Terri McGee graduated from Texas State University’s Physical Therapy program in 1992 and has been active in the profession for 28 years. After practicing in San Antonio for 11 years, where she worked at Warm Springs and then in multiple hospitals, outpatient clinics and skilled nursing facilities, Terri and her family relocated to Hallettsville in 2003. She joined the CHPT family in 2014, and feels so very blessed to be HOME. She has experience in pre and post operative orthopedic management as well as injury recovery. Terri is a neurological specialist, and holds a post-graduate certification in Neurodevelopmental Technique from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and especially enjoys using her skills and knowledge to maximize function and quality of life with those who are managing a “new normal” brought on by a stroke, Parkinsonism, cerebral palsy or other neurological diagnosis. Terri has 2 sons, 2 daughters-in-love, and 1 granddaughter. She is a proud member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of ’89. She and her husband, Paul, enjoy ranch life in Wied and may have been seen riding around in the tractor together, Outside of work, Terri enjoys family time, running, teaching Bible at church camp, singing and playing the piano.