Frisco

Frisco

Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

Services

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Outpatient Physical Therapy
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Spine Care & Rehabilitation
  • Work-Related Rehabilitation

Chris Bell, PT, Clinic Director

Chris Bell graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Daemen College in 1998. Since then Chris has advanced his skills in a variety of settings, including in-patient rehabilitation, acute care, and out-patient orthopedic rehabilitation. He has served in a variety of roles, from staff physical therapist to hospital COO.

More recently, Chris has focused his career on orthopedic and sports physical therapy. Chris’ goal in treating patients is not only to return the patient to their pre-injury performance, but also to educate them along the way, so that they better understand the potential causes of their injuries and how to avoid reoccurrence of those injuries. Chris enjoys the daily challenges of treating a variety of orthopedic injuries as well as neurological conditions.

Having previously competed in wrestling and judo, Chris now enjoys weightlifting and volleyball in his free time.

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Matt Wolfe, PT, DPT

Matthew Wolfe has worked in healthcare most of his adult life, starting as an Army medic at 19. Matt got out of the military to finish school and to get accepted to a physical therapy program. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center obtaining a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May of 2018.

Matt has six years of orthopedic and sports outpatient physical therapy experience. He is Pose level one certified running trainer and enjoys treating and educating athletes back to sport with focus of injury prevention. Matt believes is evaluating and treating the whole-body, educating patients how dysfunctional movement at one joint can affect joints above and below the chain. He is an advocate for a patient-centered approach to healthcare, believing that educating patients to make better informed decisions about their health leads to better outcomes and overall satisfaction of their health goals. Outside of orthopedics, Matt has casted a wide net and has experience in every setting physical therapy has to offer. Through this experience he has built an affinity for treating geriatric and those with neurological conditions.

Matt grew up in California and has spent four years in Japan, ask him about it! Matt enjoys reading, chess, bay area sports, and anything Sooner football. Boomer Sooner!

Frisco

Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

Services

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Outpatient Physical Therapy
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Spine Care & Rehabilitation
  • Work-Related Rehabilitation

Chris Bell, PT, Clinic Director

Chris Bell graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Daemen College in 1998. Since then Chris has advanced his skills in a variety of settings, including in-patient rehabilitation, acute care, and out-patient orthopedic rehabilitation. He has served in a variety of roles, from staff physical therapist to hospital COO.

More recently, Chris has focused his career on orthopedic and sports physical therapy. Chris’ goal in treating patients is not only to return the patient to their pre-injury performance, but also to educate them along the way, so that they better understand the potential causes of their injuries and how to avoid reoccurrence of those injuries. Chris enjoys the daily challenges of treating a variety of orthopedic injuries as well as neurological conditions.

Having previously competed in wrestling and judo, Chris now enjoys weightlifting and volleyball in his free time.

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Matt Wolfe, PT, DPT

Matthew Wolfe has worked in healthcare most of his adult life, starting as an Army medic at 19. Matt got out of the military to finish school and to get accepted to a physical therapy program. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center obtaining a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May of 2018.

Matt has six years of orthopedic and sports outpatient physical therapy experience. He is Pose level one certified running trainer and enjoys treating and educating athletes back to sport with focus of injury prevention. Matt believes is evaluating and treating the whole-body, educating patients how dysfunctional movement at one joint can affect joints above and below the chain. He is an advocate for a patient-centered approach to healthcare, believing that educating patients to make better informed decisions about their health leads to better outcomes and overall satisfaction of their health goals. Outside of orthopedics, Matt has casted a wide net and has experience in every setting physical therapy has to offer. Through this experience he has built an affinity for treating geriatric and those with neurological conditions.

Matt grew up in California and has spent four years in Japan, ask him about it! Matt enjoys reading, chess, bay area sports, and anything Sooner football. Boomer Sooner!