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Troy Massie



I knew from a young age I wanted to pursue a health career, but never would I have guessed early on I would become a physical therapist. In my adolescence and teenage years, I had my Pulmonologist to thank for keeping me on my feet, and playing all the sports I loved despite my asthma trying to slow me down. I thought this would be the path I would follow, as it meant a lot to me. It wasn’t until I met my chemistry partner while attending UTSA, that I was introduced to the world of PT. He was a double amputee and explained to me that if it wasn’t for physical therapy, he wouldn’t have an amazing quality of life with his wife and two daughters. I knew immediately that I was meant to give back in this way, I was meant to help people achieve their movement and quality of life goals.


One of the greatest aspects of this profession is the constant and consistent opportunities to grow as a clinician. I am always pushing myself to improve my treatments and become a more complete clinician for my patients. Currently, I am undergoing fellowship training to becoming specialized in the field of Manual Therapy. These sets of skills that I learn along the way to becoming a fellow will allow me to continue to improve and evolve into a well-rounded clinician. And, along with this continuous learning, I have dedicated myself to stay up to date with the current issues in our profession. I have been to Washington D.C. to advocate on the behalf of our profession and patients to pass bills that will only help further our amazing care.


Being from San Antonio, I take a lot of pride in giving back to the community. During my years in Physical Therapy school, I worked with many organizations such as the San Antonio Food Bank, Kinetic Kids, and Habitat for Humanity. One of the best opportunities I was a part of, was helping plan holiday parties for the Kinetic Kids organization and developing a fitness coaching plan for their CrossFit team and coaches. As I grow in my career, I am continuously looking for more opportunities to help serve the community of San Antonio and surrounding areas, along with underserved communities all across Texas.


Licensure in Physical Therapy: Texas State Board of Physical Therapy Examiner
BS: Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, University of Texas-San Antonio, SanAntonio, TX
DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX