Spine Team Texas’ Physical Therapists Complete The McKenzie Method Training and Certification - Motoebag.com
Spine Team Texas continues to stay at the forefront in complete spine care—from diagnosis to treatment and recovery. Currently all physical therapists at Spine Team Texas’ locations are either certified in or training for certification in The McKenzie Method. Two therapists, Craig Cunningham and Theresa Adame, have recently completed the extensive program.
Craig Cunningham holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in kinesiology from Texas A&M University, with a specialization in Applied Exercise Physiology. He sees patients at Spine Team Texas’ Rockwall clinic.
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