Courteous staff, excellent PTs, flexible scheduling. I highly recommend TexPTS. Excellent outcome with my shoulder therapy. Injuries happen; when anyone in my family needs a PT in the future, they’re headed to TexPTS!
The therapy I have received at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists is first rate in every regard. The entire team is extremely knowledgeable, thorough, and compassionate. I have already made significant improvement in just three weeks.
I have had a great experience with everyone at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists. Such a friendly, laid back, and encouraging environment. They are on top of their game, and you can tell by the way they greet patients, work with them, and manage their team.
The folks at TexPTS are caring, thoughtful, and very professional. They truly care about your injury and want you to get better! I would recommend them highly to anyone in need of physical therapy!
The therapists, are very nice, friendly, knowledgeable, and encouraging. Their assistants and the office staff are equally as nice and friendly. The facility is clean and spacious. All this together makes for a very pleasant rehab experience!
New Braunfels, TX 78130
Address & Contact1324 Common St.
New Braunfels, TX 78130 Get Directions p: (830) 625-7310 f: (830) 625-3228
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Meet the Staff
Alyson received her B.S. in applied science from Youngstown State University, where she also received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She has completed Orthopedic Residency through Evidence In Motion, as well as executive coaching from the University of Texas Dallas. Her specialties include orthopedics, pain, pelvic floor, and executive coaching.
In her free time, Alyson enjoys reading, live music and working out.
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 Orthopedic & 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 Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX (Adjunct Clinical Faculty); and Texas State University DPT Program, San Marcos, TX (Adjunct Professor).
Katie Schweitzer graduated from The University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s of Arts in English and Russian and then received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia. She is a graduate of Evidence in Motion’s (EIM) Orthopedic Residency and The International Institute of Spine and Pain’s Therapeutic Pain Science certification. She became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) in 2017.
Dr. Schweitzer enjoys working with orthopedic patients of all ages, with special interest in pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy pain, and persistent pain.
Katie enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, 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.
Alexandra is the Clinic Director at the New Braunfels location.
Alexandra (Ali) Higgins earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW). Prior to UIW, she graduated from Vassar College with her Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Behavior and a correlate sequence in Religious Studies. She completed her orthopedic residency through Evidence In Motion in 2017 and became a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS) in 2018. She has also completed a certification in neurologic clinic practice through NeuroRTI.
Dr. Higgins enjoys working with orthopedic patients of all ages with a particular interest in addressing neurological related pathologies.
A former collegiate basketball and soccer player, Ali participated in two NCAA basketball tournaments and a combined four conference championships. She is currently the only athlete in Vassar’s history to start in conference championships in two different sports. She continues to stay active through Crossfit and enjoys hanging out with her dog, Georgie.
Born and raised in North Olmsted, Ohio, Alyssa attended Ohio University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology. She then went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from South College in Knoxville, TN. Alyssa is a graduate from Evidence In Motion’s Residency Program where she became a Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS). Her most recent accomplishment is earning the title of Therapeutic Pain Specialist (TPS) through Purdue University and Evidence In Motion.
Alyssa enjoys working with orthopedic patients of all ages and conditions but has a special passion for treating athletes and patients with knee pain.
As an Ohio native, Alyssa is a loyal Cleveland sports fan and catches a game whenever she has spare time. She loves living in Texas but misses Ohio’s fall and snowy winters.
Born and raised in Grand Prairie, TX, Kayte attended Southwestern University in Georgetown, majoring in Kinesiology. Intrigued by the field of academica and research, she decided to pursue graduate school at Texas State University. As a graduate student Kayte collaborated with the exercise science, nutrition, and physical therapy departments to research behavior change theories, and at that time decided to pursue a doctorate in physical therapy. Kayte went on to attend South College in Knoxville, TN, where she graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT).
Kayte enjoys treating orthopedic patients of all ages with special interests in behavior change, lymphedema, and the female athlete triad.
Outside of the clinic, Kayte likes to run, play with her three dogs, listen to live music, paint, play guitar, and laugh. She’s also trained as an opera singer for two years, ran a marathon, is a published author, and has traveled to 10 countries.
Born and raised in Camp Wood, Texas, Lucinda received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Angelo State University. She then went on to complete her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Currently, Lucinda is an Orthopedic Resident working towards working towards becoming a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist and is certified in Trigger-Point Dry Needling.
Lucinda enjoys treating all orthopedic patients but has a special interest in post-operative rehab, as she loves going through each stage of the process with the patients. She also gets to see the biggest transformation and change in the patient’s abilities to complete the activities the enjoy from start to finish.
Outside the clinic, Lucinda enjoys spending time outside with her husband, Chas, and her two dogs, Harley and Zeus. In the fall, she loves watching a good game of University of Texas football.