Stacy Murphy, PT, DPT, PRPC has been a PT since 2011, specializing in pelvic health since 2013 and earning her PRPC (Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification) in 2022. Stacy has a passion for guiding people in their journey towards optimal pelvic health and encouraging them to take care of themselves, while reminding them that they are fearfully and wonderfully made. Stacy has been the pelvic health specialist at Community Physical Therapy at PT of San Marcos and PT of Wimberley since 2019 and treats numerous conditions, including, but not limited to: urinary, gas, fecal incontinence, post-partum, post menopause, dyspareunia (painful penetration), constipation, bloating, post-prostatectomies, endometriosis, urinary urgency, frequency and bladder pain, post-hysterectomies, post-cancer reconstruction surgeries, etc. Stacy specializes in seeing the whole person and finding the driver for pelvic dysfunction while looking through an orthopedic and loving lens.
Stacy is also LSVT-BIG certified to provide the best care for people with Parkinson’s Disease. She enjoys being outside with her husband of 15 years and their 3 young children.
His journey to becoming a physical therapist began when he enrolled at Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas, where he played golf for 2 years. From there, he went on to Texas A&M University in College Station, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. Next, he attended physical therapy school at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. After graduating from physical therapy school, he was blessed to start working as a physical therapist at Physical Therapy of Wimberley/San Marcos.
Michael is a second-career physical therapist, graduating with his doctorate from Texas State University in 2022. With an athletic background and a first career spent with many hours a day behind a desk, he has had a unique opportunity to experience the challenges that a sedentary career imposes upon our health as we age. As a firm believer of health and fitness as a lifestyle and not a chore, Michael enjoys guiding his patients to the best possible results in treatment of their deficits, helping them to return to the activities they enjoy with the most possible independence, increased performance, and improved function while reducing pain and putting the patient back in the driver’s seat of their lives.
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