Keeping BCS Active
CSPT 3-Step Process
1 – Eliminate pain (feel better)
2 – Find the cause and correct it (move better)
3 – Give you the tools to reach your highest level of pain free performance (perform better)
Whether you’ve just recently been injured or you’ve been in pain for years, we are here to help you.
We help active people in the Brazos Valley recover from injury, return to your active lifestyle and reach their highest level of performance.
3006 Barron Road, Suite 300
College Station, TX 77845
Who we are
Our goal in starting College Station Physical Therapy and Performance was to create an environment for high quality patient care and overall wellness. We are passionate about helping people in the Brazos Valley achieve and maintain their active lifestyle. Do you have a lingering pain or injury that is keeping you from doing what you love? Or do you have a fitness goal that you are trying to reach but you keep being held back my aches and pains. Whether you are training for a marathon or ironman, working towards Olympic goals, trying to stay in shape for a sport, maintaining your crossfit workouts, or just trying to being more active with your children we are here for you. We will always spend the time to find the root cause of your issues, help to eliminate your pain and teach you how to prevent them from returning. We are here to bridge the gap from recovery from injury to return to sport, helping you get strong and able to perform at your best. Read below to hear more about our team and some testimonials from people just like you. Give us a call or email us today to see how we can help you.
Brian has treated several members of my family, and we have all greatly benefitted from his expertise. Unlike physical therapy I’ve had elsewhere in which PT assistants provided most of the care, Brian is able to dedicate his attention 100% to his patients. Highly recommended!
I lead an active lifestyle and just dealt with joint weakness and pain as it came over 20 years of a repetitive injury. In just a few sessions with Brian, I have not just recovered from my latest issue, but am well on the way to being stronger than I was before. I now know that even after long-term injury I can still be both active and pain free. He has given me the tools I needed to help prevent future injuries and keep me participating in the activities I love.
Absolutely recommend these wonderful people for PT! You will get devoted attention every time.
After going to a chiropractor weekly to attempt to alleviate the chronic sharp pain in my shoulders With NO relief. I decided to try another way. After working with Brian for ONLY 3 sessions the pain has been completely worked away and he has given me exercises to do to prevent the pain and knots in my back from returning. I couldn’t recommend Brian more!!!
Carolina Orellana, Front Desk Specialist
Carolina is originally from Cali, Colombia but moved to the States when she was 12 years old. Cali is known as the Salsa capital of the world so she learned how to dance Salsa during her childhood in Colombia. Now she enjoys dancing to all sorts of music but she especially loves dancing Salsa, Merengue and Bachata. Carolina started doing CrossFit in 2013 and fell in love with lifting weights. Her favorite lifts are Back Squats and Deadlifts. She also enjoys running and hiking trails when visiting new places.
Megan Comire, PT, DPT
Megan moved to College Station in 2013 to attend Texas A&M University to pursue a degree in Psychology and Kinesiology. Following graduation in 2017, she attended the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2019. She grew up in Wylie, TX playing softball and volleyball which ultimately led to her love for sports and exercise. Due to several orthopedic injuries from sports, Megan developed her passion for physical therapy and helping others recover from injuries that prevent them from being active or performing to their highest potential. Megan is dry-needling certified and loves integrating this into her practice alongside other manual therapy techniques and exercise. She is also passionate about preventative knee rehab and returning to sport following injury.
Outside of work, Megan enjoys working out, running, and hiking. She and her husband, Cameron welcomed their first baby in September of 2021. They love traveling as a family to new places and exploring local food spots everywhere they go!
Zach Ginning, PT, DPT, CSCS
Zach was raised in Wichita Falls, TX where he grew up playing a variety of sports including football, basketball, golf, and soccer. He graduated with his degree in Motor Control from Texas A&M University in 2013, his Masters degree in Exercise Physiology from Texas A&M in 2016, and completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Angelo State University in 2021. He has spent time as an adjunct faculty member at Blinn College in Bryan, TX and working at APEC in Tyler, TX where he worked with athletes of all ages and skill levels. During his time in physical therapy school, Zach earned his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Zach is married to his beautiful wife, Sarah, and they have 3 kids. He is an avid runner, having run numerous half and full marathon races including the Boston and Chicago Marathons. He enjoys hiking, kayaking, being outdoors, and watching Aggie Football.
Brian Watts PT, DPT, ATC, CIDN
Brian grew up in North Texas playing soccer and golf along with many other sports. He attended the University of Texas at Arlington where he received a degree in Athletic Training in 2007. He continued his education at the University of Mississippi, graduating with a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2010. Brian is certified in integrated dry-needling (CIDN), performs manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. He worked at Mississippi Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics for 3.5 years until he decided to return to his home state of Texas. Brian, his wife Allison and their three children moved to College Station in 2014 where he joined the physical therapy staff at Central Texas Sports Medicine. At the beginning of 2018, Brian started College Station Physical Therapy and Performance.
Brian is active in the soccer, running and crossfit communities and is also a board member of the BCS Triathlon Club. With his athletic background and love of sports, Brian’s goal is to help people return to an active lifestyle at the highest level possible. He is bridging the gap between recovery from injury to returning to sport. Brian wants people to know that they do not have to live with lingering pain that is preventing them from doing the things that they love.
Allison Watts, Chief Operating Officer
Allison opened College Station Physical Therapy and Performance with her husband Dr. Brian Watts in 2018. Allison graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and has over 15 years of experience in the graphic design/branding/advertising industries. She is an active mother of three who enjoys barre, weight training, running and hiking. Allison is involved in marketing, staff and patient experience and all behind the scenes aspects of CSPT. She also produces The Active Texan podcast which is available on all major podcast platforms.
What We Offer
Every visit you have with CSPT will be one-on-one with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. We do not use aids or techs at our facility. We will help to relieve your pain, fix the root cause of the problem and teach you how to prevent it. Our goal is to treat the entire person for a more complete and lasting return to the active life you desire without pain medication or unnecessary surgery.
We focus on a mix of functional movement assessment, hands on techniques and a strong emphasis on education. We use manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, soft tissue mobilization and massage to improve movement and mobility.
We also use other techniques when appropriate such as trigger point dry needling and blood flow restriction. Skilled manual therapy techniques can make immediate improvements in pain and mobility creating an opportunity for greater movement, strength gains, and healing response.
It is therapeutic exercise that utilizes that opportunity to regain strength, speed healing, and resolve harmful compensations that you’ve developed. Some of the time spent in every treatment session will be focused on education for what exercises are best to treat your specific condition.
At College Station Physical Therapy and Performance, we help athletes and active people of all ages to perform at the highest level possible. We provide performance and wellness training and programming for runners, triathletes, golfers, soccer players and other athletes returning to the sport they love.
Titleist Performance Institute Golf Screen
Dr. Brian Watts’ TPI certification (Titleist Performance Institute) allows him to measure all sides of performance including strength, flexibility, neuromuscular control, joint mobility, balance and power.
CSPT DIGITAL AND VIRTUAL OPTIONS
Patients can still receive the help that they need while staying home. Staying at home does not have to mean staying in pain.
Digital Performance Coaching
Customized workout plans to help you meet your fitness goals.
FREE Phone Consultations
We offer free 20 minute phone consultations with a Doctor of Physical Therapy to discuss if we would be a good fit for you! Fill out the contact form below to set up a one-on-one consultation!
Check out our podcast The Active Texan! We talk to active people from all over the state of Texas about what being active looks like in their lives. Listen in on their stories and be inspired to live an active lifestyle. Podcast available on all major podcast platforms. Give it a listen here.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you take my insurance?
Here at College Station Physical Therapy and Performance our priority is high quality care for our patients. Because of this we do not have any contracts with insurance companies. You are with the Doctor of Physical Therapy for the entirety of your treatment as we feel the exercise portion of treatment is arguably the most important part of your visit. We can also give you the information that you need to file your own claim for possible reimbursement. By being out of network we can give you the attention and treatments that you need to get back to doing the activities you love.
Do I need a referral to see a physical therapist?
No, in September of 2019, Texas was one of the last states to give physical therapists direct access to patients. After 10 days we will need to get a referral if further treatment is needed.
Do you allow volunteers/observation at your clinic?
We currently do not have any volunteer/observation available at our clinic.
Are you hiring?
We currently are not hiring for any positions. Please check back here for any opportunities in the future. Thank you for your interest in CSPT.