Dr. Nathan Mayberry
EDUCATION: University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
CERTIFICATIONS: PT, DPT, CMTPT, OCS, CSCS, PHC, CertDxUS
About Mayberry Physiotherapy
Welcome to Mayberry Physiotherapy. I'm Dr. Nate Mayberry. I'm a licensed physical therapist, board-certified orthopedic specialist, and strength coach focusing on delivering individualized and evidence-based care for patients across Anne Arundel County Maryland from Edgewater to Annapolis and Severna Park to Glen Burnie as well as Baltimore, Maryland.
I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland in Baltimore. I continued my training and education and received board-certification as an orthopedic specialist. Less than 10% of all practitioners have this training or certification.
I'm recognized as a Specialized Dry Needling Practitioner by the Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. My Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification is through NSCA. I'm also a faculty member for Myopain Seminars, the world’s leader in dry needling and trigger point education. While working with Myopain Seminars I have helped train many physical therapists throughout the country in the skill of dry needling. My clinical interests involve sports medicine, managing patients with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, diagnostic ultrasound, trigger point dry needling, and Men's Health.
I've worked with a wide variety of patients, ranging from professional athletes to individuals with chronic pain. I'm well versed in assessing and managing numerous athletic and chronic pain conditions such as back and neck pain, concussions, hip pain, shoulder pain, hypermobility, TMJ disorders, headaches, pelvic pain, and unfortunately, patients that “traditional PT therapy” didn't help.
I've authored scientific journal articles focusing on topics such as myofascial pain, hyper-mobility, hypo-mobility, externally focused exercise, and manual therapy. In addition to publishing, I serve as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Bodywork and Movement.
My Patient Success Stories
Here are some of my patient success stories and results. The key to achieving the outcomes you want is teamwork! This starts with active listening on my part followed by an agreed-upon treatment approach.
Adam is a professional baseball pitcher who was struggling with low back pain while throwing. As a result, he was having significant problems with his mechanics and accuracy. After performing an assessment, we decided several muscles were limiting his trunk rotation. After 3 sessions of dry needling and isolated strengthening, he was throwing pain-free!
Jane has Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and a long history of SI/Pelvis instability. The previous year she had over 100 injections in an attempt to improve ligament stability. After talking with and evaluating Jane we decided her best course of action was to engage in a progressive strength/stability program. To do this we would have to re-frame some preconceived notions about exercise and pain. After several months of fun, engaging, and challenging exercise she returned to normal life and had a renewed confidence in movement.
Following emergency surgery for a gastric ulcer, Sam had years of undiagnosed and mistreated stomach and testicular pain. After taking a detailed history and performing an evaluation we decided the damage to the abdominal muscles during the surgery was contributing to sensitized areas of muscle/fascia. After several sessions of manual therapy, dry needling, and therapeutic exercise/stretching we were able to signfiicantly reduce pain and improve quality of life.
Repetitive groin strains were keeping Colin from being able to stay healty on the soccer pitch throughout the season. He has been getting "realigned" weekly by current physical therapist but it doesn't seem to be holding. After assessing his strength in several functional positions we determined his muscular capacity was not even close to what it needed to be to withstand the quck and explosive movements of soccer. After adding in some sport specific and challenging exercises we were able to get him playing pain free and stronger than ever.
Sasha came to the clinic with a long history of headaches, dizziness, and nausea. After reviewing her history and determing she was diagnosed with EDS, it was recommended she consult a neurosurgeon for specialized imaging to evaluate craniocervical stability. When it was determined she had cervical instability, she underwent surgery to correct the ligamentous laxity. Post-operatively she came back to PT to work on occulomotor, vestibular and cervical spine exercises. After months of PT she was able to return to school work again now that she could read without dehabilitaing headaches.
After several stressful years at a corporate job, Zack had developed severe and debilitating headaches, pain in his neck, upper back, and jaw. After assessing several systems involved with head/neck control we decided Zack needed a tune-up. We implemented exercises and manual therapy techniques to help desensitize the muscles of the head/jaw, improve convergence (the ability for the eyes to work together), improve vestibular function, and increase postural strength/endurance. After several months he was able to control his symptoms enough to return to a modified work schedule with improved ergonomics.
Due to concerns with his airway clearance and snoring at night, Tyler was placed in a mandibular advancement appliance to sleep in. Initially, his snoring was greatly improved. However, over several months he developed intense jaw pain (TMD/TMJ Syndrome) as well as clicking/popping. Additionally he had lost the abilty to fully close the left side of his jaw (malocclusion). After two sessions of dry needling of the lateral pterygoids he was able to fully close the L side of his jaw and the deviation/clicking was dramatically reduced. After consulting with his dentist, the amount of mandibular advancement was reduced and the patient was able to comfortably use his appliance again.
Office hours listed below are for new patient appointments only. Current patients, please schedule your next appointment now using this link.
Tuesday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Thursday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
New patients, please visit New Consultation Request.
For auto accidents, I accept Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and Medical Coverage for motor vehicle accidents. I'll submit invoices directly to your insurance company. I strongly recommend keeping track of your PIP and Medical Coverage expense levels because when your coverage is exhausted you'll be liable for any unpaid insurance claims.
Mayberry Physiotherapy is not in-network with private health insurance. However, if you have health insurance you may still be eligible for reimbursement. I will create an itemized SuperBill invoice for out-of-network (OON) services. I'll email this invoice to you following your PT session so that you can file your reimbursement claim. Many BCBS plans may receive up to 50% reimbursement. Other plans may reimburse 100% once the deductible has been met.
Health Savings Accounts (HSA) can be used for payment of physical therapy services.
Physical Therapy Fees
New Patient Evaluation
Therapy fee: $195
90-minute evaluation and hands-on treatment session
Identify underlying contributors to movement impairments and associated symptoms
Implement individualized treatment rehab plan
Schedule follow up sessions - if needed - and review take-home exercises and education to support recovery
Therapy fee: $180
60-minute treatment session
Existing patients only
Reassessment of progress in terms of range of motion and joint/muscle strength
Continuation of PT treatments and introduction of new movements and techniques
Rehabilitation plan modification, as needed
5-Pack of Physical
Therapy fee: $625
Pre-paid therapy bundle
Bundle includes five (5) 60-minute treatment sessions
$125 per session
PT sessions must be used in sixty (60) days after purchase
Designed for patients who need weekly PT sessions and consistency in treatment