Precision Sports Physical Therapy is committed to helping you increase your quality of life by being the best version of yourself. We will work with you to overcome your pain, regain your function and mobility, and prevent any further injuries.
At our clinic, we are all about the satisfaction and recovery of our patients. During rehabilitation, we push our patients to be the best they can be. We challenge them to maximize physical therapy results so they can achieve their desired level of physical strength.
Whether you’re an athlete recovering from a sports-related injury or someone suffering from a chronic condition, you can expect to receive only the highest level of quality care at Precision Sports Physical Therapy.
We strive to foster a helpful and supportive environment. To achieve ultimate success, we need to be able to work together. Thus, you can rely on us to be your care team to help you perform at your best – whether it’s at a sports stadium, at home, or your office job.
We don’t ever want our patients to be limited by pain. And we want you to know that even if you’re suffering right now – there is hope. Everyone on our team makes every effort to make your journey to recovery a fruitful and enjoyable one.
about eric steinke, pt, dpt, FAAOMPT
Eric is an accomplished physical therapist with over 10+ years of experience in the field. He has extensive experience working with athletes – from professional, amateur, to student-athletes as well as highly athletic individuals. He is passionate about helping patients achieve higher levels of mobility and function.
A graduate of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Eric has completed numerous sport-specific educational courses and has worked in the orthopedic and sports settings in Fort Worth, Houston, and Waco. He loves learning and continuing to adapt to the ever-changing physical therapy landscape.
Eric has decided to open his own practice, Precision Sports Physical Therapy, bridging the gap between physical therapy and sports and exercise performance. With these techniques combined, Eric believes that better human performance can be achieved. He makes sure each patient – athletes and non-athletes – can progress and perform better in the clinic and their normal environment.
Eric is certified in Sports and Orthopedic Manual Therapy (CSOMT) and Regenerative Dry Needling. Eric completed his Sports/Manual Therapy Fellowship through Institute of Athlete of Regeneration (IAR) in 2021.
Outside of Work Eric leads a very active lifestyle. Eric enjoys spending time with his wife, Holly, and his 3 boys Lane, Cameron and Blake. His family enjoys being outdoors, at the lake or at a sporting event.
about Holly Steinke, M.S. CCC-SLP
Holly earned her Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Holly has over 10 years of experience working with both pediatric and adult populations. She has training in multiple settings such as geriatric, home health, hospital, and outpatient rehab. She has completed additional education and certifications for myofascial massage and changing voice prosthesis within the head and neck cancer population. She has created an Alzheimer’s program as well as programs for progressive neurological disorders. She has a passion for working with all ages and assisting to improve communication abilities.
Holly specializes in head and neck cancer and swallowing/feeding disorders.
Outside of work, Holly enjoys being active, traveling, and spending time with her husband and three boys.
about Katie Reilly, PTA
Katie is a Texas transplant from Colorado, where she graduated from The University of Colorado- Boulder earning her Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology back in 2014. She is passionate about treating orthopedic impairments and improving the quality of her patient’s lives. Katie earned her Physical Therapist Assistant degree in 2018 from Pima Medical Institute and has continued her educational growth through additional courses geared toward hands-on manual therapy interventions and pelvic floor treatments to provide her patients with the best care she can give. “I believe in personalized care, with focus on each individual patient and what their needs are.”
Outside of the clinic Katie is an avid traveler who enjoys SCUBA, hiking, biking, and spending time with her husband and two dogs, Khaleesi and Lily.
about shelby cunningham, PT, DPT
Shelby earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2020 from Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC. She had the privilege of playing collegiate softball at Lipscomb University and has always wanted to give back to her community by helping athletes return to their sports with confidence. She also specializes in working with post-operative patients, chronic pain, low back pain, and neurological disorders.
She believes in delivering quality care that is unique to each and every one of her patients by making their goals, her goals. She is currently continuing her education and improving her skills to provide the best care she can by studying to become a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2023.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, being outdoors with her dog Daisy, and fishing
about Chad Schmeeckle, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS
Chad is an accomplished physical therapist with over 7 years’ experience in sports and orthopedics. He has extensive experience working with athletes of all ages – from Olympic, to professional, to collegiate, to high school, to the weekend warrior. Chad is board certified in sports rehabilitation (SCS) and holds certificates in dry needling and as a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS).
A graduate of the University of St. Augustine in Austin, Chad has completed numerous sport-specific educational courses and has worked in the orthopedic and sports settings in Fort Worth, at the University of Kentucky and at The Star in Frisco. Chad has a special interest in treating post-op cases of the shoulder and knee; in particular, treating athletes following ACL reconstruction. Chad’s previous experience as an athlete and a patient allows him to treat his patients with empathy and understanding, creating an improved patient experience.
Chad also enjoys educating and mentoring future physical therapists in the clinic and in the classroom. He is a Certified Clinical Instructor through the APTA and frequently takes students in their clinical rotations. He is also a lab assistant at the University of St. Augustine here in Dallas.
about Jay Warner, PT, DPT
Jay received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercises Science from the University of South Carolina in 2014 where he also had the privilege of competing on the swim team for 4 years, learning the value of hard work and perseverance. He then went on to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in Austin in 2018 and has been working in the outpatient/sport setting for the past 4 years with a growing interest in biomechanics and how movement and patterns impact function.
Jay is currently pursuing further education through the Postural Restoration Institute where he is learning to explore the science of postural adaptations, asymmetrical patterns and the influence of polyarticular chains of muscles. His passion is to decrease pain and improve function through specific biomechanical changes tailored to each individual patient, beginning with the basics and progressing through to higher level activities and exercises based on desired goals of each person.
In his free time, Jay enjoys spending time with his wife Courtney and little Frenchie Ziva. He is always up for a round of golf, a hike through the “hills” of Texas, or reading a good book at home.
about Cecily Blume, PT, DPT
Cecily earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Sports with a Nutrition minor from the University of Wisconsin -La Crosse in 2017, followed by her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in August 2021. She aspires to better herself by learning underneath the assistance of a multitude of mentors as well as independently staying up to date with the latest research. Cecily plans to further her professional education with an orthopedic specialty in the future.
In her free time, Cecily enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, traveling and fishing.
about Jennifer Flanagan
Jenifer enjoys building a relationship with all patients and it brings her joy to see the patients gain confidence through a successful recovery process. She is engaged to Mark and is set to be married on March 10, 2023. She has a stepson Blake, that is a junior at Dallas Baptist University. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family, attending sporting events and traveling.