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304 S. 29th Street
Chickasha, OK 73018
Phone: 405-224-3100
Fax: 405-224-3102

Clinic Hours

  • Monday - Friday 7:30am - 7pm
  • Clinic times may vary based on location and provider availability.

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Chickasha Physical Therapy Central Staff

  • Amy Lee

    Amy LeePT, MPT, OCS

    Amy was born and raised in Northwest Oklahoma City, where she atte

    nded Putnam City North High School as a proud Panther. She now resides in Moore, OK despite the looming fear of constantly being swept away in a tornado. Her hobbies include but are not limited to running, swimming, traveling with family, playing sports with her son, and taking her Lab named MarLee for long walks around the neighborhood ponds in an effort to show the geese she won’t be intimidated. With that said, her favorite animal is in fact the domestic duck as it has within its capacity the hat trick of self-transportation.

    Amy graduated in 2003 from Wichita State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Spanish. She speaks virtually no Spanish at this time. She played four years of Division 1 collegiate golf for WSU and was a member of the NCAA student-advisory committee. Her collegiate career in golf has yielded many post-graduate opportunities on the golf course, including the foundation of her “Chicka Girls Golf Club” that teaches females the fundamentals of golf and how the game is beneficial in business and as a life-long sport. She is a self-proclaimed Tiger Woods enthusiast and is convinced without hesitation that he is the greatest golfer of all time. Arguments unwelcomed at this time. She went on to earn her Masters of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2007 and is now proud to call herself a Shocker and a Sooner!

    Amy has been an active member of the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association and the American Physical Therapy Association since 2006. She has served one two-year term as a recruiting officer, one two-year term as the Vice Chair for the OPTA’s Western District, and one two-year term as the 2nd Vice President of the OPTA. She is considering running for President of the United States but fears that she wouldn’t interview well and therefore has opted to decline the opportunity at this time.

    In 2018, Amy designed and produced the first ever Lower Extremity Sling device (LE Sling, LLC) which uses a simple bungee system to help support the leg after a procedure, reduce painful walking, and assist in the forward propulsion of gait. You can learn more about the LE Sling at or on Facebook at

    Amy became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2009. She opened PTC of Chickasha in 2009 and has gone on to co-own the Blanchard, NW OKC, and North Edmond clinics. In 2015, she became the Director of Business Development for the company and is proud to be able to call herself both a physical therapist and an official spokesperson for an AmaZing company. Amy is a proud advocate for her friends at the Cavett Kids foundation and loves supporting children and young adults that have terminal and/or life-threatening illnesses. To learn more go to

    Amy loves working for PTC and hopes that one day the company can be featured on the cover of something great, like Time, Forbes, or maybe something truly profound like People Magazine. For now, she is enjoying her roles at both PT Central, LE Sling, and trying to raise a gentleman. She is most hopeful that someday she may break the internet with an embarrassing video of her mother on a water slide. She can be reached any time at [email protected] or by cell (405) 822-9666.

  • Andrew Bratton

    Andrew BrattonPT, DPT, OCS

    Andrew was born and raised in Flower Mound, Texas; a city within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. He grew up with one younger brother and sister. He attended Flower Mound High School where he was the lead drum major for the school’s marching band. Andrew also played the alto saxophone throughout his high school years and carried this passion through two undergraduate years as a member of the University of Oklahoma’s Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band.

    During his sophomore year in college, Andrew experienced a shoulder injury requiring extensive physical therapy. This event, along with the caring effort of his physical therapist, lead Andrew to change his career path towards the pursuance of a degree in physical therapy.

    Andrew graduated with distinction from the University of Oklahoma in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Studies. Aside from being a part of the marching band, he participated in campus and community activities including OU’s Big Event, an annual student volunteer-driven community service project. He also was an active member of the Student Physical Therapy Association and volunteered regularly at his local church. Andrew was among the first class from the University of Oklahoma to graduate with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2011. He is currently an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association.

    Andrew’s interests include manual therapy, spinal manipulation, orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, and the management of spinal dysfunctions. Due to his passion for manual orthopedic physical therapy, he completed EIM’s orthopedic residency program in December of 2013. Completion of this program allowed Andrew adequate preparation to sit for the Orthopedic Specialty certification examination, and he is now an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS).

    He married his high school sweetheart in November 2010 and now resides in Oklahoma City where he and his wife are excited to enjoy the comforts of their first home. Soon after moving to his new home, he adopted a Golden Retriever who, at times, is a little on the crazy side..but is still the best dog in the world. Andrew’s wife, Maria, pursues a rewarding career as a speech-language pathologist. When not at work, he loves spending time with his wife, reading for pleasure, traveling, exercising, and snow skiing. He loves fitness in general and running outside when Oklahoma weather allows it. Andrew also enjoys providing medical and physical therapy services within in the community by volunteering at sporting events such as the Endeavor Games, a nationally recognized competition between athletes with various physical disabilities.

  • Lauren Hop

    Lauren HopPT, DPT

    Lauren is originally from Owasso, Oklahoma and graduated from Owasso High School in 2004 where she played soccer, volleyball, basketball, and track. She attended The University of Oklahoma where she earned her Bachelor of Science and Health Sciences degree in 2008, followed by a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2011.

    While attending physical therapy school, Lauren volunteered at the Buddy Walk for Autism, Susan G. Komen Race for The Cure, The Big Event Cleanup in Norman, and wheelchair basketball tournaments held at The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. She was also part of the support group personnel for the Tulsa Brain Injury Association of Oklahoma and a medical staff member at the OKC Memorial Marathon and the Endeavor Games for athletes with physical disabilities. She also assisted in manual therapy for athletes in the Tulsa Run, Route 66 Run, and for dancers in the OKC and Tulsa Ballet. She was awarded the Scott Sabolich Award for Clinical Excellence in 2011 for her performance in her clinical rotations.

    Lauren has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association (OPTA) since 2010. She attended the APTA National Conference in Boston, MA in 2010.

    Her special interests include orthopedics, manual therapy, sports injury prevention and rehabilitation, amputee rehabilitation, and brain and neurological rehabilitation. Her future plans include getting Board Certified in one of the specialty areas offered by the APTA.

    During her free time, Lauren enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, reading, drawing/painting, playing sports, coaching CrossFit athletes, volunteering for her community, and doing anything outdoors.

  • Robyn Ross

    Robyn RossPT, MPT

    Robyn grew up in Mustang, OK with one older brother and fantastic parents. She graduated from Mustang and moved to Verden, OK with her family, where she attended the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma for undergraduate studies in Natural Sciences and Psychology. Robyn graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy. Robyn initially began her career in the acute care setting, taking special interest in wound care, post surgical orthopedic and neuro patient care.

    Since that time, Robyn has managed an outpatient clinic where she developed a passion for orthopedic/sports medicine with emphasis in upper extremity, particularly in the throwing athlete. Among many other areas of interest are also pediatrics, hand injuries, lumbosacral dysfunction, and gait/balance disorders.

    Robyn lives south of the metro with her husband, two sons, and their very large dog. In her spare time, Robyn enjoys cooking, Crossfit, and watching her children play little league sports. She also spends much of her time watching college baseball and football, and spending time with her family and friends.