This is what every physical therapy experience is supposed to be. Hands-on. Intelligent. Caring.
PT Central has the greatest therapists! The staff is kind, welcoming, and thoughtful. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.
If you’re looking for someone caring to help get you back to normal… you must come to PT Central.
I will always come to PT Central. If I could, I would rate it more than 5 Stars. These people deserve a higher rating.
This is the best experience I’ve ever had. They’re extremely knowledgeable and truly care about helping people.
Elk City, OK 73644
Meet the Staff
Dale was born and raised in NW Oklahoma in the small town of Camargo. He went to Leedey High School where he loved the outdoors and playing baseball for the Mighty Bison who went to 6 State Tournaments. Following high school, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK in 2002. He furthered his education by earning a Master of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2005. Dale graduated with distinction at the top of his class and was inducted into the Alpha Eta Honor Society.
Following nominations from the faculty at OUHSC, Dale was awarded the prestigious Mary McMillan Scholarship Award from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in 2005. The Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association (OPTA) awarded Dale with the Clinical Education Excellence Award from Langston University in 2009 for providing excellence in clinical instruction to physical therapy students.
Dale’s physical therapy interests include outpatient orthopedics, sports injuries, spinal dysfunction, manual therapy including dry needling, and he enjoys volunteering for sporting events for athletes with disabilities. He is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (OCS) through the APTA. He is currently an active member of both the APTA and the OPTA, and he is currently a member of the private practice and orthopedic sections of the APTA. Dale has completed Levels I and II of the manual therapy certification through the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). Dale’s next endeavor is to begin a combined Transitional Doctorate (t-DPT) in Physical Therapy and certification through the Executive Program in Private Practice Management through Evidence in Motion.
Dale currently resides in Leedey, OK with his wife Christa and their three sons: Aidyn, Hudsyn, and Holdyn. The Borens enjoy spending time together outdoors, where their boys like going to the park, getting wet, or looking for animals at the farm. When Dale and Christa get time to themselves, they enjoy going out to dinner and a movie. In the fall, they enjoy hitting the woods to go deer hunting, where Christa usually shows her husband up!
Dale would like for his clients to know that he brings small town values to the clinic daily. He is compassionate about physical therapy and his clients, and he will go above and beyond to assist his clients in the attainment of their personal and functional goals.
Andrew was born in Nashua New Hampshire to Mark and Heidi Somers. He and his parents lived in Nashua for 6 months before moving to Sayville, New York to be closer to his mother’s family. After about 6 years, his parents decided to relocate to Lexington, Oklahoma, where his father’s parents lived. He was raised in Lexington, where he competed in football and powerlifting in middle school and high school, and played in the high school marching band. He was drum major for 2 years. During his high school sports career Andrew was injured and underwent physical therapy multiple times, where he found his calling.
Andrew graduated high school in 2007 and enrolled at the University of Oklahoma to study health and exercise science. He graduated 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science with a minor in Religious Studies. Andrew worked as a physical therapy tech for 6 months before he was accepted into the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He graduated in 2015 with a passion for serving rural areas due to his experience with the lack of access to adequate healthcare in small rural communities.
Andrew is a multi-instrumental musician and has played with various rock and church bands throughout his adolescent and adult life. He is currently the bassist of the rock band Theory Driven and a snare drummer for Oklahoma Scottish Pipes and Drums. He enjoys gaming, performing with his band mates, and spending time with his lovely and infinitely talented fiancée, Diana Trejo–artist, photographer, and musician extraordinaire–who he will wed in October 2015. He has two brothers, Daniel, who is pursuing a career in math education and coaching; and TJ, who is pursuing a career in athletic training with possible physical therapy direction as well.
Kimberly grew up in the far Western Oklahoma town of Erick with her younger sister Lauren. She graduated from Erick High School in 2010 and she was 1 of 3 class valedictorians. Kimberly lettered in basketball, softball, and track, and she was chosen for Academic All-State in basketball during her senior year.
Following high school, Kimberly attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and a minor in Healthcare Administration in 2014. She was a member of the Chemistry Club and SWOSU Climber’s Coalition. After graduating with her Bachelor’s Degree, she furthered her education by earning her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from SWOSU-Caddo Kiowa Technology Center in June 2015. After graduation with her PTA degree, she chose to return home to work at Physical Therapy Central in Elk City, OK where she once worked as a physical therapy technician while attending college at SWOSU.
In her free time, Kimberly enjoys running, playing basketball, rock climbing, and spending time with family and friends. She is thankful to return to Western Oklahoma to assist patients in “Getting Back to Work, Back to Play, and Back to Life”