PT, DPT, OCS, Cert.DN
Doctor of Physical Therapy & Orthopedic Specialist
Clinically, she enjoys treating a wide variety of patients of all ages and diagnoses. She especially enjoys helping our military and first responders return to their jobs and lives. She utilizes exercise, manual therapy, modalities, and functional training with all of her patients to provide the highest level of customer service and rehabilitation based on the most current education and research.
She is an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, certified by the APTA, and is also certified in dry needling. She has been an invited guest lecturer at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Physical Therapy program in Dallas and has been an adjunct faculty member at Texas Woman’s University in Dallas. She has also provided community education to promote health and fitness to the public in some of her favorite areas of study: running, pelvic floor strength, and exercise during pregnancy.
Tina is a mother of three wonderful children (Ella, born in 2005, Jesse, born in 2007, and Bryna born in 2011). Outside the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, taking pictures and learning more about photography, volunteering at her church, traveling to visit family, baking, and working out.