Caleb Brown graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Southwest Baptist University in 2013 and received his Oklahoma board licensure soon after graduation. While an undergraduate at the University of Oklahoma with a special interest in exercise and conditioning, he became a certified personal trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2007. Caleb enjoys working with patients of all demographics with emphasis on orthopedics and functional movement dysfunctions.
Helen Washecheck graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BS in Physical Therapy in 1991 and completed a two-year post-graduate program in orthopedics in Austin, TX. In 1999, she co-authored a case study on treatment of ankle sprains that was published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy.
She relocated to Tulsa and became a partner in an outpatient orthopedic and spine physical therapy clinic for 10 years prior to opening Physical Therapy of Tulsa in January 2010. Helen has taught numerous continuing education courses over the past 15 years. She has developed a unique treatment philosophy combining manual techniques with movement re-education to obtain excellent outcomes. She treats clients out of Southern Hills Country Club as well as at the Physical Therapy of Tulsa Yale clinic.
Jonathan Willey became a board certified Physical Therapist Assistant in 2006. Since this time he has worked primarily in the outpatient orthopedic setting, focusing on spinal conditions, decreased tissue mobility, pre-operative and post-operative rehabilitation, gait deficits, and balance disorders. He has received extensive training in many treatment techniques, including Postural Restoration© and Movement Impairment Systems. Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant he graduated from Oklahoma State University.
Claire McInerney graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014 with a minor in Spanish from Saint Louis University. She became certified in manual therapy in 2017 and has undergone additional training in spinal manipulation and trigger point dry needling. She is currently completing an orthopaedic residency through Evidence in Motion to expand her expertise in treating all orthopaedic conditions including chronic pain. This residency will culminate with the opportunity to sit for the Board of Physical Therapy Specialties Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist examination in Spring 2018. Claire uses her clinical and educational knowledge to help the underserved Spanish-speaking community in the Tulsa area.
Eric Krebs graduated from Tulsa Community College and became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in 2013. Prior to attending Tulsa Community College he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Health and Human Performance at Northeastern State University. Eric has a passion for the outpatient orthopedic setting and always strives to deliver the utmost in patient care. Eric has previous experience working as a therapy technician, group exercise instructor, and fitness specialist. Through his prior experience he has been able to work with a variety of people from all ages to help them achieve their goals.