Mike Wiechec, PT is a Generalist Physical Therapist who graduated in 2003 from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. At Oakland University, he was a student Athletic Trainer as well as Physical Therapy student where he gained knowledge in Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy, and Inpatient Rehabilitation. After completing his Physical Therapy degree at Oakland University, he continued with his education in Physical Therapy with the University of St. Augustine.
Mike traveled across the United States as a Physical Therapist for 5 years working with patients suffering from injuries and dysfunction in Outpatient Orthopedic Clinics, Outpatient Neuro Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Home Health, Worker’s Compensation, Aquatic Therapy, Inpatient Neuro Rehabilitation, and Inpatient Acute Care Hospitals and Trauma Centers.
Mike has been licensed in the State of Texas since 2006. He diagnoses and treats Movement Impairment Syndromes by comprehensively assessing postural and pelvic alignment, foot and leg structure, and the quality of joint mobility. He treats each patient utilizing Manual Therapy techniques such as Joint Mobilization, Myofascial Release, and Strain Counter-Strain Technique for Postural Restoration and then corrects Biomechanical Dysfunction with Functional Exercise to improve the muscle imbalance the patient experiences by emphasizing proper dynamic posture, proper balance, proper sequential breathing, proper spinal recruitment, proper intensity, and proper duration.