Physical Therapists

Rich McGrath

MPT, Head Therapist

Jake Myers, PT

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

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

Jake and his lovely wife Annie currently live in SW Fort Worth. He likes to running, lifting weights, playing basketball, swing dance with his wife, and spending time outdoors. Jake is a member of the national physical therapy organization, the APTA, 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.

Mike, his wife, and his son life in Fort Worth. He enjoys running, weightlifting, martial arts, hunting, fishing, football season, and spending time with his family.

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.

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