OPP is a clinic on a mission.
Our mission is to serve endurance athletes in San Antonio. We do this by providing the highest quality treatments, delivered in one-on-one sessions. As a cyclist or runner, you have unique demands on your body. You put in crazy amounts of hours training each week, work a full-time job, and juggle family responsibilities. When you are injured and not performing at your peak, your life feels out of sync. We know this because we are athletes too. Our mission is to allow all cyclists and runners in the San Antonio area to be able to compete pain free! Read more about our treatment techniques here.
Dr. Will Gonzaba
Assistant Professor – St. Mary’s University
Dr. Will Gonzaba is the owner and lead physical therapist at Olmos Park Physio. More important Will loves bikes….he REALLY, REALLY loves bikes.
Will has been a competitive cyclist for ten years primarily focusing on cyclocross. Over the past five years he’s worked with Coach Aaron Nelson, founder of Jelly and Jam Racing. He got involved with endurance sports while in college and never looked back. Will began by competing in triathlons and duathlons, he has completed distances from sprints to 70.3s. Will then shifted his focus to cycling with a focus in cyclocross while in graduate school. This remains his focus today.
Will received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio in 2015. He initially worked for Gonzaba Medical Group and the Non-Surgical Center of Texas. During this year he helped Gonzaba Medical Group open a new physical therapy practice and grow it include two full time physical therapists, and two full time PTAs. Will and his wife, Michelle, then moved to New Orleans. While in New Orleans, Will worked in a private practice before venturing off to start a mobile physical therapy company, Physio2Geaux. During this time Will also working at University Hospital’s Burn Center developing inpatient and outpatient treatment protocols.
Will and Michelle moved back to San Antonio in the summer of 2019. Will accepted a full time Assistant Professor position at St. Mary’s University. He currently teaches courses in advanced orthopedics, biomechanics, athletic injuries, and anatomy.
Will has done advanced training in orthopedic and sports injuries, manual therapy, and bike fit.
Outside of work, Will enjoys cycling…. of course. And traveling with his wife and their two dogs Bonnie and Nolie.