Meggi Serrette, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Meggi received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2018 and her Bachelor of Behavioral Science from Hardin-Simmons University in 2012.

Meggi’s clinical interests include orthopedic manual therapy and educating patients about human anatomy and how the body functions to achieve optimal performance in everyday life. She is a resident of the Therapeutic Associates Orthopedic Residency Program and is pursuing her manual therapy certification through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).

She has spent most of her life in Texas, but she loves to travel and explore new places. Meggi enjoys all things outdoors, and in her free time you can find her hiking, golfing, snowboarding, or enjoying a good meal with friends and family.

Blog Posts written by Meggi Serrette

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Properly walk with a single arm assistive device

I have read that when you use a cane, you should have it on your good leg side but move it forward with your bad leg side. What if I feel that my left leg is weak and it may give out and I am afraid of falling? Can I then use the cane on the left side with that leg instead?

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Treatment plan for arthritis in knee

I have recently been diagnosed with substantial arthritis in my right knee. What type of therapy would you use?

My foot is swollen after an ankle fracture. When can I start walking?

It’s been 3 weeks and my foot is still swollen. My condition was made from a small ankle fracture on my left foot. On my first week I was in bed rest then half of my second week I was on crutches and later went to the walker boot. My question is, even though my foot is swollen , could I be able to start walking on my foot again or should I wait more until it’s full gone?