Dr. Tyler Fleck
Class of 2023
Dr. Tyler Fleck attended Eastern Illinois University to achieve his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and subsequently obtained his CSCS through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He went on to complete a strength and conditioning internship at the Under Armour Performance Center in Baltimore, Maryland where he gained experience working with various levels of athletes including NFL players from the Carolina Panthers. He then went on to obtain his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, completing primarily orthopaedic and sports clinical rotations.
"What excites me about being part of the Baylor Scott & White + Baylor University Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency is having the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with established experts in the field through the Baylor University DPT program. I am also looking forward to the clinical mentorship component of this program to gain experience treating a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions. Ultimately by specializing in orthopaedics I aim to pursue my passion of working with barbell athletes and other individuals with orthopaedic injuries to dispel nocebic narratives and facilitate greater self-efficacy by promoting the resilience of the human body."
Dr. Hannah Lewis
Class of 2023
Dr. Hannah Lewis was born and raised in Delaware where she grew to love the beach and Philadelphia sports teams. She moved to Virginia for undergrad where she graduated in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in Exercise Science, and in 2021 with a doctorate in Physical Therapy. Hannah has called Waco home since 2020. In her free time, Hannah enjoys spending time with her husband, Austin, and daughter, Harper.
"What excites me about being a part of the orthopedic residency at Baylor is knowing that I will be able to strengthen and refine my ability to assess and treat patients in the area of practice that I am most passionate about- orthopedics! I am looking forward to learning from and working with such a well-respected faculty, and having the opportunity to meet and teach Baylor's PT students."