Springfield Physical Therapy uses many techniques to accomplish our patient’s goals, but hands-on, manual care is at the core of our success. Our treatments are guided by the latest evidence based research and advanced physical therapy training. Through specialized training, we understand when to safely and effectively apply joint manipulation, joint mobilization, soft tissue manipulation, or focused strengthening techniques.
Manual therapy is used to decrease pain and improve the mobility of patients experiencing pain. This approach uses a combination of manipulation/mobilization techniques of joint and soft tissue designed to help patients reduce pain and restore their functional movement
We know that it’s the people you work with who can make the biggest difference.
That’s why you’re in good hands with our team.
Dr. Houseman is a 2002 graduate of Kenton Ridge High School. He received a BS in Health Science from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2007, a Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2009, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2011. He enjoys fitness, sports and spending time with his wife and three children.
Dustin graduated from Southeastern High School in 2002. He received his Associates of Applied Science from Clark State Community College in 2009. He has been with Springfield Physical Therapy since graduation in 2009. He enjoys Sudoku puzzles, hiking, exercise, sports, music, cars, and most of all spending time with his wife, two children, and family.
Cayla is a 2014 graduate of Northeastern High School and Springfield Clark CTC. She received her Associates of Applied Science degree in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program from Clark State Community College in 2018. She received her Bachelor of Science in PTA from PIMA Medical Institute. In her spare time, Cayla enjoys reading, baking, sports, and any outdoor activities.