Jake Spivey, PT
Jake Spivey is a licensed physical therapist and the Clinic Manager/Partner at SportsCare & Rehabilitation.
A native of Austin, Texas, Jake received his physical therapy degree from Southwest Texas State University and has been providing patient care in the Dallas area since 1995. Prior to providing physical therapy in Plano with SportsCare & Rehabilitation, Jake held a variety of physial therapy postions from staff therapist to manager in facilities in Dallas. Jake served four years active duty and seven years in the reserves for the U.S. Navy.
Jake treats patients with general orthopedic injuries sustained from work or play, specializing in the treatment of knee and shoulder injuries. He has a strong interest in sports physical therapy and rehabilitation, and treats many local athletes, at all levels of experience. Jake has developed a passion for working with runners and triathletes of all calibers, to help with the prevention and relief of injury through the couse of training.
In his leisure time, Jake enjoys competing in triathlons and marathons with his wife, Misty, as well as playing golf with friends.
Kecia Howard, DPT
Kecia Howard graduated with her Bachelor of Kinesiology Pre-PT from St. Edward’s University in 2010. She then attended Texas Woman’s University and obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014. She has a special interest in the out-patient orthopaedic setting, and enjoys treating a variety of disorders ranging from low back pain, sport injuries, and post surgical rehabilitation.
She is currently pursuing her specialization in manual therapy with the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT), and enjoys learning hands on skills to help better return patient’s to their prior level of performance and activity.
In her spare time, Kecia enjoys weight lifting and competing in bodybuilding figure competitions, as well as relaxing with a lot of Netflix.
Paul Sicard, PT, OCS
Paul Sicard graduated with his Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman's University in 1998. Since then Paul has primarily worked in outpatient physical therapy settings. His special interests are in orthopedic and manual therapy. To that end, Paul obtained his board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist from the American Physical Therapy Association in 2009 and became a certified provider of the Graston Technique in 2014.
Paul's philosophy is that physical therapy should be a cooperative and progressive experience to return each client to the level of activity that they expect. This involves individual care and Paul utilizes an eclectic approach to the treatment of injuries incorporating manual techniques, exercise/sports progression, and evidence-based knowledge.
Outside of his professional career, Paul loves the challenge of raising his two sons and keeping them involved in sports and cub/boy scout activities. He especially enjoys soccer, hiking, camping, and some leisure fishing.