Monday – Friday: 7:30 am – 7:00 pm
- Athletic Performance Assessments
- Outpatient Physical Therapy
- Headache Management
- Manual Physical Therapy
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Spine Care & Rehabilitation
- Work-Related Rehabilitation
Bobby Curtis, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, RKC, Clinic Director
Bobby is originally from Allen, Texas and while attending Allen, was a two-sport athlete in both baseball and football. He went onto college at Wayland Baptist University on a baseball scholarship and was a corner infielder for all 4 years while obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Biology. After college, Bobby attended Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock where he obtained his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
He is an American Board Certified Sports Specialist, focusing on athletes and emphasizing the importance of proper rotational movement patterns while maintaining stability and proper alignment. He also has extensive experience with the orthopedic population including overuse injuries, acute trauma, as well as post-surgical conditions of the spine and extremities. His treatment philosophies emphasize Trigger point dry needling, spinal manipulation, joint specific mobilizations, myofascial release, soft tissue specific treatments, and management of chronic cervicogenic, cluster, and tension related headaches.
Bobby also believes and practices heavily in the area of Functional strength and conditioning, leading him to obtain his national certification in Strength and Conditioning, along with Russian Kettlebell training certification. Bobby has spent significant time rehabbing high-school, collegiate, and professional athletes, as well as Olympic athletes and Special Forces Operators in his past, thus allowing them to compete and serve at the highest level possible while accomplishing their goals. He has also spent time rehabbing and helping PGA professionals at his previous locations in Arizona, leading him to obtain his Titleist Performance Institute certification as well. In his spare time, Bobby enjoys bird hunting with his two gundogs, Duke and Gus, and loves everything that keeps him outdoors and moving.
John Hart, PT, DPT
John was born and raised in Midland, Texas, and attended Midland High School where he played varsity tennis for 3 years. He attended Texas Christian University, then transferred to Texas Tech University where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science. John then attended Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
John has 5 years of experience treating all types of orthopedic patients, with an emphasis in lumbar and cervical pain. He utilizes several treatment techniques, including, spinal manipulation, trigger point dry needling, joint mobilization, and functional exercise to ensure the best outcomes for all patients. John also puts a huge emphasis on correcting patient’s movement patterns as well as work ergonomics in order to ensure long term pain relief. In addition to the orthopedic population John also treats dizziness and imbalance, including Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, and other complex vestibular issues that require specialized treatment.
John believes it is vital to incorporate strength and conditioning into each rehabilitation program to ensure positive outcomes and long-term relief of symptoms. In his free time John enjoys reading all types of genres and going to as many concerts as he possibly can.
Brittney Dillman, PT, DPT
Brittney is from Elizabeth, Colorado. Growing up, she played softball where she suffered a knee injury that kindled her interest in the physical therapy process. She came to Texas to pursue an undergrad degree in athletic training at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. Following her Bachelor’s degree, she continued her education at Hardin-Simmons by obtaining a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Currently, Brittney is certified athletic trainer with experience working with various sports and skill levels. She is also certified in the Functional Movement Screen and Sportsmetrics for ACL rehabilitation and prevention. She has extensive experience with orthopedic rehabilitation for overuse injuries and post-surgical conditions. Her specialization is treatment techniques involving dry needling, joint mobilization, soft tissue work, and functional exercise.
She places a strong emphasis on manual therapy along with strength and conditioning which she believes is a significant aspect of the journey to recovery. Outside of physical therapy, Brittney enjoys being outside, hiking, traveling, cheering on her favorite Denver sports teams, and spending time with her dog, Belle.
Jaci Felderhoff, PT, DPT, CSCS
Jaci Felderhoff is a licensed physical therapist. Jaci graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from the University of Texas, where she spent much of her time playing and coaching club volleyball. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Woman’s University in Dallas, Texas. Jaci has experience treating a variety of patient populations with special interest in treating the spine and shoulder. Throughout her physical therapy career, she has enjoyed working closely with athletes of all ages including youths, high school, collegiate, and professionals, as well as the weekend warrior. Her treatment philosophy includes restoring dynamic stability throughout functional movement patterns, while placing special emphasis on manual therapy, including Trigger Point Dry-Needling and myofascial distraction techniques. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Jaci enjoys utilizing sport specific strength and power activities in her treatments to enhance successful return to sport and to propel her athletes to higher performance.
Jaci is currently pursuing her American Board Specialty Certification in Sports Therapy. She is excited to expand her clinical knowledge and toolbox with particular interest in return to sports rehabilitation and injury prevention. Her background playing competitive volleyball has instilled a passion for helping others attain their highest performance level and motivating each patient to always strive to be better, faster, and stronger both on and off the court.
Jaci is an avid baseball fan and enjoys rooting for her fellow Longhorns. In her spare time, Jaci enjoys working out, playing sand volleyball, and watching Netflix documentaries.