Katie PittDSc, OTR/L, CHT
Katie completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch for Occupational Therapy. She went on to earn her Master’s degree in exercise science and health promotion from California University of Pennsylvania and her Doctor of Science in Occupational Therapy from U.S. Army Baylor University in 2013. Katie achieved top academic success in all of her formal education, including being named as a Presidential Scholar. She has served as guest lecturer at multiple doctoral programs and currently serves as a faculty member in Evidence in Motion’s post professional Doctorate in Occupational Therapy program.
Katie recently retired from the U.S. Army after 23 years. She was an Army flute player and served as an Upper Extremity Physician Extender for 12 years. She has been practicing as a Certified Hand Therapist since 2011 and specializes in the elbow, wrist, and hand. Katie is highly experienced with advanced upper extremity diagnostics and evaluation, splinting, treatment, and wound care.
Katie calls Austin home, though she moved all over through the course of her military career. Katie is a single mother to two beautiful children. In her off-time, she enjoys running, biking, and hosting dinner parties.
Justin SimonPT, DPT
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Justin Simon is the Kyle Clinic Director.
Justin Simon graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance from Montana State University of Billings in 2010. He then went on to receive a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA in 2013. He then moved to Texas in 2013 to pursue Residency training in Orthopedics through Evidence in Motion and graduated in the spring of 2015.
Justin and his wife continue to live in San Marcos, where they met. They spend their free time around the San Marcos river, love biking and hiking in the hot Texas summers and are both heavily involved with their church with the children’s ministry and with the band. Justin plans to continue in the educational realm by educating and mentoring young physical therapists and doctoral interns.