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    Tyler Truitt, PT, DPT

    Tyler TruittPT, DPT

    Tyler earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016 from University of St Augustine. Prior to earning his Doctorate, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Sport Science from Texas Tech University.

    Tyler takes special interest in Orthopedics and Sports related injuries.

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    Andrew Sewell, PT, DPT

    Andrew SewellPT, DPT

    Andrew earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree in 2017 from the University of Oklahoma. Prior to earning his DPT, he received his Bachelors of Science in Microbiology from the University of Oklahoma.

    Andrew has completed his Functional Dry Needling certification. He takes special interest in spinal manual therapy and muscle energy techniques.

    Andrew is originally from Edmond, Oklahoma but has been in living in Fort Worth since graduating PT school. He has been married to his wife Kristin for 1 year and has a yellow lab puppy that he is training to be his hunting retriever. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, hunting, and fishing.

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    Clinton Bruning, PT, DPT

    Clinton BruningPT, DPT

    Clinton earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2017 from University of Kansas Medical Center. Prior to earning his Doctorate, he received his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Athletic Training from Washburn University.

    Clinton is certified in blood flow restriction training and enjoys looking into the latest techniques in the PT industry that will achieve the best outcomes for his patients.

    He’s uses his time out of the clinic to fish, lift weights, support good music, and enjoy the outdoors. Clinton, his wife, Kacia, and their two dachshunds moved to Fort Worth in 2017 from northeast Kansas.

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    Sheri Murrell, PT, Clinic Director

    Sheri MurrellPT, Clinic Director

    Sheri Murrell, PT, is the Northwest Clinic Manager.

    Sheri earned her degree in physical therapy in 1996 from UT Southwestern Medical Center after working as a physical therapist assistant.

    She has completed numerous manual courses, including  muscle energy, nerve mobilization, and myofascial release.  She has taken joint specific courses and continuing education for treatment of amputees, but enjoys working with a variety of patients and diagnoses.

    Sheri has a wonderful husband and family. When she’s not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time with them, playing with her grandsons, and traveling and going on cruises.