Caleb Ashmore, DPT

Caleb Ashmore, DPTPhysical Therapist

  • Physical Therapist
  • Board Certified in Orthopaedics
  • Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists
About Me

Caleb Ashmore graduated physical therapy school from Texas Woman’s University – Houston in 2013.He completed an orthopaedic physical therapy residency at Memorial Hermann in 2014. Following this, he began working at Harris Health System, where he specialized in treating medically complex patients with chronic pain and other orthopaedic dysfunctions.

He became board certified in orthopaedics in 2015, and became a fellow of manual physical therapy by completing the orthopaedic manual therapy fellowship with Houston based OPTIM shortly after. Throughout his career, he has mentored several PT students and residents. He has taught orthopaedic labs and led journal clubs at local PT and PTA programs, assisted in study design and data collection for multiple research studies with colleagues at Memorial Hermann and Harris Health System, and educated peers on orthopaedic evaluation and manual therapy skills. He continues to teach the lumbar spine exercise and dry needling module in the Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency at Harris Health. He has also guest lectured on the effects of breathing in patients with low back pain for the OPTIM Manual Therapy Fellowship. Caleb has presented platform and poster presentations at several conferences, including: TPTA and CSM, and has attended: IFOMPT, and AAOMPT conferences on numerous occasions. He is a member of the local TPTA chapter executive board, serving as a nominating committee chair. He is the most recent addition to the Performance Pain & Sports Medicine team and is excited to bring his expertise to a new patient population and to continue to improve the quality of physical therapy care for patients within the Houston area.

In his spare time, Caleb enjoys exercising, playing kickball, watching sci-fi movies with his wife, and hanging out with his cats, Dexter and Link, and his dog, Starbuck. He also loves traveling the world with his wife and learning/experiencing new things whenever possible.


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