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Driven Physical Therapy was established in 2023. We specialize in orthopedic rehabilitation, sports training, and preventative care for all ages.

Tim Drew and Family

About Dr. Tim Drew

I am currently the founder and owner of Driven Physical Therapy. I am a native of South Georgia where my two brothers and I were each drafted in the first round of the MLB draft. Before having a shoulder injury, I played professional baseball for the Cleveland Indians, Montreal Expos, Atlanta Braves, and Colorado Rockies. The injury led me to pursue a career in physical therapy. After attending Michigan State University for my undergraduate degree, I received my Doctor of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. I have been a practicing therapist in the Upstate since 2008.

As a Christ follower, I love utilizing the skills He has gifted me with to minister to everyone who comes to my clinic. I am married to my wonderful wife, Tara, and we have four children: Abigail, Madison, Wyatt, and Rhett. My family and I attend Concord Baptist Church where I am an active deacon and mentor for our men’s discipleship program, Radical Mentoring.

Noah Calvary

Noah Calvert, PT, DPT

I have spent my entire life in the Upstate of South Carolina, from growing up in Fountain Inn to going to college and physical therapy school locally at Anderson University. Growing up, I loved playing sports and I played baseball in high school. During my time at Anderson, my love of sports and my love for the Lord encouraged me to become heavily involved with athlete outreach while obtaining my undergraduate degree in kinesiology. I then continued my education and spent the next few years earning my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Anderson University as well, a place that I am very grateful for, and a place that helped shape me into the man I am today.

My sports background combined with a desire to build relationships and help people return to the things that they love helped me to land in the field of physical therapy. I have grown a passion for the profession as it gives me the ability to love the people that the Lord has put in front of me as they are going through a troubling time in their life. I am currently engaged to my best friend, Annie Kate, and will be getting married in June 2024. In my free time, I love spending time with my family and friends, playing basketball, cheering on the Braves and the University of Kentucky, and engaging in athlete outreach and discipleship opportunities within the church and local community. I am an active member of Upstate Church, and I am thankful for the opportunity to live and work in Anderson, SC!

Hank Sartain, PT, DPT

Hank Sartain, PT, DPT

I was born and raised in North Georgia before moving to Anderson, SC to attend Anderson University. I spent most of my childhood playing baseball before transitioning to focus on tennis later in highschool.  I played four years of tennis during my time at Anderson where I earned my undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. I then went on to receive my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Anderson University.

After going through physical therapy for numerous sports related injuries, I got to see how physical therapy can be used as a ministry to love and serve people everyday. After I got to college, I knew that God was calling me to the field of Physical Therapy on mission for him. Even after going through an ACL surgery and rehab while in PT school, I have seen the faithfulness of the Lord through it and how he is using it for his glory. Through all of my injuries, I have learned how important the process is not only physically but spiritually and mentally as well. I love utilizing the gifts and things I have learned along the way to help others get back to doing the things they love. I attend Newspring church where I am actively involved in the youth and kids ministries.

Kelsey McGill

Kelsey Davis, PTA

Kelsey grew up in Starr, SC.  She attended Lander University where she graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor's of Science degree.  Kelsey played collegiate softball as a pitcher and sustained a shoulder injury that resulted in surgery and PT.  This injury led Kelsey to pursue a career in Physical Therapy so she could help others get back to doing the things they love to do, just as the Physical Therapist helped her get back to pitching again.  In 2018-2019, Kelsey attended South College in Asheville, NC where she received her Physical Therapist Assistant license.  She has been practicing for 4.5 years and thoroughly enjoys being able to help others and share how the Lord has shaped her into the therapist she is today. 
Kelsey is married to husband, Tyler Mcgill and they are blessed with a precious little boy Davis McGill.  Kelsey coaches softball at Belton-Honea Path High School where she primarily works with pitchers.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being outside, and attending any sporting event.
Kay Morris, Office Manager

Kay Morris, Office Manager

Kay Morris is our office manager at Driven Physical Therapy. She has a diverse work history as a reporter and copy editor/news editor for The Columbia Record, the Myrtle Beach Sun Times, and The State newspapers. She also spent time as a stay-at-home mom, a preschool teacher, a kindergarten assistant, an office manager at another physical therapy clinic, and even a construction laborer in her college years. Kay is a proud graduate of the University of South Carolina where she met her beloved husband, Lee. The couple moved to Anderson 26 years ago. They have two sons, Lake, who is married to Angela, and Hunter. Both of her sons are also graduates of USC.

Kay enjoys spending time with her friends, but even more so with her family. She loves to read and to be near the water, whether that be the lake or by a beach. She also enjoys putting on tailgates for family and friends in Columbia when cheering on her Gamecocks, as well as cooking and sharing family recipes with others. Kay loves sports, especially football, baseball, and the Gamecocks women’s basketball team. Kay believes in treating others with kindness and respect and showing agape love to all. Kay is most looking forward to becoming a grandmother for the first time in February to a grandson!