Physical Therapy Services | Central Texas Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics | Bryan TX

Physical Therapy Services


Our therapists specialize in non-operative and post-operative care of orthopedic and sports-related injuries.

Referrals are accepted from primary care physicians to orthopaedic/surgical specialists, and we work closely with your doctor to provide the best rehabilitation programs possible for our patients. We develop and individualize a pre-operative, post-operative and non-operative rehabilitation program for each patient.

CTSM Physical Therapy is committed to working closely with our patients and athletes to return them to the highest level of activity possible after injury. The rehabilitation program may include evaluation of your status, manual therapy techniques, therapeutic/functional exercises, modalities, and education.

Physical Therapy Staff



Michael Joseph, PT, ATC, LAT

Michael, has extensive experience in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1982 and has been practicing in the Bryan/College Station area since 1984. He has provided rehabilitation and consultation services to professional, collegiate, interscholastic, Olympic and recreational athletes. He previously was a consultant and provided Physical Therapy for Texas A&M Athletics. Michael specializes as a Sports Physical Therapist in evaluation and rehabilitation of the knee, shoulder and elbow injuries. He is currently licensed by the State of Texas as a Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer.  He is also nationally certified as an Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association.  



Amanda Spiller, PTA

Amanda first joined the CTSM physical therapy staff in July 2013. During this time she worked as an aide, while completing Physical Therapy Assistant school. She graduated in May of 2016 and soon after began working as  a PTA. Her interested in helping others recover, specifically after surgery, stems from her own experience as a patient. While in high school, Amanda tore both ACLs, requiring both surgery and physical therapy. She completed her physical therapy at CTSM and now gets to help others recover and get back to their normal everyday lives!


Austin Elms, PTA

Austin first joined the CTSM staff in June of 2019. Growing up in College Station, Austin was always involved with sports which initially sparked his interest in Physical Therapy. After graduating from Texas A&M in 2014, Austin worked as a personal trainer which further sparked his interest in working more in the realm of rehabilitation. Austin attended Blinn College for PTA school. He enjoys the opportunity of getting to help people along their road to recovery and back to living happy, healthy lives!


Catalina Clavijo PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT

Catalina joined the CTSM Physical therapy staff in October of 2021 after moving from Lubbock TX, where she worked 3 years, as a physical therapist. Born in Bogota, Colombia, but grew up in Winnipeg, Canada. She came to the United States to study at Texas A&M, where she played soccer on the women's D1 soccer team . She attended the Health Science Center in San Antonio for physical therapy and graduated in 2017. After obtaining her doctor's degree, she was accepted into an orthopedic residency program at Memorial Hermann in Houston. Following her Residency, she became a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist, and is also a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.



Clay Reedy PT DPT

Clay joined CTSM physical therapy staff in March of 2019.  Clay began his journey with physical therapy while attending Texas A&M. He was planning to join the Army when he began having back pain and underwent physical therapy.  Since then, he changed his career plans to pursue physical therapy.  Clay obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas in 2015. Clay enjoys working with a variety of sports related and orthopedic conditions, and has worked in chronic pain clinic and pediatrics before joining the CTSM staff. He is excited to work with you to achieve all of your movement and activity goals. 



Courtney Beckhusen, PTA

Courtney first joined the CTSM staff in 2017. She underwent physical therapy during her time in high school, ultimately piquing her passion for helping others recover. Courtney graduated from Texas A&M University in May of 2014 with a BS in Community Health. She followed her time in Aggieland at Weatherford College PTA program, and graduated in May of 2017. 



Dan Curnutt, PT, DPT


Dr. Daniel "Dan" Curnutt, originally from McKinney, TX, graduated from Texas A&M University and received his Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Physiology. He then earned his degree as a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. He began his professional career in Houston. While at Houston Methodist, he was actively involved in the management and rehabilitation of athletes at the High School, college, and professional levels. His primary goal and motivation as a clinician is to positively influence the lives of patients he come in contact with on a daily basis. He is passionate about the opportunity, Physical Therapy and his skill set provides to patients, allowing them achieve personal goals that they thought were unachievable.



Kayce Hedrick, PT, DPT

Kayce joined the CTSM physical therapy staff in January 2015. Kayce was a familiar face to CTSM as she was our patient when she was a high school athlete. During her junior year at Franklin High School, Kayce underwent surgery to repair her torn ACL, and as she received physical therapy, she became interested in becoming a physical therapist herself! Kayce is an outstanding softball player and played on the Baylor University Women's College World Series team in 2011.



Paden Brown, PTA

Paden was born and raised in East Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M class of 2018 and from Blinn PTA program class of 2022. He became interested in physical therapy while recovering from a low back injury while kicking football in high school, and was able to make a full recovery without surgery in order to play soccer his senior year. He is excited to help others return to sports and other fulfilling aspects of their lives.