Meet Taylor Reyes, PT, DPT, CFMT
Licensed Physical Therapist, Doctor of Physical Therapy & Certified Functional Manual Therapist
Dr. Reyes enjoys treating patients from all walks of life with varying issues. She has a passion for teaching people with chronic pain how to modify their mindset and lifestyle so they have a more empowered healing journey. The belief that exercise, nutrition, and sleep are the pillars of optimized healing is deeply rooted in her practice and personal life. Dr. Reyes and her family practice these pillars through adventure in nature, joy in cooking whole foods, and prioritizing rest.
In 2014 during a clinical internship in Guatemala, she had the opportunity to volunteer at a local prosthetics clinic and wheelchair shop, Transitions Foundation. The employees and clients of the organization touched her heart deeply. Therefore, FIRE Physical Therapy gives 10% of every initial evaluation to this foundation annually.
2018 - Current
American Physical Therapy Association
Training in Obstetrics & Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
Having completed basic, intermediate, and advanced courses in physical therapy for the obstetrics population, Dr. Reyes is advancing her training in pelvic floor physical therapy.
Institute of Physical Arts
Certified in Functional Manual Therapy (FMT)
FMT is a philosophy and structured system of patient care founded on the recognition that all tissues of the body are intricately interconnected and that efficient balance and movement require a dynamic interaction between the mechanical, neuromuscular and motor control systems.
2012 - 2014
Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Doctorate program for physical therapy. National and international clinical experience.
2009 - 2012
Texas Women's University
Bachelor's Degree, Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Curriculum-based on pre-physical therapy courses and exercise science. Completed an internship in cardiac rehabilitation through Medical City Denton. Participated in aquatic rehabilitation for pediatrics and the geriatric population.
FIRE Physical Therapy gives 10% of every initial evaluation to this to Transitions Foundation in Guatemala. Donations go toward prosthetics, wheelchairs, and/or education.
The Transitions Foundation's mission is to mobilize Guatemalans with disabilities through health, rehabilitation, education, spiritual development, leadership skills, social integration and employment.
Taylor with Transitions Foundation prosthetist, Joel.