Brett BeuningPT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Brett Beuning holds a clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy, graduating from Regis University in 2006. He is Board Certified in Orthopaedic (OCS) physical therapy, and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT).
Dr. Beuning is the Program Director for Evidence In Motion’s Clinical Excellence Network, a national program for physical therapy clinical education. He is faculty in both the post-doctoral residency and fellowship programs for Evidence In Motion, and teaches in Evidence In Motion’s Resident Virtual Rounds program. He also acts as a Residency Mentor Leader for residents and regularly mentors fellows, residents and interns in clinic.
Dr. Beuning and his wife, Debra, have three children. He and his family have spent most of their lives in the cold climates of Minnesota and Colorado. In his spare time, he enjoys music, woodworking and playing hockey. The Beuning family enjoys camping, hiking, biking, and skiing.
Alyson EllisPT, DPT, OCS
Alyson Ellis received her clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy from Youngstown State University in Ohio and is currently participating in the Hosted Orthopaedic Residency through Evidence In Motion (EIM).
Prior to joining the TexPTS team, Alyson worked as a research assistant co-authoring several research projects and publications. She has a strong passion for orthopaedics and manual therapy.
Alyson and her husband, Jeff, currently reside in New Braunfels, Texas. Outside of work, Alyson enjoys Taekwondo, sports of all kinds, and live music.
Mikayla GeorgePT, DPT, PES
Dr. K. Mikayla George received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology with emphasis in Human Performance from Stanford University in 2012. She went on to receive her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Regis University in Denver, CO in 2016. She is currently participating in a combined Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy through Evidence In Motion (EIM).
Mikayla enjoys working with orthopedic patients across the life span, but has a particular passion for working with the athletic population.
When not in the clinic, Mikayla enjoys reading, snuggling her dog Lucy, yoga and being outdoors. She especially loves camping, hiking and lounging in her hammock.
David G. Greathouse
David G. GreathousePT, PhD, ECS, FAPTA
David G. Greathouse is the Director of Clinical Electrophysiology Services at TexPTS. He holds a BA in biology and physical education from Marshall University, a Certificate in Physical Therapy from the D.T. Watson School of Physiatrics, and a MS (Education/Physical Therapy) and PhD (Anatomy) from the University of Kentucky. Dr. Greathouse is a Diplomate, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.
From 1970-1996, Dr. Greathouse served in the United States Army attaining the rank of Colonel. Colonel Greathouse had clinical assignments at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (staff therapist), Washington, DC; Irwin Army Community Hospital (assistant chief), Ft. Riley, KS; Brooke Army Medical Center (staff therapist), Fort Sam Houston, TX; and 196th Station Hospital (Chief PT), Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), Mons, Belgium. From 1985-1990, Dr. Greathouse was the Director, U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Physical Therapy, Fort Sam Houston, TX. From 1990-1993, Colonel Greathouse served as the Chief, Physical Therapist Section, Office of The Surgeon General, Falls Church, VA; and from 1993-1996, he was the Chief, Army Medical Specialist Corps, Office of The Surgeon General, Falls Church, VA.
From 1996-2005, Dr. Greathouse served as the founding chair and associate dean of the Belmont University School of Physical Therapy, Nashville, TN. During this time, he also was an Adjunct Professor, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine where he was a member of the anatomy team teaching gross anatomy to the first year medical students. Dr. Greathouse also was a Clinical Electrophysiologist (EMG/NCS) in the Neurology Clinic, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Ft. Campbell, KY.
Dr. Greathouse has published over 50 manuscripts and 9 book chapters/monologues, and has given over 100 professional presentations. He is currently a member of the International Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT), and a manuscript reviewer for Physical Therapy and Clinical Anatomy. He served as the President, JOSPT BOD from 2005-2014. Dr. Greathouse is a past member of the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (1989-1993 and 2005-2009; Chair 1991-1993); Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (2005-2009); Research Advisory Committee (1991-1997) and Scientific Review Committee (1998-2001) for the Foundation for Physical Therapy; and an Associate Editor for JOSPT (1996-1998). He was a recipient of the Clinical Electrophysiology Section (APTA) Award of Excellence in 1999. Dr. Greathouse was named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the APTA in 2006. In 2013, Dr. Greathouse was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Hall of Fame.
His current teaching positions include the U.S. Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy, Fort Sam Houston, TX (Adjunct Professor); Creighton University DPT Program, Omaha, NE (Professor, contributed services basis); Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT (Adjunct Faculty); U.S. Army- Baylor University Post-Professional Doctoral Program in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX (Adjunct Clinical Faculty); and Texas State University DPT Program, San Marcos, TX (Adjunct Professor).
Marcy received her Associate of Applied Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant while in the Air Force. During her 20 years serving, she also completed an Associate of Applied Science degree in avionics systems technology.
Throughout the course of her career Marcy has had the opportunity to develop her skills in a variety of venues, including deployment in support of a contingency hospital during Operation Desert Storm, outpatient orthopaedics, wound care, pediatrics, and sports medicine. She continues to be passionate about making a positive impact on her patient’s lives.
Marcy met her husband Jeff, with whom she shares four beautiful children, while stationed in Okinawa, Japan. When not in the clinic, Marcy enjoys spending time with family, interval training, kickboxing, practicing yoga, participating in church activities, and listening to music.
Steven NelsonPT, DPT, CSCS
Dr. Steven Nelson graduated with a Bachelor of Behavioral Science in Psychology at Hardin-Simmons University in 2009. He went on to receive a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas State University in 2016. He is currently enrolled in Evidence in Motion’s (EIM) Orthopedic Hosted Residency and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
Dr. Nelson enjoys working with all orthopaedic patients with a special interest in pain neuroscience education, metabolic syndromes, and athletes.
Steven currently resides in San Marcos with his wife, Hannah, and dachshund poodle, Charlie. Outside of work, he enjoys playing any sport, weightlifting/conditioning, and exploring the Hill Country with his wife.
Breanne RileyPT, DPT
Breanne Riley attended Texas A&M to receive a bachelor of arts in biology with a minor in Spanish. She received her clinical doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and is currently participating in the manual therapy certification through Evidence in Motion (EIM). She currently serves as adjunct faculty at University of the Incarnate Word facilitating students in a problem based learning curriculum.
Breanne’s passion for working with patients with lymphedema has led her to become a certified lymphedema therapist. She is LANA certified and frequently speaks at breast CA support groups to educate and connect with the community.
Breanne’s mission is to facilitate success for her patients by empathy born from previous experience in PT as a patient, constant drive for clinical excellence, and providing best care. When she is not treating patients, she is running, dancing, participating in dog agility, and exploring Texas.
Katie SchweitzerPT, DPT
Katie Schweitzer graduated from The University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s of Arts in English and Russian in 2009. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia, in 2015. She is currently enrolled in Evidence In Motion’s Orthopaedic Hosted Residency.
Dr. Schweitzer enjoys working with orthopaedic patients of all ages, with special interest in pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy pain, and persistent pain.
Katie enjoys spending time outdoors with her fiancé, Adam, and two dogs Wally and Sasha. A former collegiate rower, she enjoys getting on the water whenever possible and finding pavement for her road bike. She loves to relax by reading classic literature.
Ashley SloanPT, DPT
Ashley Sloan has her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO and is currently participating in a hosted Orthopaedic Residency at Texas PTS through Evidence in Motion (EIM). Her professional interests include manual therapy and orthopaedics in community settings, as well as in oncology and geriatric physical therapy.
When not in the clinic, Ashley can be found enjoying the outdoors with her husband and two dogs. She especially enjoys bike riding, hiking, camping, kayaking and disc golf. When at home, she loves to cook and enjoys reading a good book.