Alandra Lancaster, PT, MPT, received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and minor in Biological Sciences in 2000 from the University of Texas in Austin. In 2004, she graduated from UT Southwestern School of Health Professions in Dallas with a Master’s in Physical Therapy. She began her career working with an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and made her way back home to Texas where she joined Orthopedic Physical Therapy team as the Clinic Director in April of 2012.
Alandra is committed to seeking the best outcomes for her patients through the utilization of evidence-based practice, educating the patient on the importance of participating in an evidence-based exercise program, and the use of multi-faceted manual therapy techniques that are specific to an individualized patient’s therapy program. Alandra plans to pursue her certification in Graston Technique as well as Active Release Technique to provide an enhanced experience that can alleviate acute and chronic pain. Her interests include manual therapy, orthopedics, geriatrics, scoliosis, cervico-genic headaches, TMJ disorders, spine rehabilitation, and sports injuries. Alandra is a member of the APTA Association and the Texas Physical Therapy Association.
When not at work, Alandra enjoys spending time with her husband and two Shepherd rescues, road trips to Colorado to play in the snow, and going to college football games at Kyle Field with her family.