Dr. Andrew Bennett

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Dr. Andrew Bennett holds a clinical doctorate in physical therapy.  He is Board Certified in orthopedic physical therapy and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy. Dr. Bennett was the primary therapist for the Air Force Special Forces rescue and survival teams and served as director of the physical therapy oral-maxillofacial pain clinic at Lackland AFB for several years before working in a private practice setting in Louisiana. He is a founding partner of Texas Physical Therapy Specialists and currently serves in the role of President.  Dr. Bennett is adjunct faculty and a guest lecturer for several physical therapy programs including Texas State University in San Marcos TX, Regis University in Denver CO, the US Army-Baylor program at Fort Sam Houston TX and Rocky Mountain University in Provo UT.  He currently provides clinical instruction into the Evidence in Motion Post Graduate Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency, the Evidence in Motion Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship and has been instrumental in establishing the Clinical Excellence Network for entry level physical therapy clinical education.  He has been recognized for excellence in clinical education by the Texas Consortium.

Andrew and his wife Heather met while finishing their undergraduate training in physical therapy and now have five children, Joshua, Anna, David, Joseph, and Samuel. It has always been a shared vision for Andrew and Heather to enhance the way physical therapy was delivered and promote the role of physical therapy in health care.