Oklahoma City Midtown
Contact Info923 North Robinson Ave
Herriman Building, 1st Floor
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
- Monday - Friday 7:30am – 7pm
- Clinic times may vary based on location and provider availability.
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Oklahoma City Midtown Physical Therapy Central Staff
Jamie WyrickPT, MPT, OCS
Jamie was born and raised in Elkhart, Kansas where she attended high school and was a multiple time All-State athlete in volleyball and basketball. She went on to play division I college basketball at the University of Oklahoma where she helped the 2002 team advance to the national championship game. Jamie graduated from OU with distinction in 2003 with her Bachelor of Science in Microbiology. She went on to earn her Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in 2007, where she graduated with outstanding distinction.
Jamie has been actively involved in the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association (OPTA) since 2004 and is currently a member of the women’s health, orthopedic and private practice sections of the APTA. Jamie is an APTA credentialed clinical instructor and loves working with students. Jamie joined Physical Therapy Central in 2008, and in 2009 she became co-owner of the Midtown Physical Therapy Central clinic.
Jamie’s areas of interest include post-op orthopedics rehabilitation, prevention and rehabilitation of running and sports injuries, spinal dysfunction, women’s health, and manual therapy. Jamie has completed several orthopedic and manual therapy based continuing education courses and is certified in trigger point dry needling. She has also completed APTA’s Level One Pre-and Postpartum Physical Therapy coursework. In 2010, Jamie became Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
Outside the clinic, Jamie enjoys spending time with her husband Patrick, twin boys, Cole and Carter, and daughter Claire. Jamie enjoys OU athletics, running, being outside, and overall health and fitness.
Sarah FlemingPT, DPT, OCS
Sarah was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma. In 2007, she graduated from Norman North High School where she was an All-State soccer player. She went on to play soccer at Oklahoma City University for three years and graduated from the University of Oklahoma with special distinction in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Studies. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2013, where she graduated with outstanding distinction.
During physical therapy school, Sarah completed clinical rotations with Physical Therapy Central of Norman and the University of Oklahoma Athletic Department, which provided an excellent background in orthopedic and sports physical therapy. In her second year of physical therapy school, the faculty awarded her the Elam Plowman Scholarship for excellence in musculoskeletal physical therapy.
Sarah has been an active member of the APTA and OPTA since 2010. She is an APTA credentialed Clinical Instructor and enjoys working with physical therapy students. Her areas of interest include manual therapy, prevention and rehab of sports injuries, post-operative rehab, and spinal dysfunctions. She was certified in trigger point dry needling in January 2014. In 2016 she graduated from Evidence in Motion’s Orthopedic Residency Program and became Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband, Adam, daughter, Ella, and dog, Copper. She also enjoys being outside, playing and watching sports, going to the lake, and listening to Christmas music.
Kathryn DeatonPT, DPT
Kathryn was born into a military family and has moved every 18 months of her life until attending the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma for her undergraduate degree where she also worked for Physical Therapy Central as a physical therapy technician. Kathryn earned her Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science with honors and special distinction in 2011. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2014, where she graduated as the student body association treasurer, a Crimson Club student Ambassador, the class of 2014 president, and the inaugural Elwood Scholar representing all Allied Health Graduate Colleges across the nation.
Kathryn has been an active member in APTA and OPTA since 2011 and was awarded the OPTA Honor and W. K. Scholarship in 2013. She is a member of the orthopedic section of APTA. Kathryn finished off her experience at the Health Science Center by obtaining the ASAHP Scholarship of Excellence, Health Care Employers Scholarship, and the Outstanding Senior Leadership Award in 2014.
Kathryn’s areas of interest include orthopedic therapy, manual therapy, spinal dysfunction, prevention and rehab of sports injuries, and post-op orthopedics rehabilitation. She was certified in ASTYM manual therapy in November 2014. She plans on becoming board certified in orthopedic physical therapy following residency in the future.
Kathryn enjoys spending time outside, being with her friends, family, husband, and two dogs, playing music, baking/cooking, playing/watching sports, and traveling.
Shalyn HootenPT, DPT
Shalyn was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2009, she graduated from Putnam City North High school where she lettered three years on the swim team. She then went on to graduate from Southern Nazarene University with honors in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Southwest Baptist University in May of 2016.
Shalyn completed clinical rotations in Missouri and Oklahoma where she was able to gain experience in orthopedic, neurologic, and pediatric settings. Shalyn has been an active member of the APTA and OPTA since 2016, and is a member of the orthopedic section. She plans to become board certified in orthopedic physical therapy, following manual therapy certification in the future.
Shalyn enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and husband, traveling, being outdoors, watching sports, and shopping.
Megan BanksPT, DPT
Megan was born and raised in Ulysses, KS. In 2008 she graduated from Ulysses High School, where she participated in cross country, basketball, and softball. She then went on to play softball at Pratt Community College, and began studying Athletic Training. After transferring to Wichita State University in 2010, Megan changed her major to Exercise Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2012. She also attended Wichita State University to obtain her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, graduating in 2015.
During physical therapy school, Megan completed clinical rotations in Kansas, Oklahoma and Colorado, gaining experience in orthopedic, oncology, and sports physical therapy. She has been a member of the KPTA and APTA, and now is a member of the OPTA. She looks forward to gaining further certifications in manual therapy and orthopedics.
Megan enjoys spending time with her husband, going fishing, camping, riding ATVs, and many other outdoor activities. She also loves spending time with her family, friends and pets, traveling, watching sports, going to concerts, and reading.
Don NguyenPT, DPT
Don was born and raised in Yukon, Oklahoma. In 2009, he graduated from Mustang High School with a Valedictorian distinction, where he participated in tennis and qualified for state for 2 years. He then graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science and a Minor in Chemistry. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in May of 2017.
During PT school, Don completed clinical rotations, including one at Physical Therapy Central, where he was able to gain valuable experience working with orthopaedic and sports related injuries. Don has been an active member of APTA and OPTA since 2014.
Don’s areas of interest include orthopaedics, sports and manual therapy and he looks forward to gaining further certifications in these areas as well as dry needling.
Don enjoys spending time outside, hiking, volunteering in the community, playing/watching sports, and eating great food. Don is excited to return to Physical Therapy Central and join the midtown family.