Co-owner Kathy Dieringer EdD, ATC, LAT is now Titleist Performance Institute Certified.
Becoming a consistent golfer encompasses more than hitting ball after ball on the driving range or putting green. Your physicality may be limiting all that you can be in regard to your golf game. The Titleist Performance Institute Golf Screen will identify your physical limitations and provide a plan to address and correct those deficiencies. By identifying faulty stability patterns and deficient mobility, a personalized golf specific program is developed to address and remove those limitations, allowing the golfer to reach their full potential. Using a team based approach that includes physical therapists, athletic trainers, and strength and conditioning coaches, every aspect of the golfer’s deficiencies can be expertly addressed. As an avid golfer herself, TPI has enhanced Kathy’s ability to help each golfer overcome those disconnects in the body-swing connection. Call 940-380-9111 for more information. Start on the path to becoming a better golfer!
For the second year in a row, D&D Sports Med has been selected as best physical therapist in the Best of Denton contest. Thank you to our staff for providing such exceptional service, and thank you to our patients and the Denton community for recognizing us. Read more →
Are you interested in joining our dynamic team? D&D is currently seeking a Full time Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant for our Denton location If you are interested, go to our “Careers” link under the “About” tab, and complete our application or fax your resume to 940-380-9112.Read more →
Ask our certified therapist about the new treatment option Dry Needling! Dry needling is used to treat pain and dysfunction caused by muscle problems, headaches, and some nerve problems. Read more →
Our featured patient is thirty two year old Andy Allison. Andy has been a firefighter and paramedic at Lewisville Fire Department, Station 3, since 2010. In 2012 he had unexpected life changing injuries occur while fighting a house fire. On August 6, 2012 Andy and his fellow firefighters entered a house to put out aRead more →