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Beau Kovach

Physical Therapist

Beau Kovach PT, DPT, takes a super-human approach to treating patients through physical therapy. His superpower is empowering others to see what they can do, instead of focusing on what they can’t do. Beau’s treatment specialties include blood flow restriction and trigger point dry needling. He also specializes in helping athletes return to sport, especially those involved in baseball and football, and providing biomechanical movement assessments.

Areas of Focus

Orthopedic Integrated Rehabilitation


  • Blood Flow Restriction Training Certification
  • Certified in Dry Needling
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification
  • Board-Certified Sports Specialist – In Progress


  • Belmont University, Nashville, TN – BS
  • Belmont University, Nashville, TN – DPT
My treatment philosophy is based on empowering patients and making you realize what your body is capable of doing. I believe in educating, coaching and motivating patients to become the best version of themselves. We always have a good time in therapy with good vibes, lots of laughs and a memorable experience.”
Beau Kovach PT, DPT
Beau has allowed me to get back to playing the sport I love with full assurance and confidence that my body will allow me to perform at the level I want it to. He always puts his patients first and truly listens to their needs so he can optimize the training and rehab he has specifically for you. Beau is professional at his job and takes heart in the work he does for his patients.
Annika Schmidt, Houston Dash
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