Autumn Aneshansley graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy degree with outstanding distinction from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in 2008. She received the OU Award for Clinical Excellence in Physical Therapy, and was inducted into the Alpha Eta Honor Society. Autumn is an active member in her profession’s national and state associations since 2005, serving as the 2nd Vice president for the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association from June 2011-December 2012.
Prior to relocating to Texas, Autumn was clinical faculty at the University of Oklahoma and an Adjunct Professor of Physical Therapy, teaching in the Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum. She has a special interest in spinal dysfunction, sports and orthopedic physical therapy, and manual therapy. Autumn is trained in dry needling, a technique that aids in eliminating active trigger points and their referral patterns, which helps to restore optimal movement patterns and reduce pain.
Autumn is an Oklahoma native, growing up in Clinton, Oklahoma. She resided in Tulsa, OK before moving to Lubbock, TX in December 2012. In her spare time, Autumn is an avid sports fan, enjoys reading, traveling, spending time with family and friends, running, cycling, and the great outdoors. She is engaged and plans to marry her fiancé, Jerrod, in May of 2015. Autumn and Jerrod have two American Brittanys, Ranger and Remi.