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  • Shawn Houck

    Shawn HouckPT, DPT, SCS

    Shawn is from Wichita Falls, Texas and he attended Burkburnett High School where he graduated in 2004. He graduated with distinction from the University of Oklahoma in 2008 with his Bachelor of Science in Health Studies. Shawn received his Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in May of 2010 and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy with Evidence in Motion in 2014.

    During physical therapy school, Shawn completed clinical internships with Physical Therapy Central of Newcastle, Physical Therapy Central of Oklahoma City, and Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute in Ft. Worth, TX. These experiences provided an excellent background in orthopedics and allowed him to work with patients with a wide variety of diagnoses and explore several treatment methods. In his final year of physical therapy school, the faculty awarded him the 2009-2010 OUHSC Dean’s Award for Clinical Excellence.

    Shawn has been actively involved in APTA and OPTA since 2009, and is a member of the APTA Sports Therapy Section. His areas of interest include manual therapy, evaluation/treatment of general orthopedic conditions, prevention and rehabilitation of sports injuries, and spinal dysfunction. In 2014, he completed a two year APTA Sports Physical Therapy Residency program which helped him obtain his board certification as a sports clinical specialist (SCS).

    Outside of the clinic, Shawn enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife and daughter.

  • Whitney Anderson

    Whitney AndersonPT, DPT

    Whitney is originally from Lawton, Oklahoma, but now resides in Oklahoma City. She pursued her undergraduate studies at Oklahoma State University, graduating Cum Laude with her B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She went on to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2016 from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

    During physical therapy school, Whitney refined her interests in orthopedics, manual therapy, injury prevention and post-op rehabilitation, neurological dysfunctions, prosthetics, and adaptive sports through clinical internships and volunteer experiences. Outside of the classroom, Whitney was also involved in a variety of campus and community activities, including serving as the president of the College of Allied Health Student Association and a member of the Student Government Association. These opportunities provided her with a diverse background in health care and enriched her desire to serve others.

    She has been an active member in the APTA since 2013 and currently a member of the orthopedic, sports, and neurology sections. She plans to further her clinical expertise by beginning an orthopedic residency program in the near future.

    In her free time, Whitney enjoys watching and participating in sports, traveling, outdoors activities, practical jokes, and spending time with family and friends.