Andrea Wilson - Andrea is our Practice Manager and comes to us with over 30 years’ experience in the medical field. She oversees the day to day operations of both our Cedar Park and Leander locations. Andrea attended Manatee Community College and she carries a well-balanced knowledge base of both patient care and medical business management. Andrea relocated from Jacksonville Florida to Austin in 2013. She lives with her husband and enjoys spending time with her daughter and two Chinese Crested pups, Pooh Bear and Biscuit. Her outside interests include hiking in the Rocky Mountains, going to the beach, and visiting local restaurants and wineries.
Jessica Contreras - Jessica handles the front office responsibilities in our Leander office.
Becky Neu - Becky is a licenced PTA here at Whitestone Physical Therapy since March 2018. You will mostly find her at the Leander clinic, but she also spends some time in the Cedar Park clinic. She graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from Sam Houston State University in 2007. After working for a few years, she went back to school and graduated from the Blinn PTA program in 2014. Becky loves helping patients have less pain and get back to the activities they enjoy. She lives in Leander with her husband, son & 2 fur-babies.
Thomas Suh - Thomas completed a B.S. in Athletic Training at The University of Texas at Austin in 2015 and earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2017. Thomas is BOC certified and licensed athletic trainer in the state of Texas with experience working in Women’s Swimming/Diving, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Track & Field, Softball, and the Football team during his undergraduate studies at The University of Texas at Austin. He continues to be active in the field of athletic training by working middle school, high school, and collegiate athletic events as a PRN Athletic Trainer.
Thomas’ areas of interest are in the field of orthopedic and sports injury care, pain science, management of chronic neck/low back pain, and the use of hands-on manual therapeutic interventions to treat pain and impairments utilizing Functional Dry Needling/Cupping techniques.
Thomas is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (ATPA) and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), in addition to the Texas Chapter of both organizations. In his free time, he enjoys sports, lifting weights, reading, and playing the guitar.
Daniel Meredith - Danny, a Belton, Texas native, graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1993 with a Bachelors of Physical Therapy. He followed that up with the completion of his Licensed Athletic Trainer's License at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas in 1995. Since then he has worked in a variety of settings ranging rom large hospital systems, small outpatient clinics and specialized sports medicine settings in partnerships with several universities. Additional experience includes work as an athletic trainer managing the care of various professional sports teams. His primary practice includes care of orthopedic and sports injuries and surgeries, industrial rehabilitation, neurological injuries, vestibular dysfunction, balance deficits and returning patients to their prior level of function to improve their quality of life. Additional study in manual therapy, vestibular dysfunction and current orthopedic concepts keeps Danny current of the ever evolving trends in physical therapy.
After completing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2008, he relocated from Corpus Christi, Texas to his current home in the Cedar Park area to become the Director of Physical Therapy at Cedar Park Regional Medical Center. After four years leading their rehabilitation department, he opened Whitestone Physical Therapy to be able to focus on the care of patients full time.
Danny and his wife Jill have two very active children involved in various community and school related activities. Interests outside of work include cycling, volunteering at the various high schools and church activities.
Nina West - Nina earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from the University of Delaware. In 2018, Nina became a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist to be able to provide her patients with the most up-to-date, evidence-based treatments. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including the Texas Chapter and the Orthopedics Section.
Nina is clinically interested in providing holistic, individualized treatment to better facilitate returning to previous activity levels. She believes that this can be achieved by actively listening to patients’ needs and goals, treating the body as an interdependent unit, and incorporating evidence-based treatments.
Nina attributes her interest in physical therapy to playing competitive tennis as a teenager and experiencing several ankle and shoulder injuries that required physical therapy to help her return to play. Nina’s passion for physical therapy stems from the joy of seeing patients return to the activities they love to do.
In her spare time, Nina loves traveling. Her favorite memories include hiking in Hawaii and snorkeling with sea turtles. Nina also loves volunteering in the nursery at church, playing tennis, catching up on the latest movies with her husband, and exploring new restaurants in the Austin area.
Evette Harvin - Evette works in the front office of our Cedar Park clinic.