Dr. Leon Bradway, PT, MS, OMPT
I have over 25 years of experience in physical therapy. I am a retired U.S. Navy commander and for over 20 years, had the privilege and honor of treating military members and their families. As a physical therapist, I have worked with college athletes, retirees, active duty members, injured soldiers/sailors, and family members. I have also worked with over 5,000 post surgical patients helping them recover to the maximum level possible. I have advanced degrees and advanced training in a number of areas, in particular, pain management, post-surgical recovery, college athletics and rehabilitation. I continue to acquire advanced training to ensure that I am providing the most effective care for his patients. In fact, I am the only physical therapist in the area with training in Trigger Point Dry Needling and Intramuscular Stimulation. I also have advanced certifications from the experts in the field including the international program ISTOP. I am certified in EMG/NCS tests and have advanced training in manual therapy. My goal is to get you moving again and keep you moving. I strongly believe that being active enhances your well-being & quality of life.
I am very active in my professional associations. I am a member of the Geriatrics & Orthopedics Sections of the American Physical Therapists Association (APTA) and a member of the Texas Physical Therapy Association.
On a personal note, Leon (Class of '86) is an avid aggie sports fan, proud father of Eileen Bradway, (Class of '22), and husband of Lisa Bradway (Class of '82) who was raised in the community. Her father (Bill Kuvlesky) was a Sociology Professor at TAMU for 30 years and her mother (Eileen Kuvlesky) was a TAMU Development Officer for many years.
Dr. Katie Davenport, PT, DPT, COMT
I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Angelo State University in
San Angelo, TX, and I received my Bachelors in Kinesiology from Texas A&M class
of 2011. I work with many orthopedic diagnoses but I have found my passion and
specialize in dysfunction and disorders of the Temporomandibular Joint and pelvic floor. I continue to acquire continuing education to improve my diagnostic, treatment, and manual
therapy skills to provide the most effective care for my patients. The specialties of
TMD and pelvic floor have been a growing interest, and I love working with local
dentists and OBGYNs to collaborate on your care.
I have obtained my Certification in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (COMT) which is a
post-graduate specialization improving manual therapy skills, advanced clinical
reasoning, and evidenced-based and patient-centered approaches. Further, I am also
certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling. I plan to sit for my board exam to become a
Certified Cervical & Temporomandibular Therapist (CCTT) in the near future.
On a personal note, my husband (class of 2010), our two girls (2040 and 2042), and I
love our Aggie and BCS community!
Dr. Sarah Walton, PT, DPT
I am a Texas native who received my Bachelor of Science in Biology at Texas A&M University- Texarkana in 2014, and my Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 2017. I have a variety of clinical experiences, am certified in dry needling, and specialize in pelvic floor therapy, TMJ disorders and dysfunction, and chronic and acute pain through pain science education. I also treat all orthopedic concerns and issues. I love being a part of the SBPMC family and am passionate about helping each client meet their individual and specific goals and giving clients answers.
My husband, Scott, and I enjoy the outdoors, traveling, working out, cooking, and spending time with our rescue dog named Willow. We are BCS transplants and look forward to making Aggieland our home for years to come!
Many of our Physical Therapy Technicians are Aggie students pursuing their Physical Therapy careers. They are at the clinic throughout the day to assist the Physical Therapists.