Todd Hobson, PT, DPT, ATC Clinic Manager
Sports were always a huge part of my life growing up, and I knew that I wanted to make an impact on future athletes. This lead to my undergraduate education in athletic training, but I did not want to limit myself to rehabilitation of athletes alone. I care about all patient populations and strive to help my patients achieve their highest level of function to improve their quality of life.
- DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR 2017
- BS – Athletic Training, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR 2014
- LICENSURE – Arkansas
I am very excited about the opportunity to work in a clinic with experienced therapists who can act as mentors so that I can further develop my skills as a clinician. I feel very blessed to begin my career as a physical therapist with such a well-rounded and family-centered staff at Harris and Renshaw.
- MEMBER – American Physical Therapy Association, Arkansas Physical Therapy Association, National Athletic Trainers Association
In his free time, Todd enjoys being outdoors and spending time with his wife, Mo. When he is not trying to figure out his golf game, he likes to hunt and stay involved in his church
Phil McKelvy, PT, DPT Physical Therapist
I had my first interaction with physical therapy as a high school student while recovering from a football injury. I liked how the therapists worked with a large variety of people and used their knowledge to help the patients get back to what their hobbies and daily activities.
DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 2016
BS – Kinesiology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 2013
LICENSURE – Arkansas
I enjoy working in a clinic where I can treat a wide variety of patients from young student athletes working hard to get back to their sport to patients working to get back to their hobbies without pain or limitations. Working in a clinic with several different therapists, there is plenty of opportunity to grow and learn. I try my best to stay current in areas of research that are constantly changing such as our knowledge of pain and utilize other therapists with different experiences than me to give my patients the best possible care.
MEMBER – American Physical Therapy Association
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my wife, Meredith and spoiling our dog, Aspen. I enjoy hiking, golf, disc golf, camping, traveling, and pretty much anything outdoors.
Hot Springs Village
For the past seventeen years, I have had the privilege of working in the medical field. I have worked in several different specialty offices through the years, holding different administrative positions along the way. Working at Harris and Renshaw is my first venture into the physical therapy world and I have enjoyed the more personal interaction with the patients that I have not experienced before.
When I am not working, I love spending time with my husband, Jason, and our four daughters: Emily, Charley, Maggie, and Mackenzie. I am ALL about my family. We enjoy going to the lake, go carts, shopping, baking, or just staying in and watching a movie. I am a proud softball mamma with three of my four daughters playing the sport, so we spend a lot of time on the field.
I am one of the physical therapy technicians here at HRPT- Hot Springs Village. My husband, Josh, and I live in Hot Springs and we enjoy serving in the ministry at our church, taking care of our pet guinea pig Vanilla Bean Campbell, and eating lots and lots of tacos. I am a worship leader and have been serving in music ministry since I was thirteen years old. My passions include leading worship, iced coffee, shopping (unfortunately), and hanging out with friends and family.
I love working at Harris and Renshaw Physical Therapy because I get to interact with the patients and be involved in their recovery. This is definitely a very rewarding field to be in.