Katrina Watson, PT, DPT

Katrina was raised in Aransas Pass, TX, where she graduated as Valedictorian in 2012. She graduated from Baylor University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Education degree and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2019. 


Katrina has had experience working in fast-paced outpatient orthopedic, neurologic, inpatient and home health rehabilitation settings. She has certification in the Haynes Method of Neuromuscular Dry Needling® and as a Graston Technique® Provider. She also has taken continuing education through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in order to pursue expertise of and treat patients within the clinical specialty of pelvic health and Women’s Health physical therapy.


Katrina has interest in becoming a Board-Certified 

Clinical Electrophysiologic Specialist (CES) and is in the process of earning this certification through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Specialists in this area are skilled in planning and administering electrodiagnostic and electrotherapeutic clinical procedures (EMG/NCV testing), interpreting electrophysiologic responses, and proposing recommendations for subsequent management or intervention.

She is currently also working on gaining certifications to specialize in strength and conditioning for pelvic health and the pre- and postnatal populations. She would like to continually sharpen her clinical skills in order to provide her patients the highest level of care possible.


In her spare time Katrina enjoys hiking, working out, spending time with family and sharing good meals and laughter with friends.