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Move It Physical Therapy consists of a husband and wife team, Dr. Noe Sariban (pronounced "Noah"), and Dr. Natalie Sariban.  They each completed a Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Duke University’s School of Medicine in 2013.

Dr. Noe Sariban


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  • Duke University:

    • Doctor of Physical Therapy 

  • University of Maryland:        2006-2010

    • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

Dr. Noe Sariban graduated from the University of Maryland with Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2010, and completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Duke University's School of Medicine in 2013.


Noe has wide-ranging experience treating Orthopedic and Sports conditions, and enjoys helping people either return to their prior level of function in order to perform the activities they love, or elevate them to new levels! His interest in Manual Therapy techniques led him to specialized training through the Spinal Manipulation Institute. Noe gained advanced skills and certifications in Spinal Manipulations (also known as adjustments), Dry Needling, Extremity manipulations, and soft tissue techniques which he employs in his practice, thus improving treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction. Additional certifications include: Certified Pickleball Teaching Professional, and the Functional Movement Screen.

Noe understands that everyone is different, and has different goals for Physical Therapy.  He enjoys the challenge of fully understanding the patients concerns in order to establish an individualized program that meets his clients goals.  Thus, using a multitude of techniques, Noe not only selects the most appropriate techniques, but tailors them to maximize effectiveness. 

Noe's love of sports led to his passion for optimizing human performance especially with respect to treating physical injuries and limitations. He has played competitive Soccer, Tennis, and Basketball and enjoys skiing and snowboarding. He is also an avid golfer.

This extensive athletic background has helped Noe understand the needs and demands of many sports and what it takes to compete at a high level. When combining his expertise in advanced Manual Therapy techniques with his knowledge of athletics, Noe is able to achieve the best possible outcomes for his patients and help them be active and involved with any activity (recreational or professional) they love, or return to their activities following injuries.

Noe is a Level II Certified Medical Provider through the Titleist Performance Institute. TPI Medical Certification gives medical professionals golf-specific injury assessment and rehabilitation techniques to get players back in the game, as well as prevent injuries. Noe will work closely with your golf professional to provide a comprehensive approach to improving your golf game!


Noe is also a professional Pickleball player and a National Champion who participates in tournaments around the country. He is sponsored by Engage Pickleball, a paddle manufacturer, and teaches Pickleball training camps and clinics throughout the US. He also serves as Engage’s DPT providing assistance and on-site therapy to top professionals at major tournaments. Noe is known as The Pickleball Doctor in the Pickleball community and started a website ( providing free information on Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation for Pickleball players.

In his spare time, Noe enjoys spending time with his family and friends, and especially with Natalie and daughter Lucie. Noe enjoys cooking and traveling to as many countries as possible, playing golf, and spends a lot of time on the Pickleball court.

Natalie graduated from Vanderbilt University with Bachelor of Science in Child Development in 2010, and completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) at Duke University's School of Medicine in 2013.


Natalie, in addition to general physical therapy experience, has specialized training with infants and children.  Natalie has worked with children as young as six days old and has experience treating children with a wide range of developmental conditions including: torticollis and plagiocephaly, developmental delay, genetic disorders, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Down syndrome, autism and developmental coordination disorder.  She has also helped children return to sports and activities following bone fractures and joint injuries.


Natalie also has wide-ranging experience working with adults of all ages in orthopedics, helping patients recover from joint surgeries or replacements, balance disorders, and general pain. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and teaches yoga in group classes, private sessions, and often incorporates yoga based techniques into her physical therapy treatment sessions. 

Natalie believes in offering comprehensive treatment interventions to allow each patient to maximize their potential. She emphasizes the development of pain-free functional movement patterns to encourage her patients to progress safely towards movement and lifestyle goals.  Natalie looks forward to helping you work towards optimal health and wellness!

In her spare time, Natalie enjoys spending time with Noe and Lucie, hiking, horseback riding, and doing yoga. She loves to cook and travel, and learn about different cultures around the world. Natalie's favorite country to visit so far has been Japan.

Dr. Natalie Sariban


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  • Duke University:

    • Doctor of Physical Therapy 

  • Vanderbilt University:                2006-2010

    • Bachelor of Science in Child Development

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