Andrea (Andee) Leal fell in love with pediatric therapy when she worked as a tech in outpatient pediatric clinics as an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin. She completed a Masters of Physical Therapy from University of Texas Medical Branch in 2005. She began her career as a pediatric physical therapist after 2 clinical rotations in pediatric settings and after completing a postgraduate certificate program in Early Intervention and NICU care. Andee has worked mostly in outpatient pediatrics and home health pediatrics. She treats patients with neurologic deficits, chromosomal abnormalities, ASD, developmental delays, torticollis, orthopedic injuries, and more. She is NDT (Neuro-developmental Treatment) certified, performs and teaches serial casting, and is currently studying to become an APTA Board Certified Clinical Specialist (PCS) in Pediatric Physical Therapy. Andee teaches as an assistant instructor for the pediatric physical therapy lab course at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Austin. Andee has three kids that keep her busy and she loves to volunteer with her favorite organizations CPATH Texas (Cerebral Palsy Awareness Transition and Hope) and Capital City AMBUCS.