Texas Physical Therapy Specialists Named Among San Antonio’s Best Places to Work

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TexPTS Among San Antonio Business Journal’s 2014 Honorees

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'It is a fantastic testament to our clinic managers and staff who continuously give 110% to treating their patients and shaping TexPTS' environment,' said Dr. Andrew Bennett, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, and TexPTS owner.

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists (TexPTS) is proud to announce their recent recognition as a recipient of the San Antonio Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work Awards” in 2014, marking the third time TexPTS has been honored with the accolade.

The San Antonio Business Journal Top 2014 Best Places To Work list is a prestigious ranking of the San Antonio-area’s 50 best employers, and more than 200 companies from Bexar, Atascosa, Guadalupe, Wilson, Comal, Bandera, Medina, and Kendall counties were nominated. The award is presented to companies that have the best team atmosphere, benefits, and most engaged employees, as determined by confidential online surveys that are compiled and assessed by San Antonio Business Journal’s research partner, Quantum Workplaces.

The TexPTS staff is a group of highly trained professionals dedicated to clinical excellence and providing AmaZing!™ customer service and care for their patients. TexPTS’ success is a unique combination of hands-on, evidence-based physical therapy mixed with exceptional patient experiences and care excellence. Patients have fueled the growth of TexPTS by telling their friends, family, co-workers, and colleagues to visit TexPTS for solutions for a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries related to work, recreation, sports, and other daily activities.

“It’s a true honor to be recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in San Antonio,” said Dr. Andrew Bennett, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, and TexPTS owner. “It is a fantastic testament to our clinic managers and staff who continuously give 110% to treating their patients and shaping TexPTS’ environment. We look forward to building on this success for years to come.”

Those who visit TexPTS can expect to be seen by an expert therapist who will perform a complete consultation before determining a course of treatment, designed to get patients better more quickly and with long-lasting results. Physical therapy has proven successful for those suffering from back pain, carpal tunnel, Achilles tendinitis, and much more. In addition to treating existing pain, physical therapists are able to determine and help eliminate a number of potential risk factors (including fall risk, hypertension, joint arthritis, peripheral neuropathy, and more) simply by performing a routine exam.

TexPTS is home to more board certified specialists than any other practice in Texas. To book a free consultation with one of San Antonio’s experts in injury prevention, please call 888.658.8483.

About Texas Physical Therapy Specialists:
Founded in 2005, Texas Physical Therapy Specialists (TexPTS) is a private physical therapy practice with locations throughout the following areas: Austin, Cibolo, Central Texas, Dallas, Georgetown, Hill County, Liberty Hill, Live Oak, Randolph Air Force Base, New Braunfels, Parmer/Pflugerville, Round Rock, San Antonio, San Marcos, Schertz, Selma, Spring Branch, and Universal City. Known for teaching and training physical therapists all over the US, TexPTS physical therapists take pride in delivering comprehensive and compassionate care to their patients with the best results. Our clinicians have a have a wide range of clinical expertise in manual physical therapy, spine care and rehabilitation, general orthopaedic conditions and rehabilitation, sports specific injuries, workplace injuries and much more. TexPTS was voted one of the Top 50 Places to Work in San Antonio in 2011, 2013, and 2014 by their own employees, the Best Private Physical Therapy Practice in the U.S. in 2009 by their peers in the American Physical Therapy Association and has been recognized on the Inc. 500/5000 lists for the past three years. For more information visit TexPTS.com or the TexPTS Facebook page.

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