Originally from Missouri, Mason Schlotzhauer had a passion for physical therapy from a young age. After graduating from Missouri Valley College with a degree in Exercise Science, he married his wife, Noelle, and moved to Texas. He is currently finishing his DPT with Baylor University, spending his last several weeks of clinical rotations with TMI Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery.
"I am excited to continue my journey with Baylor University through Baylor Scott & White - Baylor University Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency. Through exceptional clinical mentorship and faculty, I am looking forward to expanding my skills and clinical reasoning while exploring the academic and research opportunities within the residency. I believe this residency is the next step to becoming the clinician I aspires to be."
Jacob Bevell was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV and has always enjoyed sports and family time. He served a 2-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he learned to love serving anyone and everyone in any capacity that he can. Mr. Bevell received his bachelor's degree in exercise science at BYU and then attended Baylor University for his DPT. During his downtime, he loves to spend time with his wife, Erica, and daughter, Lively.
"What excites me most about being a part of this residency program is to continue to learn from some of the best in our field in treating orthopedic conditions. I strongly believe that the mentorship and leadership associated with the program will help me elevate my patient care above what I can do on my own. I am also looking forward to the opportunity to be a part of the team, teaching at the lab immersions that I know from experience are so important! Ultimately, I am excited to increase my ability and capacity to treat the wide range of patients that deal with orthopedic conditions and help them understand the amazing power that is movement."