Greg Andis, MS, LAT, ATC, PTA, CSCS
Greg Andis holds a Masters and Bachelors of Science Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. He also holds an Associate of Science Degree in Sports Medicine and Physical Therapist Assistant from Odessa College.
As Director of Sports Medicine at PhyTEx, Greg has the unique opportunity to assist area athletes, coaches and athletic trainers with their sports medicine needs.
Greg maintains licensure as an Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist Assistant as well as Certification in Athletic Training. He is Certified in Graston Technique and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has worked with a large number of sports teams ranging from pre-kindergarten teams to professional athletes.
In fact, Greg was the first athletic trainer for the Odessa Jackalopes Professional Hockey Team, a position he held for twelve years.
Greg built a strong sports medicine and orthopedic background by beginning his career in an orthopedic outpatient clinic. Greg has since worked for Primary Medical Clinic, Basin Orthopedic Surgical Specialists and HealthSouth Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center in Odessa as the Sports Medicine Coordinator before becoming a part of PhyTEx.
As a Physical Therapist Assistant, he is able to work daily with the Physical Therapist to assist the patients in their plan of care and recovery processes.
He holds membership in the TSATA, SWATA and NATA and is proud to hold the highest honor in the Boy Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout.
He and his wife Larissa have twin daughters Keira and Kylie and a son Jaxxon.
Greg says his greatest achievement in life was becoming a father and loves spending time with his children. He enjoys outdoor activities including mud runs, hunting, fishing and weight lifting.
Jim Carlson, MEd, LAT, ATC
Jim Carlson, whose past accomplishments include United States Olympic Committee service as an athletic trainer for Men’s Basketball at the World Youth Games in Moscow, Russia and Swimming and Diving trainer for the World University Games in Fyuokoka, Japan, is into his seventh year as a partner of PhyTEx Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Associates. He also previously served as the athletic trainer for the NJCAA All-Star Baseball Team in international tournament play in Merida, Mexico.
Jim holds a Master of Education and Bachelor of Education degrees from the University of Texas at Austin where he was the initial recipient of the Darrell K. Royal Scholarship from the Ex-Student’s Association and is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, a National Honor Society in Education.
Prior to his current role with PhyTEx, he completed six years with HealthSouth Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center of Odessa as administrator, a position he held since its inception as a start-up facility in July, 2000. Prior to that he was Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation at Odessa College for more than five years, while simultaneously serving as Chair of the Physical and Health Education Department, overseeing operations of the Odessa College Sports Center, intramural activities and community recreation.
In addition to being the administrator, he maintains licensure and certification as an Athletic Trainer and assists in community sport medicine outreach and athletic training contract services to area schools and professional sports organizations.
He has long been active in the community and is currently on the board of directors of the Odessa Chamber of Commerce. Jim continues to be active with community sports and recreation groups as well as local church organizations, serving on administrative committees.
He and his wife Karin have two daughters, Courtney and Megan.
Steve Ward, PT, DPT, SCS, MBA
Steve Ward received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Evidence in Motion Institute of Health Professions in 2016. He holds a Master of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, Master of Business Administration Degree from the University of Rhode Island, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Texas Tech University.
Throughout his longstanding career in sports medicine and physical therapy, he has held positions ranging from Facility Administrator and Athletic Trainer at HealthSouth Sports Medicine of Mansfield and Odessa respectively; Director of Rehabilitation for Scenic Mountain Medical Center in Big Spring, and Director of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training at South Plains College in Levelland, TX.
Steve is a Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist (SCS), trained in Dry Needling techniques, and has studied the Maitland-Australia aproach to Spinal and Peripheral Conditions. Steve holds membership in the APTA as well as the SWATA. He is also actively involved with Education Foundation.
He and his wife Robin have three daughters, Morgan, Paige, and Landry. Steve enjoys spending time with his children, CrossFit training and hunting.
David Godino, PT, DPT, COMT, OCS
David Godino joined PhyTEx Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Associates in June of 2011 as a full time Doctor of Physical Therapy. David and his family recently moved to his native area in the panhandle to expand our physical therapy operations and open our newest location with a new logo.
He graduated with his Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Sciences from the Texas Tech University in 2008 and finished his Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy in 2010 from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, TX.
In July of 2012, he became a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) of the spine. David is trained in Dry Needling techniques and in 2016 became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). Making him one of few Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialists in the area.
Prior to joining the PhyTEx team, David was employed as an outpatient Physical Therapist at Levelland Physical Therapy in Levelland, TX.
A native of Canadian, TX, David and his wife Brooke have three sons, Cruise, Case, and Cooper. David enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, exercising/crossfit, and golfing.