Stacy Murphy, PT, DPT, PRPC has been a PT since 2011, specializing in pelvic health since 2013 and earning her PRPC (Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification) in 2022. Stacy has a passion for guiding people in their journey towards optimal pelvic health and encouraging them to take care of themselves, while reminding them that they are fearfully and wonderfully made. Stacy has been the pelvic health specialist at Community Physical Therapy at PT of San Marcos and PT of Wimberley since 2019 and treats numerous conditions, including, but not limited to: urinary, gas, fecal incontinence, post-partum, post menopause, dyspareunia (painful penetration), constipation, bloating, post-prostatectomies, endometriosis, urinary urgency, frequency and bladder pain, post-hysterectomies, post-cancer reconstruction surgeries, etc. Stacy specializes in seeing the whole person and finding the driver for pelvic dysfunction while looking through an orthopedic and loving lens.
Stacy is also LSVT-BIG certified to provide the best care for people with Parkinson’s Disease. She enjoys being outside with her husband of 15 years and their 3 young children.
Katie discovered her passion for Physical Therapy while recovering from a knee injury in high school. She was thrilled to be able to return to the sports she loved, and this motivated her to pursue her career as a Physical Therapist. Katie received her bachelor degree in Biology from Texas State University. In 2006, she graduated with her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Texas State. Katie specializes in manual physical therapy, and in 2013 she became a fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapy. Additionally, she is certified to perform Dry Needling, which is a technique that can help reduce pain for a variety of injuries. Katie enjoys helping her patients recover from their injuries and teaching them the tools needed to continue to live an active pain-free lifestyle. When she is not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time in the hill country with her husband Garrett and their twin girls, Madison and Makenzie.
Dr. McGrath grew up in Forney, TX where she attended Forney High School and played soccer and volleyball. She went on to attend Texas State University in San Marcos, TX where she earned her undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science. Dr. McGrath then continued her educational journey at her alma mater where she obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas State University.
Dr. McGrath is a firm believer that movement is medicine and strives daily to instill this concept into those that she works with. She enjoys working with her patients to help them realize their full potential and to help people get back to doing the things that they love. Her passions include education, living an active lifestyle, and her commitment to being a lifelong learner.
When not in the clinic, Dr. McGrath enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband Cody, and their two fur babies, Copper and Willow. She enjoys being active outdoors and going on adventures with her family.
Mike was blessed to grow up right here in Wimberley, TX where his interest in Physical Therapy began as an athlete at Wimberley High School. Success through Physical Therapy allowed him to continue his football career at Sam Houston State University where he graduated with a degree in Exercise Science. Mike worked as a technician at PT of Wimberley before receiving his doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas State University. Following graduation, Mike was fortunate to continue his career where it all started at Physical Therapy of Wimberley. Mike spends his free time playing softball with his beautiful wife Ashley and swimming in the Blanco River with his wonderful children, Cooper and Carli.
Dr. Petross grew up in Spring TX, where he attended Klein Oak High School. He played all sports growing up, but his main passion was football and track in High School. After graduating in 2006, he attended Texas State University, where he received his undergraduate degree in Exercise in Sports Science, followed by his Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
Dr. Petross is certified to perform Dry Needling, which is a technique that can help reduce pain for a variety of injuries.
Dr. Petross enjoys helping and encouraging patients to return to the things they love, no matter their age, ability, or activity level. He believes movement and physical activity are essential to enjoying life, and that pain and injury should be no more than temporary setbacks.
When he’s not working, Dr. Petross enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, Kristin, and wonderful daughter, Lucy. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time outside, swimming, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, local wineries, playing golf, and taking in live music.
Dr. McGrath grew up in Georgetown, TX where he attended Georgetown High School and participated in soccer, football, and track. Following high school, he played soccer at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, TX. Dr. McGrath then went on to receive both his undergraduate degree and Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists and received his Post-Doctoral training through The Manual Therapy Institute.
Dr. McGrath enjoys working with his patients to help them achieve their goals, whether that be returning to high-level sport activities, getting back to daily walks, or just feeling better while at work or home. He believes that regardless of age or ability, we should all be able to perform at our highest level!
When Dr. McGrath is not at the clinic, he enjoys spending time with his wife Katelynn and their 2 dogs, Copper and Willow. He enjoys walking the dogs when Willow will cooperate, hiking, going to breweries, and camping. He also enjoys running, and he is working towards his marathon goals.
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