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Meet the Staff
Shay Wiginton earned her Associate of Applied Science Degree as a Physical Therapy Assistant from Oklahoma City Community College.
Shay is most interested in treating chronic pain conditions, vestibular dysfunction, women’s health, lymphedema, and orthopaedics.
In her free time, Shay enjoys spending time with her husband Jeremiah, hanging out with family and friends, and playing with her two chihuahuas, Ziayah and Koda. She also enjoys attending and serving in the church and being active with her support group she founded in 2012 – Sisters in Christ Fostering and Adopting.
Jen grew up in South Oklahoma City graduating from Westmoore High School in 1999. She did dance and pom most of her life so while at OU taking her basics for PT school, she was on the pom squad for 2 of the 3 years. She got her Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma in 2005. While in school she did rotations in Los Angeles working under baseball guru Dr. Frank Jobe and in Colorado Springs at the Air Force Academy. After being in practice for a year, she sought further education completing a 2.5 year manual therapy residency through The Manual Therapy Institute in Phoenix, AZ and then a fellowship. Jen later got her DPT from Rosalind Franklin out of the University of Chicago.
Jen and her husband Chris have 2 boys, Costner and Jacks, and 4 dogs. They enjoy spending time at Lake Eufaula, working out and watching their boys play basketball and baseball.
Bruce was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama where he was active in sports, particularly baseball and football, from an early age. After completion of high school, he began his collegiate baseball career at Auburn University at Montgomery. He then transferred to Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia to finish his final season. Prior to graduating with a degree in Exercise Science, he signed a professional baseball contract with an organization outside of Chicago, Illinois.
After stepping away from the game, Bruce pursued his desire to help others with a Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. He completed multiple rotations all over the country, where he learned to work with different people in a variety of settings. In his final year, he was awarded the Results Orthopedic Clinical Excellence Award for outpatient orthopedics as well as the Belmont University Academic Excellence Award. After graduating in August 2018, Bruce moved to Maryland and married his wife, Kaitlin, who was a professional ballerina for the Ballet Theatre of Maryland.
His areas of interest include manual therapy, geriatrics, sports injury rehabilitation and dance medicine. He received his certification in Level One Dry Needling from The Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatment in 2017. Since beginning his career, he has achieved further certifications in Advanced Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. Additionally, he presented on FAI/Labral Pathology as part of an OP Ortho Journal Club. He plans to become Board Certified in Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapy and looks forward to learning more about leadership pathways within Physical Therapy Central.
Bruce recently moved to Oklahoma City with is wife, Kaitlin, and their golden retriever, Clyde. Outside of the clinic and the ballet, they enjoy training Clyde with the hopes of completing his Therapy Dog Training and Certification. They are looking forward to experiencing and learning more about the history and culture of Oklahoma and are always open to restaurant recommendations. Bruce is thrilled to serve Oklahoma City and the surrounding communities as a multi-site therapist. He sees his work as a way to positively impact his patient’s quality of life, while building lasting relationships through compassionate care.
Hear what other PT Central patients have to say.
Working for PT Central is incredible. Even on my worst days, I leave work feeling valued, motivated, and encouraged. There is a culture of positivity and genuine concern for our patients and each other.
I work for PTC because of the ongoing encouragement to make myself a better therapist, provider, and person. All of this while pursuing my leadership with OPTA/APTA and going through my manual therapy certification.
I love working for PTC because it is a unique family. The people who make up PTC embody the qualities I think are so needed in healthcare. This company stands strongly for excellent customer care and service.
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.