery sessions and also when we have any type of injury they worked with us. The staff care and try to get us strong and stable so we can get back to playing. They know how important it is to us. They motivate us and also push us, but only to make sure we reach our goals. I recommend Youngs to my friends because I know they will get the help they need. My favorite part about coming to Youngs is that staff know me by name and they always talk to me and smile.”
Josh Murphy (wide receiver) and Rahjai Harris (running back) of ECU Football have been training with us and working extremely hard to prepare for the current football season! Their work ethic and dedication is unmatched and we are so proud of the example they set for young athletes in our community.
Emma is a competitive dancer at STARS Twirl Studio where she is a member of the Advanced Protege Team and is also a Feature Twirler at Ayden Grifton High School.
Meet Jordyn Chinigo! She plays volleyball for one of our partnership schools, Arendell Parrott Academy, and for the ECJVC 17 National Team. She also recently committed to play at WPU!
ECU Baseball Athletes: Garrett Saylor, Justin Wilcoxen and Ryan McCrystal!
Hugh Collins (starting pitcher), Perry Eveleth (starting catcher) and Davis Hathaway of JH Rose Baseball!

Meet Kylah! She plays on DH Conley Girls Basketball with goals to go to college and earn a starting position!
“If you go to Youngs, you will definitely see improvement very fast”