What is a Mobile PT Practice?
Revolution Physical Therapy & Wellness is a small, mobile physical therapy private practice owned and operated locally by two physical therapists, Dr. Katherine Huseman and Dr. Patrick Miles. Dr. Huseman and Dr. Miles were tired and burnt out from the limited amount of time, focus and individualized attention that patients were given in the outpatient setting. They decided to start a physical therapy practice in San Antonio that specializes in providing outpatient services in the comfort of patient’s homes!
How do I become a patient?
There are a few ways to become a patient!
- Give us a call! We can assist with obtaining a referral, if needed, and help you set up an appointment.
- Ask your doctor to send us a prescription/referral for PT to (833) 525 – 1855. Make sure that your contact information is included in the referral so we know how to reach you!
What happens during my first visit?
When your therapist arrives at your home for your first visit, your physical therapist will conduct a full-body movement assessment to test your strength, flexibility and balance as well as to observe functional movements that you complete on a daily basis. These tests and measures will serve as a baseline to ensure that you are progressing appropriately throughout your plan of care!
Based on your testing results, your physical therapist will design an individualized plan of care to address any physical dysfunctions, improve your symptoms, and educate you about your condition. At Revolution Physical Therapy & Wellness, we strive to provide a patient-centered treatment approach that is fully individualized and focused on your goals to help you take an active role in your recovery.
Please also have the following information available at your first session:
-Insurance cards (if applicable)
-Referral from your doctor (if available)
What do I wear at my first session?
Try to wear something comfortable and easy to move in, such as shorts and a t-shirt and tennis shoes.
Dr. Katherine Huseman
PT, DPT, COMT
Dr. Huseman is from San Antonio, Texas and attended Angelo State University for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She played DII volleyball for Angelo State for 4 years.
After graduating from Angelo State University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program, Katherine returned to San Antonio to work in an outpatient clinic, serving patients with a variety of orthopedic or neurological diagnoses. In 2018, she earned her Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT). She is working towards becoming a Geriatric Clinical Specialist (GCS), and has earned her certification in dry needling.
Dr. Patrick Miles
MSc, PT, DPT
Dr. Miles is originally from Detroit, Michigan. He earned his undergraduate degree and Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology at Bloomsburg University. He then moved to San Antonio and earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of the Incarnate Word.
Patrick has a passion for helping those with neurological conditions as well as those with vestibular conditions. For over a year, he ran a Parkinson’s exercise class, while working at an outpatient rehab facility. He earned a certification to teach Parkinson’s clients the PWR! Program. He is working towards becoming a Neurological Clinical Specialist (NCS), and has earned his certification in dry needling.
Dr. Elise Holmes
Dr. Holmes was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas and earned her undergraduate degree in Rehabilitation Science at University of the Incarnate Word. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at The University Of Texas Science Center at San Antonio in 2017.
After obtaining her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Dr. Holmes worked in an outpatient clinical setting as both a clinician and a clinic director. She loves to discover the goals and aspirations of her patients so she can work to meet these goals and improve the lives of her patients! Passionate, knowledgable and enthusiastic, Dr. Holmes is excited to join Revolution Physical Therapy & Wellness and start serving the San Antonio area. She has experience in treating both orthopedic and neurological conditions. She is working toward her Certification of Manual Therapy (COMT) and has a certification in dry needling.