The blueprint for your treatment is built around teamwork between you and your Physical Therapist/Trainer (PT/T).

In our one-on-one innovative approach, we promise to give you the proper motivation, education, equipment and time to rebuild and elevate a quality for your life.

Matt Gloyd

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Trainer, Founder & CEO

Undergrad: University of Arizona with a Bachelors of Science in Physiology
Graduate School: Northern Arizona University Doctorate in Physical Therapy, 

Professional Experience: Panel member and presenter for Youth Sports Day of Arizona, evidence-based practice presenter for APTA, arizona chapter. Sports Medicine Clinic, Orthopaedic Screening for Oakland A’s, Sports-Specific Training Coach for High School Athletes in Scottsdale. 

Why are you a PT? As a former athlete and cancer patient, I have the opportunity to connect with my clients on a far more intimate level having faced the challenges of recovery.  Physical Therapy is an extremely rewarding role in the healthcare arena.  My passion for coaching, educating, motivating, and treating patients allows for faster recovery and the desire to elevate quality of life. 

Maggie Mills

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Trainer

Undergrad: Washington State University, BS in Kinesiology, 4-year starter for women's soccer team
Graduate School: Northern Arizona University Doctorate in Physical Therapy

Professional experience:  Worked in fast-paced pediatric and orthopedic outpatient clinic, focusing on work with athletes and orthopedic pediatric patients. 

Why are you a PT? I love helping patients find a way to move well and return to activities they love doing to maintain their health. 

John Kindle

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Trainer

Undergrad: degrees in Education, English, Biology, and Kinesiology & Health Promotion, and Psychology from Central Wyoming College and the University of Wyoming
Graduate School: the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Physical Therapy Program.  Completed Post Doctoral Orthopedic Residency at the Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona

Professional Experience: Worked in Outpatient Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation Clinics for five years before becoming a home health physical therapist

Why are you a PT? When patients realize that they can be pain free in activities or do things they never thought possible, they feel inspired and motivated. 

Bret Waltz

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Trainer

Undergrad: Purdue University, Bachelors of Science in Movement and Sports
Graduate School: University of Miami Doctorate in Physical Therapy

Professional Experience: Over 10 years as an orthopedic physical therapist, specializing in Performance Physical Therapy and Sports Specific Training.  Former Head of Athletic Training Services and Strength and Conditioning Specialist for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Player Development

Why are you a PT: It was a great way to merge my interest in human performance and sports medicine.  Working as a PT aide I found it very rewarding helping people through difficult moments in their lives, and enjoyed the relationships that developed from consistent care.


Amber Enright

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Trainer

Undergrad: Northern Arizona University, Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science
Graduate School: Northern Arizona University, Doctorate in Physical Therapy
Special Certifications: LSVT BIG

Professional Experience: Doctor Amber Enright is a creative guru in the field of physical therapy. She has a strong history of leadership at some of the best clinics and hospitals in the country, with clinical emphasis in Neurologic injury; including brain cancer, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and Parkinson’s disease. Dr. Enright says that to treat any patient completely, she must first listen to find the true source of the pain or problem so she can treat you, not just your diagnosis. “We  are first students to their pain, then become teachers to make gains.”

Why are you a PT? Being a product of the foster care system as a child, I watched intently and felt overwhelming emotion when I saw other kids, parents, siblings, and grandparents struggle; emotionally, physically, socially. I wanted nothing more growing up than to literally reach out and help somehow. When I found PT, I realized this was my calling. This IS my reach. 


Michelle Brimley 

Master Massage Therapist

Undergrad: Southwest Institute of Healing Arts

Professional Experience: Over 2,000 hours of education, established 16 years of working in Arizona's massage therapy health and wellness industry. Experience serving in private practice, premier resort spas, local community clinical rehab and chiropractic experience. 

Why are you a PT? As a collective we continue to learn and rewrite what we know about the mind and body. Likewise both ancient and new promising therapeutic modalities are always on the horizon to learn and expand my approach in my massage practice. I love to work with individuals needs and physical goals, sharing in the wonder and excitement that is possible to shift our life experience in health."  

Grant Crerie

PTA and Certified Wellness Trainer

Undergrad: Northern Arizona University, Bachelors in Health Sciences

Professional Experience: Having 8 years experience working in the PT environment and specializing as a Wellness Trainer,Grant has enjoyed guiding people with successful health and wellness transformations. Grant is experienced working with athletes to seniors striving for new and exciting goals. His skills have developed in China where he traveled working with other DPTs, and specializing in Qi Gong using holistic energy healing.

Why are you a PT? Experiencing stage 4 cancer, Grant composed a combination of personal training, nutrition, and Qi Gong healing approaches, to catapult his recovery as a cancer survivor. He incorporates these practices not just personally, but with clients working alongside the PT3 team.   



David Waite

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Trainer

Undergrad: Hutchinson Community College – A.A. Sports Medicine; Emporia State University – B.S. Biology
Graduate School: Southwest Baptist University – Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Professional Experience: 5+ years of work experience as a traveling therapist, contractor and clinic consultant. David has experience in acute care, outpatient orthopedics, home health, pediatrics, long term care, acute rehabilitation as well as sports performance settings.

Why are you a PT? Physical Therapy is my form of service to others. Restoring someone’s physical capacities is a powerful way to empower them to live a more actualized and fulfilled life!

Allison Gloyd


Undergrad: University of Arizona, Bachelors of Science in Marketing

Professional Experience: Worked in Sales for the last 10 years in the outdoor advertising industry, while assisting Matt with start of PT3

Why are you a PT? Well I’m more about the 3 in PT3.  While I can’t provide the physical therapy or the private training, I hope to help with the Personal Touch.  After working with clients of my own, I’m excited to be able to help this very talented group of PTs enhance the quality of life of their patients.  


Bo Russell

Executive Assistant

Undergrad: University Of Kansas

Special Certifications: Personal Training, EMT

Why are you a PT? Bo joined the PT3 practice to coordinate the day to day operations. He is a certified personal trainer who assists in various PT3 protocols. He is also a certified Arizona State EMT and ran 911 calls for three years. Bo enjoys the "great outdoors" and participates in triathlons around the state of Arizona every year.  Bo’s goal is to give behind the scene support to the PT3 team and help provide a positive patient experience. 

Texas Practice & Travel Services


Aaron Spivey

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Texas Director & Director of International Operations

Undergrad: Oregon State University. Bachelors in Exercise Sports Science

Professional Experience: Before working with Matt to establish the PT3 model, including pioneering PT3 International, I worked in a number of therapy settings including: sports medicine, outpatient orthopedics, acute rehab, skilled nursing, home health and hospital-based. This experience provided valuable insight into the continuum of physical rehabilitation and the importance of continuity of care.

Why are you a PT? I was introduced to physical therapy after sustaining a knee injury in young adulthood. My experience as a patient sparked my interest in the profession, which blended my fascination of human kinetics with my passion for teaching. While undergoing physical rehabilitation, I learned not all physical therapy was created equal. I found the common link between quality service and substandard care was time. The time a therapist had to provide hands-on treatment, the time a therapist took to educating me on each aspect of my care, and the time a therapist spent getting to know me as a person (not simply a diagnosis). That experience years ago helped structure my clinical practice today, and in the process taught me to appreciate both the art and science of rehabilitation.