Macko, PT, DPT, OCS, MTC, PES
Physical Therapy Manager
Mike played baseball for four years as a scholarship athlete at
McLennan Community College and Texas Christian University. After
college, he became an avid runner and completed six marathons,
with a personal best of 3:17. He has a particular interest in
working with baseball players and runners.
Garrison, PhD, PT, ATC, SCS
Research Physical Therapist
Director of Sports Physical Therapy and Athletic Training
Craig played football for four years at Texas
Christian University. In graduate school, he worked as a physical
therapist and athletic trainer for the University of Virginia
athletics department. He has a particular interest in clinical
research involving the prevention and treatment of knee, shoulder
and elbow injuries in athletes.
Auten, PT, MPT, SCS
Senior Physical Therapist, Clinical Coordinator
Kevin played soccer as a scholarship athlete at
Coastal Carolina and at the club level at the University of
Oklahoma. He has a particular interest in working with
post-surgical knee patients as well as patients with lower
extremity biomechanical dysfunctions.
Cohen, PT, DPT, MPT, SCS, CSCS
Senior Physical Therapist
Kiley is a former basketball player and now an avid runner. She
earned her doctorate degree in physical therapy from Regis
University and her master's degree in physical therapy from the
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Kiley is a
board-certified Sports Clinical Specialist and a Certified
Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She is a member of the
Orthopedic and Sports Sections of the American Physical Therapy
Association, the National Strength and Conditioning Association,
and is a credentialed clinical instructor. Kiley enjoys working
with all sports medicine patients and has a particular interest
in working with young female athletes, overhead athletes, and
Dixon, PT, DPT
Dustin received a bachelor's degreen in health science from
Louisiana Tech University in 2004 and completed a doctorate of
physical therapy from Louisiana State University-Shreveport in
2009. He enjoys aiding all sports medicine patients through the
rehabilitation process drawing from his prior experiences in
basketball, marathon training, and three years of clinical
practice. His specific interests include rehabilitation of the
shoulder and furthering manual therapy skill sets.
Noll, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, LAT
Senior Physical Therapist
Sarah received a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports
Science in 2004 and her Master's of Science in Physical Therapy
in 2006 from Texas State University. As part of her
undergraduate degree from Texas State, she completed the Athletic
Training program which included working with the volleyball,
women's basketball, and track teams, and she later received her
state license and national certification as an Athletic Trainer.
She went on to complete her Doctorate in physical therapy and
graduated from Regis University in 2010. Sarah is a certified
orthopedic specialist and enjoys being a mentor in our sports
medicine residency program and running our volunteer program.
Senior Physical Therapist
After playing four years of college baseball, Marty
played three years of professional baseball in the minor leagues
and one year in Italy. Marty has coached high school and college
athletes and treated many professional athletes during his 25
years as a physical therapist.
Knight, PT, DPT, MSPT
Clinical Coordinator of Clinical Education
Robert grew up playing competitive soccer and
competed on a U.S. national youth soccer team where he gained
international experience in Europe. He also has experience in
competitive swimming. While at Baylor University, Robert ran
track and cross country. He competed at the NCAA nationals in
cross country and was the Southwest Conference champion at 1,500
meters and 5,000 meters. He also competed in several triathlons.
Robert is skilled in orthopedic manual therapy (OMPT) and
target-tissue-training through a medical exercise therapy (MET)
Hannon, PT, DPT, CSCS
Joe received a bachelor's degree in
clinical exercise science from Ithaca College in 2009 and a
doctorate in physical therapy from Washington University in St.
Louis in 2012. Upon completion of his residency program, Joe
plans to sit for the sports certified specialist examination.
Ryan received a bachelor's degree in exercise and
sports science from Abilene Christian University in 2001 and a
master's degree in physical therapy from the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 2004. Prior to working
with Ben Hogan, Ryan worked for another orthopedic out patient
clinic and was head of the Back to Golf program. He is a member
of the American Physical Therapy Association and the sports
section of the APTA.
Kahil, PT, DPT, OCS
Keith graduated with his bachelor's degree
from Texas A&M University in 2007 and completed his doctorate
in physical therapy from Texas Woman's University-Dallas in 2010.
Keith received his board certification as an orthopedic
specialist in 2013. Keith enjoys working with all types of
athletes, particularly overhead athletes, runners, and
post-surgical lower extremity injuries; and seeing them return to
their sport of choice.
Howard, PT, DPT
John received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy and
Bachelor's of Health Science from the University of Oklahoma.
John completed a 10 week clinical internship with Ben Hogan
Sports Medicine prior to beginning full time. His interests as a
Physical Therapist include injury prevention - ACL injury
prevention, rehabilitation of overhead athlete and manual
therapy. John is a 3rd generation physical therapist. His
grandmother and both parents were all physical therapists.
Muro PT, DPT
received a bachelor's degree in clinical exervise science in 2009
and a doctorate in physical therapy both from Saint Louis
University in 2012. Joelle plans to sit for the sports certified
specialist examination once finished with her residency program.
Zimmerman, ATC, LAT
Physical Therapy Technician, Athletic Trainer
Jeff received a bachelor's degree in athletic
training from the University of Texas at Arlington in May 2006.
Jeff enjoys working with baseball and golf athletes. He has been
employed at Texas Health Resources since graduation from UTA.
Physical Therapist Technician
Laura Clymore received a Bachelor of Biological
Sciences degree from Southeastern Oklahoma State University,
where she also played volleyball as a scholarship athlete from
2004-2008 and attained nationally ranked status. Since
graduation, Laura has been a Physical Therapy technician in both
outpatient orthopedic clinics and acute-care settings. She has
plans to go back to school to get her Doctorate in Physical