Eliette
Physical Therapist

In addition to being on staff as a physical therapist, Eliette is also the Clinical Director of KidTherapy. Before receiving her Masters of Physical Therapy at Southwest Texas State University, she received a Masters of Education from the University of Texas at Austin. Since graduating as a physical therapist, she has had experience in various pediatric therapy fields, including outpatient, home health, and early childhood intervention programs, and has treated children with a multitude of diagnoses affecting their movement abilities. She uses therapeutic techniques such as cardiovascular endurance training, neuro-muscular re-education, serial casting, therapeutic taping, therapeutic exercise, and sensory integrative techniques to assist each child’s progress with motor skills. Eliette believes strongly in open communication between referring physicians, parents, and therapists so that every person in the child’s healthcare team is working together for the child’s benefit.

Rachel
Physical Therapist

Rachel graduated, from South College in 2017, with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree. Rachel's clinical experience include, outpatient orthopedic, such as SCI, TBI, and pelvic floor. Rachel likes to enhance her creative treatment inventions, which provide fundamental skills to her patients. Rachel's favorite thing about being a therapist is renewing hope and self-efficiency in others. She likes using techniques that are patient-centered and evidence based. Rachel also likes to travel, and spend time with her three fur children.

Ashley
Physical Therapist

  Ashley graduated in 2019 from the University of Texas Medical Branch with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She has experience working in outpatient clinics and a level 1 trauma acute care hospital. Her clinical interests include orthopedic based injuries and sport injuries.  Ashley likes to use techniques such as neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic exercise, functional activity and manual therapy. Her favorite thing about being a therapist is watching patients progress throughout their plan of care.   Pic coming soon