Phone: 430-201-5645; Fax: 903-207-5406
Phone: 430-201-5645; Fax: 903-207-5406
Not all PT is created equal, and it is our mission at LFPT to provide our patients the greatest customer service and quality of care in town. We believe that patients deserve to see only a licensed clinicians for all of their visits, which is why our patients will never be handed off to techs or aides. This means faster recovery, more customized treatment and less overall cost for our patients.
With having the only Certified Manual Physical Therapist in town, our treatments are evidence-based and cutting edge. Locally owned by Longview natives, our only obligations are to give our patients the best experience possible.
We accept most major insurances. Contact the clinic to find out if we accept your insurance, or ask about our cash options.
Forms below can be printed and completed ahead of your appointment to save waiting time and help us better prepare for your appointment.
A Longview native and proud former member of the Pine Tree High School basketball and track teams, Bryan attended Texas A&M University for his Bachelor's degree before advancing to the University of Texas Medical Branch to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Following graduation, Bryan continued to pursue advanced training through an internationally recognized two year Manual Therapy Certification program.
Bryan spent 8 years in Mesquite, TX at Baylor Scott & White Rehab, working as a clinic manager and regional work comp coordinator, while proudly serving as the clinician of choice for many patients and physicians in the East Dallas area. With a strong background in sports rehab, he also provided services to the local high school as the team Physical Therapist. Bryan and his wife Julia relocated back to Longview in 2021 to raise their 3 children and pursue their dream of owning their own practice.
Bryan enjoys spending his time with family, and getting out to the golf course as much as possible. He enjoys watching and playing all sports – and is especially passionate about Texas A&M football.
Will is a Longview native and proud Pine Tree Pirate. After graduating from Pine Tree High School in 2002, Will attended Texas State University in San Marcos majoring in Athletic Training.
Following completion of his undergraduate degree, Will spent two years working as an athletic trainer for Trinity Mother Frances before returning to San Marcos to pursue his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Will has worked with a variety of patient populations over the last 12 years, in various settings, including management positions within the Baylor Scott & White system in Dallas, TX. Will’s experience working as an Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist in different therapy settings makes him well equipped to treat patients with a variety of diagnoses and conditions. Will enjoys providing manual therapy, dry needling and pain science education to his patients.
Will returned back to Longview in 2019 with his beautiful wife Angie and wonderful daughter Jillian. They have added an Aussiedoodle, Chelsea, to their family as well. Will and his family enjoy getting outdoors as much as possible, going to the Arboretum and playing golf.
Stephanie is originally from Northeast Ohio, growing up in Alliance. She attended Alliance High School, where she was active in cross country, track and softball for the school.
Following high school, Stephanie continued to pursue her education at Kent State University, graduating with an Associates of Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistant Technology.
Stephanie’s career began by taking traveling opportunities as a Physical Therapist Assistant, which ultimately landed her in East Texas. Longview became her permanent home in 2017 after meeting her husband, whom she married in 2018. They have no children, but love spending time with their dog Waylon, and two cats, Gemma and Lucy.
Professionally, Stephanie has worked in a variety of therapy settings, including skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation hospitals and in the home health settings for the past decade. This variety of experience has allowed her to develop a broad skill set in order to help meet the needs for patients of all activity levels.
Stephanie joined the United States Army Reserves in September 2021, and completed her training as a Combat Medic in June 2022. While at home, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband and animals, riding motorcycles, camping, working out and just being as active as possible.
Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
2001 Judson Road, Suite 101 (Southside Bank Building)
Longview, TX 75605
2001 Judson Road, Longview, Texas 75605, United States
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm (extended hours available upon request)
Saturday- Sunday: Closed