Dr. Reneau earned his master's degrees from Texas Woman's University in physical therapy and Texas Tech University in sports medicine. His doctorate degree was earned from Boston University in 2006. While at Boston he worked extensively on understanding fall prevention among the elderly. He also developed an evidenced-based rehabilitation protocol for post-surgical rehabilitation of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. In addition to being a physical therapist, Dr. Reneau is also a licensed and certified athletic trainer. He has worked with sports medicine clients since 1985 and continues to enjoy working with local athletic teams and the weekend warriors. He is recognized as a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He continues to enhance his clinical skills with post-graduate continuing education courses as well as teaching continuing education courses to physical therapists and occupational therapists through Reneau Seminars. Dr. Reneau is actively involved in the local community. He is currently serving as the chairman of the Elder Board at Colonial Church. He is the past president of the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity and past vice president for Whispers of Hope. He has also held a chair for the Wichita Falls Board of Commerce and Industry and KMOC. When not working Dr. Reneau enjoys hanging out with his family, being outside, or "playing" in his shop. Fun Fact: He is a rock and roll drummer at heart having played with many different bands during his college career. He also played percussion for Colonial Church's praise team.
Dr. Nair was drawn to medicine from a young age, however, it was the tangible immediate results offered by Physical Therapy that was the decision point for her. She ran track as a kid and went to nationals for basketball. She graduated with a Master's in Physical Therapy from MUHS University, India with honors and as the class valedictorian in 2013. She acquired her Master's in Kinesiology from the University of Connecticut, CT in 2015 and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Touro College, NY in 2018. She worked closely with patients with Parkinson's Disease in the early part of her career, researching novel ways of treatment including dance therapy and assessment of posture. This lead to 3 first author publications in top peer-reviewed Physical Therapy journals and being offered an opportunity to be on the editorial board for several journals. Being immensely interested in quality control and the business side of things she went on to finish her MBA at Midwestern State University, TX in 2019. Curiosity and a thirst for knowledge have always been the cornerstone for her personally and professionally. As a PT, her focus is heavily on evidence-based practice. She keeps her skills and knowledge sharpened with several continuing education courses, webinars, and certifications. She loves the process of being able to help a person through their pain and gently guide them towards recovery with compassion while providing them with the highest level of service. She is certified in IASTM (Instrumented assisted soft tissue mobilization) and Dry Needling and APTA certified clinical instructor.
As the current Clinic Manager at the ReneauRehab, Burkburnett location she also enjoys the administrative aspects of the job.
Outside of work, Dr. Nair loves hiking, photography, intellectual debates, ballroom dancing, and reading. Quite an adrenaline junkie her idea of fun is jumping out of planes or adventure sports that push her physically and mentally to the limits.
Adam Hoff is a licensed Physical Therapy Assistant at ReneauRehab. He grew up on a dairy farm in Windthorst, TX where he spent most of his time helping out with the animals, working with the church youth group, or playing various sports. He attended Texas A&M University where he received a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Business Administration. During his senior year at Texas A&M, Adam began his journey in the therapy world by working as a physical therapy technician at the campus clinic. After graduation, he worked for two years as a physical therapy technician and established experience working with patients of various ages and backgrounds. In the fall of 2018, Adam began the PTA program at Weatherford College and the next summer he began a clinical with ReneauRehab. Adam learned so much in a six week period of time, including how to properly treat patients as well as how to operate a clinic and collaborate with colleagues. After graduating in May 2020, he began working for ReneauRehab and is excited for the opportunity to continue to grow as a therapist. Outside of work, you will find Adam back on his family farm helping out or at the local YMCA working out or playing basketball.
Craig has been in this field for over 27 years now and with ReneauRehab since 2015.
When he is not working he loves to go for concerts, travelling and hanging out at his pool.
Fun Fact: Graduated PT school at the age of 40.