Physical Therapists

Rich McGrath

MPT, Head Therapist

Jake Myers

Jake Myers, PT, DPT

Jacob Myers is a licensed Physical Therapist with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He is also a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling.

Jacob is a native Texan who earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology at Kansas State University. He returned to Texas to receive his doctorate degree in physical therapy from UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. Jacob has experience treating a variety of injuries and patient populations in the orthopedic setting.

Jacob is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling, an effective treatment to decrease pain and increase function. One can often see positive results in just one treatment session!

Jacob and his lovely wife Annie currently live in Southwest Fort Worth. He likes to run, lift weights, play basketball, swing dance with his wife, and spend time outdoors. Jacob is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is active in his local church.

Mike Matthews, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT

Mike, born and raised in Lubbock, TX, has been working in the field of physical therapy since 2005. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Health Sciences in 2008 and Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2010 from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

He has received extensive training on various schools of thought for orthopedic care from MTI to COMT with a heavy emphasis manual based therapy.

He is also recognized as certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the McKenzie Institute (MDT). MDT is a reliable process of assessment and treatment that is patient centered and utilizes self-empowering treatments and protocols. He has more recently earned Certification in Applied Functional Sciences.

Mike enjoys running, weightlifting, martial arts, hunting, fishing, football season, and spending time with his family.

Krystal Ackermann, MPT

Krystal has 14 years of clinical experience working in outpatient orthopedics setting. She started her career working in occupational medicine working with worker’s compensation patients assisting in facilitating return to work. She moved to Texas in 2012 and transfer to North Texas Orthopedics specializing in orthopedics and sports medicine working under multiple therapists and surgeons. Krystal enjoys working with all types of patients from athletes to occupational medicine. She is able to speak basic conversational Spanish and enjoys the opportunity to work with these patients.

In her free time, Krystal enjoys hiking, yoga, biking, watching dogs, and pickle ball. She was a former professional racquetball player who has had 5 knee surgeries and understands being on the rehab side of things. She is FMS and sportsmetrics certified. Her treatment style incorporates manual therapy, functional exercise, cupping, kinesiotaping, and postural education.

Brittany McCright, DPT, ECS, OCS

Brittany graduated with a BSEd from Baylor University and was Commissioned into the United States Air Force in 2009. From there, she was competitively selected for the US Army Baylor Doctor of Physical Therapy program and graduated in 2012. She served Active Duty in the Air Force for 8 years including assignments at Lackland Air Force Base where she led the Basic Military Training clinic and Randolph Air Force Base where she was the Physical Medicine Flight Commander. She transitioned into the Air Force Reserve in 2017 at which time she and her family settled in Fort Worth.

Brittany is board certified in both Clinical Electrodiagnostics and Orthopedic Clinical Specialty. She is also Therapeutic Dry Needling certified. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, and cycling.

Melissa Seaver, PTA

Melissa earned her Physical Therapist Assistant Degree in 2021 from Tarrant County College. Prior to earning her PTA degree, she received her medical asstant and certified nursing assistant licenses while her husband served in the military.

In Melissa’s spare time she enjoys kayaking, hiking, camping and spending time with her husband and “fur children”. She loves playing sports and is involved in a pro bono Physical Therapy clinic that serves those in the Fort Worth area who are low-income and uninsured

Your First & Subsequent Visits


Sign of a Good Therapist:

They are quick in determining your needs, teach you self-care tips and bring fast results.


A good therapist will listen, understand and be quick in determining your needs. They will offer treatment that bring immediate results and is more skilled and experienced than the one who may spend a lot of one-on-one time with you but doesn’t deliver.

Unless you have an unusual, complex condition a good physical therapist will bring fast improvement.


Be prepared to undergo a complete physical exam on your first visit. It may take between 45-60 minutes for the entire visit.

Be wary of the facility where you don’t
Learn something new at each and every visit. Self-care and home exercise instruction are essentials for fast results. Don’t waste time in your therapy visits and run out of insurance benefits before your goals are met.


You’ll need to expose the body part that is effected (knee, shoulder, back, etc.). Loose fitting apparel such as sweats and t-shirt are ideal, otherwise you may have to use a gown.

We are now seeing all patients at our office at
6311 Southwest Blvd, Benbrook, TX 76132.


The Bryant Irvin location is CLOSED.