Dr. Leon Bradway, PT MS OMPT
Physical Therapist/ Owner
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
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 have done clinical rotations in pediatrics, acute care, post-surgical, and pain management settings. I continue to acquire continuing education to provide the most effective care for my patients.
I am a member of professional organizations to stay up to date on the latest research and evolving profession. My memberships are with the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Texas Physical Therapy Association, and the Orthopedic section of the APTA.
My interest in Physical Therapy started when I was 8 years old. I would go to work with my mom who was a Physical Therapist in Houston. When I attended Texas A&M, I began working for Sports, Back & Pain Management Clinic as a physical therapy technician. I fell in love with the clinic and wanted to work in a place like this. After I graduated from Physical Therapy school, a position opened at the Sports, Back & Pain Management Clinic and I jumped at the chance of working for my ideal clinic. My husband and I were excited for this opportunity to move back to BCS and work with the BCS community!
Dr. Haley Stevenson, PT, DPT
I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in St. Augustine, FL. I received my Bachelors in Biological Sciences from Clemson University class of 2015. I have worked in a skilled nursing facility and outpatient sports and orthopedic physical therapy clinics. I take continuing education courses and I am a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) so I can stay up to date with the best evidence based practice and treatments for patients.
I first became interested in Physical Therapy after attending home health physical therapy sessions with my cousin who has special needs. I was amazed by how much the physical therapist helped improve my cousin’s quality of life.
My husband and I moved from South Carolina to Texas and although we are Clemson fans we are already loving Aggieland!