Ashley Pham, PTA was born and raised in the Houston area. She attended the University of Houston from 2011 to 2015 and received her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology with a Minor in Nutrition. While at UH, she excelled in both academics and sport by making the Dean’s list, competing on the UH Women’s Club Volleyball team, and by playing both women’s and co-ed flag football. Most recently, Ashley attended the Pima Medical Institute from 2017 to 2019 and received her Associated of Applied Sciences for the Physical Therapist Assistant license. While attending the Pima Medical Institute, she also worked with Advanced Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine as a Physical Therapy Technician from 2017 to 2019. She has since served as a Pediatric Physical Therapist Assistant since October 2019 and is currently attending classes to apply for the PTA to PT bridge program at the University of Texas Medical Branch in the next year or so. While she has been active in school and work, she still makes time for plenty of sport activity and currently serves as the Head Coach of the 13s and 15s regional club volleyball teams with Texas Legacy Volleyball Club.
She believes that the best approach to physical therapy is to start with a positive, optimistic outlook. Her patients describe her as compassionate and observant, and she is known for her optimism and willingness to take on challenges within physical therapy to help each and every patient reach their full potential within their recovery.