Chris is from Texarkana, Texas and grew up playing soccer, hunting, fishing and participating in Boy Scouts. Chris achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, and in 1993, received his Vigil honor in the Order of the Arrow. Chris completed his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Sport Science in 2000 from Texas State University and completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2007 from Texas State University. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from EIM in 2012, and completed his orthopedic residency and certification in manual therapy in 2010.
Chris has a passion for treating orthopedic conditions and particularly enjoys treating headaches, shoulder pain, low back pain, neck pain and surgical recovery. Chris understands the importance of overall wellness and incorporates hydration, nutrition, mental health and sleep when helping people recover from pain and injury. Chris is also a health and fitness coach and enjoys helping people reach their personal health and fitness goals.
Chris’s treatment approach is centered around developing an individualized plan for each of his patients. He understands that each patient has unique needs and goals, and everyone deserves to have a therapist that takes time to listen to their questions and concerns. He understands that recovering from an injury can sometimes be difficult and stressful, and he wants his patients to find value and compassion in their time with him.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys hiking, camping, fly fishing, snowboarding, rock climbing, working out, and spending time with his niece and nephews. He also enjoys painting, playing the guitar and writing.