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Dr. Alison Geymer, PT, DPT

Movement Disorder Specialist Therapist

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Dr. Geymer is a leading Neurologic Physical Therapist and in particular specializes in Movement Disorders. She has extensive specialized training in Parkinson's therapies and exercise programs. She is also now a Certified Nutrition Physical Therapist and believes in educating clients about how their food choices can be medicine or can be harmful to their body.

She believes that people with neurological injuries or conditions, including

  •  Parkinson's,

  • PSP,

  • MSA,

  • Alzheimer's,

  • Mild Cogntive Impairment,

  • Stroke,

  • Spinal cord injury,

  • Brain injury,

  • Concussion,

  • Vestibular and balance disorders,

  • Ataxia,

  • MS,

  • Neurologic deficits associated with aging,

  • Functional Movement Disorders,

  • Dystonia, etc.) CAN and SHOULD get better with the right environment and the right amount and type of practice. 

Our brains have the ability to change for the better or for worse. We pride ourselves on providing an ongoing environment of brain stimulation and health with proven results of improved cognitive status, improved social interaction, improved functional mobility, improved outlook on life, improved strength and fitness. We believe you should have an ongoing relationship with your physical therapist. Waiting until something goes wrong or until "it's time" is oftentimes too late. You can be a driver in changing your brain and changing the outcome of your destiny. We provide the tools and the knowledge of how to do so. 

Hilary Byatt, SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Speak Out Therapist

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Ms. Byatt is a leading Neurologic Speech Therapist and in particular specializes in Movement and Neurological Disorders. She has extensive specialized training in Parkinson's therapies and exercise programs. 

She believes that people with neurological injuries or conditions, including

  •  Parkinson's,

  • PSP,

  • MSA,

  • Alzheimer's,

  • Mild Cogntive Impairment,

  • Stroke,

  • Spinal cord injury,

  • Brain injury,

  • Concussion,

  • Vestibular and balance disorders,

  • Ataxia,

  • MS,

  • Neurologic deficits associated with aging,

  • Functional Movement Disorders,

  • Dystonia, etc.) CAN and SHOULD get better with the right environment and the right amount and type of practice.

  • She graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas in 1990 with a Master of Science in Communication Disorders, Cum Laude and Southern Methodist University in 1987with a  Bachelor of Business Administration, Major in Finance . She has been VP of several rehab companies throughout her career and strives to provide the best care to our neurologic population possible.