Cody McGrath PT, DPT
Growing up in Georgetown, Texas, Cody played varsity and club soccer throughout high school and went on to play at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas before transferring to Texas State University in San Marcos. It was during his college experiences where he realized he wanted to work with athletes. He tried his hand at personal training and decided he wanted to challenge himself further by pursuing a career in physical therapy.
He was placed at Mondo during his last clinical rotation in PT school, before long he was offered a permanent position. Cody likes working with runners, soccer players and the like. He is particularly interested in treating lower extremity injuries, such as hips, rehabilitating ACLs, and tackling tough foot and ankle cases. He finds particular satisfaction working with patients who have their doubts about physical therapy or who have had negative experiences. He takes the time to help each patient understand not just the mechanics of one body part, but an approach to their body as a system – and get them back on track, fast.
Cody holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas State University, where he also completed his undergraduate education. Cody is currently enrolled in The Manual Therapy Institute and is pursuing fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists, anticipated completion in 2020.
Outside of Mondo, Cody can be found kayaking, hiking, discovering new breweries or visiting the dog park with his wife and pup. He still plays soccer for fun, lifts weights, runs, cycles and dabbles in new cross-training activities.