Matthew Fryberger, PT, MPT
Matt Fryberger graduated from Northern Arizona University in 1998 with his Bachelor’s in Exercise Physiology. He and his bride of one week moved across the country where he attended Chatham College in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, earning his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy with top honors and the Peer Excellence Award. Since that time, his practice has focused on orthopedic injuries and athletes of all sports, occupations, and ages. He maintains a certification in ASTYM therapy and Kinesio Taping as adjuncts to his mix of purposeful hands-on therapy and exercise prescription.
Born and raised in the valley, Matt stays invested in the community by serving on several school boards and in various leadership roles in his church. He loves coaching and teaching because of all he gets to learn from his athletes, students, and kids while helping them grow. When he is not in the office he is chasing his three kids around the little league or soccer fields, silently analyzing their swim team practice, trying to sneak a peek of their dance recital rehearsal, or getting beaten by them at any video game.
Lisa Hall, PT
Lisa Hall has been practicing in Arizona since 1988 and has been with Physicians Physical Therapy Service since the summer of 2015 at the Avondale Clinic. She graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma. Lisa has an extensive background in treating the injured worker and those motivated in getting back to their active way of life and occupation. She has clinical experience with ASTYM and Kinesio Taping.
Lisa spends the majority of her weekend and time away from the office outdoors, in Northern Arizona, doing the things she likes best, fishing, gardening, cooking, and eating!
Miguel Hernandez, PT, DPT
Miguel has been with Physicians Physical Therapy Service since July of 2007 and is currently working in our Avondale Clinic. He attended Arizona State University where he graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology. He went on to obtain a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 1999. Continuing his education, Miguel earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2006.
Miguel has extensive experience in outpatient orthopedics, including: cervical region, shoulder, elbow, wrist, chest, ribs, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, hips, knees, ankles and feet. In addition he treats gait disorders, post operative patients, sports injuries, work injuries and vertigo. He enjoys working with each body region and has specific interest in working with shoulder and knee injuries.
Miguel has been married a little over 3 years and has 2 children, boys, ages 10 and 3. He enjoys spending time with family and traveling to various places in Arizona. In his free time Miguel also reads and spends time exercising at the gym.