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ABOUT ME

I was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX and graduated from Nolan Catholic High School and University of Texas in Arlington with a bachelors in Biology. I received my Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from University of Mary and have special certifications: Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) to better diagnose movement limitations, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) to apply safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs for my patients, LSVT BIG to improve Parkinson movement dysfunction. I am passionate about treating anyone that walks through the door by offering an individualized approach tailored to each person. I have special interest and clinical experience in treating active people of all ages dealing with musculoskeletal and neurological conditions that want to reach their goals of returning to their hobbies and sport. I use a hands-on approach for effective rehabilitation and now working towards completing fellowship in Manual Therapy though Institute for Athlete Regeneration.

 

Pure Motion Physical Therapy and Wellness was created with a patient-first mentality. That is why we implement a one-patient in the clinic policy for a distraction-free environment to get patients better faster.

In my free time, I enjoy playing basketball, volleyball, tennis, golf, and spending time and going to Mass with my wife, family, and friends. 

GOSOLO ARTICLE

"Pure Motion Physical Therapy is my calling to glorify God by impacting people through high-quality physical therapy."

-Don Nguyen, PT, DPT, CSCS

Continued Education

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CERTIFIED STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING SPECIALIST

CSCS certification is the fitness industry standard to apply developments in research to train clients and patients to perform better.

 

We implement safe training protocols and programs to help you quickly reach your goals. 

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SELECTIVE FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT

An examination to identify dysfunctional movement patterns. This allows us to understand and correlate pain, functional mobility, and stability/motor control. 

A better diagnosis of movement dysfunction can lead us to more specific treatment plan of exercise and manual therapy. 

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