Matthew found is way into physical therapy through sports injuries of his own along with a little nudge from life itself. he has also devoted his time and skills in helping adults and children overcome the mental, emotional, and physical challenges of pain, genetic disorders, and all orthopedic impairments. Matthew holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. He has experience with Tai Chi, yoga, dry needling, myofacial release, deep tissue massage, and a variety of other therapeutic interventions. He continues to expand his knowledge base through a continuing education in order to bring the most relevant treatment protocols to his patients.
Being an avid outdoorsman and, self admittedly his own worst patient, Matthew understands the struggle of living with pain, physical setbacks, and the wear and tear the human body experiences from day to day. He strives to make every effort in taking the time to develop a relationship with each patient and their needs individually to be sure he brings the best health and wellness care they need. he takes pride and joy in his therapy as patients walk in with an ailment and he witnesses them experience relief, gain strength, and return to the activities hey enjoy. In his off time, he spends time with his wife and 2 children traveling, camping, biking, and playing. He lives by the motto " laughter is free medicine".