Physical Therapy in McKinney
Our promise is that we will help you reach and express your full potential that you may achieve all in life that is good.
We realize that good help and guidance are vital. To this end we are committed to you, your family and your friends, to treat through a multidisciplinary rehabilitation approach and to educate in the care and maintenance of the body.
Meet Our Therapists | PTConcepts, McKinney
Lejoy Mathew, PT, DPT
Lejoy Mathew is a licensed Physical Therapist. Growing up locally in Richardson, he attended High School at Berkner. After receiving his Bachelors in Electronics Engineering Technology at Texas A&M University in 2005, he worked in the information technology field. However, after volunteering on several mission trips to third world a country he realized his true calling. Lejoy returned and earned his doctorate in Physical Therapy from UT Southwestern Medical Center in 2013.
Lejoy specializes in treating patients with acute and chronic orthopedic conditions. He incorporates manual therapy and personalized therapeutic treatments for his patients to reach their optimal level of function. He has a special interest in rehabilitation for return to sport training in patients of all ages but loves treating all different types of musculoskeletal diagnoses.
Lejoy now lives in Plano with his wife and son where they enjoy staying active, listening to music, and spending time with family. Lejoy loves his Dallas sports teams (Cowboys, Mavs, Stars, and Rangers) and is always up for a game of basketball.
Dr. Jerry Jacob, DPT
Dr. Jacob is a licensed Physical Therapist in the state of Texas. Dr. Jacob graduated from The University of North Texas where he received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and later went on to Texas Tech University Health Science Center, where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Dr. Jacob has worked in several different clinical settings including outpatient orthopedics, acute care rehabilitation, and in-patient rehab. He has experience in treating a variety of patients including athletes, post-operative, cardiac rehab, trauma centers, neurological centers, and work-related injuries. His philosophy for patient care is simple: to treat his patients as he would his own family. He uses Evidence Based Practice not only treat any deficits a person might have, but to help them improve from an overall functional perspective so that they can exceed their health care goals.
In his spare time, Jerry loves to spend time with his family and friends. He grew up in the Dallas area playing most sports throughout high school and college. He likes to keep up with all the local sports teams, mostly the Dallas Cowboys & Mavericks. And if you're up for the challenge, he can play a mean game of ping pong!
Dalton Smith, MS, CWC, USAW-Lv1
Dalton was born and raised in Wichita Falls, Tx where he grew up playing club soccer and football at Rider High School. He decided to stay local to Wichita and accepted a scholarship to play football as an offensive lineman for Midwestern State University. He graduated with both his Bachelor's (2013) and his Master's Degree (2015) in Exercise Physiology from Midwestern State. While working towards his Master's degree, Dalton was a graduate assistant Strength & Conditioning coach at MSU for 3 years. During that time he was the head Strength & Conditioning coach for the men & women's tennis, men's basketball, and women's volleyball teams. He also assisted the Director of Strength & Conditioning with the men's football and women's cross country team. Following his time spent as a Strength & Conditioning coach he was awarded a position as an Adjunct Professor for the department of Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology. During his 3 years spent as an adjunct professor he taught a variety of undergraduate courses ranging from freshman level labs to junior/senior level lecture classes. His primary responsibility was teaching a junior/senior level lecture class, Strength & Conditioning: Theory and Application. After leaving Wichita Falls, Dalton moved to Houston where he worked as a Strength and Conditioning coach at the Memorial Hermann - Ironman Sports Medical Institute, focusing on a return to play setting for athletes of all levels.
Dalton brings a very unique perspective to the clinic as he has a variety of experience as a collegiate strength & conditioning coach, rehabilitation director, professor, and athlete. He was a scholarship athlete for the football team at Midwestern State University (2008-2011) and played as a right offensive tackle and tight end.
Dalton actively competes in Olympic weightlifting and holds active certifications in both USAW and the CWC as a sports performance coach. His passions are Olympic weightlifting and research, especially regarding sports performance and injury.
Mason English, PTA
Biography coming soon.
Meet Our Staff | PTConcepts, McKinney
PTConcepts of McKinney
240 Adriatic Parkway, Suite 200
McKinney TX, 75070
Tel: (469) 294-4664
Fax: (214) 377-6243