Lisa M. Naeger, PT received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from St Louis University in 1980. She has served her profession clinically in many environments including: school systems, acute care, long term care, inpatient rehab, and home health services. Her management experience includes Program Director of a large CCRC, Director of Rehab in an IRF setting, and Owner of Northwest Houston Physical Therapy -a private outpatient physical therapy practice serving the North Houston area and contracted with Conroe ISD, Montgomery County MHMR, and 27 Home Health agencies. Her outpatient clinic, in conjunction with several Obstetric Physicians, provided biofeedback services for the treatment of urinary incontinence. She assisted President Bill Law in the development of the PTA program for Montgomery County Community College. Lisa is currently a member of the Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice and the American Physical Therapy Association in which she is an active member of both the Aquatic and Home Health sections. She was recently invited and actively participated on a task force for the APTA HH Section in the development of the recently published “Providing Physical Therapy in the Home.”
Fun Facts about Lisa – Lisa has been married to her high school sweet heart for 34 years, has 3 adult children, and resides in The Woodlands, Texas. She loves to cook – genes she inherited from an uncle who was a German baker and her mother. There is nothing she enjoys more than a Sunday meal at the house with her husband, boys and their families. Lisa went to PT school on a swimming scholarship, but today she loves hot yoga and jazzercise and an evening stroll around the neighborhood with her husband. Although a big vacation is great, a simple weekend on Lake Table Rock in Missouri (her home state), with her sisters and many nieces and nephews, is truly the best.