Even when there is not a pandemic, I think I would choose to do telehealth physical therapy because I’ve gotten great results in less time with a more flexible schedule. The ease of telehealth took away my excuses for not attending, which was half the battle.
Buck asks insightful questions and is a good listener. I feel we have established a clear picture of the issues, and continue to update this as the treatment evolves. Buck has assigned PT exercises which I see as insightful and get right to the core of the issues.
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.
San Marcos East
Meet the Staff
Dr. Tiffany Constantino is certified in Sports Orthopedic Manual Therapy (CSOMT). She is also a board certified Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAMOPT). Her fellowship specializes in athlete rehabilitation and sports medicine. In addition to her education, she is also certified as a golf specialist through the Titleist Performance Institute. She ranks in the top 1% of most advanced educated physical therapists in the nation.
Dr. Constantino enjoys treating patients with all orthopedic issues from those recovering from joint replacements, to the weekend warrior, all the way up to the professional athlete. Tiffany was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She is married and a mother of two special needs children. She has been a lecturer and lead cadaver anatomy instructor at Texas State University. She played softball from the age of seven and actively aids the Collegiate Softball and Baseball teams with sports rehabilitation. When she is not spending time with her family, she enjoys hitting the batting cages, swimming, golfing, and weightlifting.