Physical Therapy (PT) develops, maintains and restores maximum movement and functional ability. Dumas PT physical therapists and assistants use therapeutic exercise, specialized equipment and a variety of the latest techniques to treat injuries and conditions of all kinds. Se habla Espanol.

We are dedicated to continuing treatment for our patients. Our clinic is open and adhering to meticulous protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also offer telehealth visits for patients to continue their care from the comfort of home. Read more about our safety procedures, or call us with any questions.










Dumas PT therapists are skilled in treating all orthopedic conditions including sports injuries, strains, sprains, fractures, joint surgeries, tendon repair, amputations and arthritis.

Our physical therapists listen to you, assess your needs, and create an individualized plan to help you minimize pain, regain movement, and feel more like yourself again. We use the most current technologies and evidence-based treatment methods.


Providing treatment targeting developmental milestones through play and activity, our specially trained pediatric therapists are passionate about helping children play and communicate.

They will assess any concerns you may have regarding your child’s:

  • Gross-Motor Level
  • Muscle Tone
  • Range of Motion
  • Posture



Do you suffer from dizziness, unsteadiness and falling? At Dumas PT, our therapy staff have specialized training in treating all types of balance and vestibular system disorders including vertigo, concussions, migraine-related vertigo and much more. We use the most up-to-date technologies and proven therapies to assess your condition and get you back on your feet.

Sports Rehab

Dumas PT therapists are skilled in treating all sports conditions and injuries including strains, sprains and fractures. Our physical therapists listen to you, assess your needs, and create an individualized plan to help you minimize pain, regain movement, and get back to your sport. We use the most current technologies and evidence-based treatment methods.

Pelvic Pain/Incontinence

What do you treat?

At Dumas PT, our specially-trained women’s/men’s health therapist will assess and treat a wide variety of conditions involving the musculature of the pelvic floor such as:

  • Pelvic floor disorders

  • Deconditioned pelvic floor

  • Orthopedic conditions of the hip and spine

  • Prenatal and postpartum periods

  • Urinary incontinence

  • Pelvic pain

  • Constipation/fecal incontinence

Our therapist will start with an initial session lasting about an hour to conduct a careful assessment of your condition. The PT will then create a personalized treatment plan, which may consist of a variety of treatment techniques. We recognize that this may be a sensitive subject, but you aren’t alone. Incontinence is very common and very treatable.


Our Certified Lymphedema Therapist is specially trained in the evaluation and individualized treatment of the swelling associated with both primary and secondary lymphedema. Lymphedema is most commonly associated with damage to the lymphatic system caused by cancer therapy including surgery and radiation.

The swelling and discomfort associated with lymphedema can be debilitating, and although there is no cure, it can be successfully managed with proper treatment. Our certified PT will completely evaluate your history and condition before making an individualized treatment plan based on your needs. Treatment includes complete decongestive therapy (CDT) consisting of:

  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage

  • Compression Therapy

  • Lymph Drainage Exercises

  • Skin and Nail Care

  • Patient Education


Audrey Lamberson, PT
Clinic Manager

Dr. Audrey Lamberson, physical therapist, serves as Clinic Manager at Dumas PT.  She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, TX and has been leading the team since the spring of 2016.


Eduardo Olmos, PTA

A graduate of the Amarillo College Physical Therapist Assistant Program, Eduardo has worked as part of the Dumas Physical Therapy team since 2018.




Shayna Karmann, PT

Dr. Shayna Karmann, physical therapist, hails from Yates Center, Kansas but has made Texas her new home. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Wichita State University after earning her Bachelor’s degree at Kansas State University. Shayna began practicing at the clinic in 2022.


Amanda Brown

Amanda is our administrative assistant. A graduate of Prospect High School in Antioch, California, she has called Texas home for nearly two decades. Amanda lives in Dumas with her husband, and is the mother of five children and two fur babies. Amanda has been with the clinic since 2022.



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October 26, 2020





515 E 1st Street Dumas, Texas 79029


(806) 934-2634



Thank you for choosing RehabVisions for your therapy needs. We will strive to provide you with excellent and compassionate care throughout your time with us. Consistency is key to your recovery, so please make the most of our time together by paying attention, asking questions and engaging in the process.

New Patient Forms

Print and complete the following forms and bring to your first appointment. We appreciate you arriving a few minutes early to your scheduled appointment so we can finalize your paperwork and insurance.

What To Expect

Good Faith Estimate

Your therapist will complete a comprehensive evaluation of your condition and discuss your goals for therapy. At the conclusion of your appointment, your therapist will explain your personalized treatment plan and answer any questions you may have.

You will most likely be treated by both a therapist and therapy assistant. This team approach is part of the collaborative nature of therapy. They may give you at-home exercises you should do as assigned for your quickest and fullest recovery.

If you are receiving physical or occupational therapy services, please dress in loose-fitting clothes you can move comfortably in and wear tennis shoes.

To run an efficient practice for all patients, our schedules are strict. Please call if you are going to be late and let us know 24 hours in advance if you need to reschedule.

If you have difficulty attending the frequency of appointments your therapist recommends because of scheduling conflicts or financial concerns, please let us know so we can work toward a better treatment plan for you.

Remember To Bring

  • Completed paperwork
  • Valid photo I.D.
  • Physician’s referral or prescription, if you have one
  • Your insurance card
    *NOTE: If you’re interested in a cash-pay option (not billed through insurance), please let us know.

Please contact us at 806-934-2634 before your appointment if you have any questions.