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Hi there! Thank you for coming to my website. I am Hayley and I help soccer players who are injured return to playing stronger and pain free. Wondering if you are in the right place?  


Do you have pain that still lingers with cutting and sprinting? 

Do you wonder if your pain will go away?

Do you wonder if you are resting too much after your injury or not enough?

Are you resting and still having pain?

Do you keep reinjuring the same body part?

Are you having stiffness or pain when running?

Do you have pain with climbing stairs?

Did you just have surgery and want to get back to playing soccer?

I treat the following conditions. 

  • muscle sprains, strains (ankle, hamstring, hip flexor etc)

  • repeated injuries

  • neck and back pain

  • joint issues

  • chronic pain

  • recovery from surgery

  • injury prevention exercise programs

  • and more....



Hayley Belveal, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. DN*

Owner/Physical Therapist

I have been a physical therapist since 2012 working with people with orthopedic injuries (bone, muscle, tendon, ligaments, etc). I started Soccer Fitness and Recovery in April 2020 out of my home in Austin, Texas.

Since I was six years old, I have played soccer. I played on club teams, the high school team and most recently, on a team in the Austin Women's Soccer League. When I play soccer, I can simply be myself and not think about my responsibilities as a mom or a wife. I'm doing what I love and getting a great work out. I love and understand soccer and have the skill set to help everyone enjoy this sport as long as they can.

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Family Life

I live with my husband, two children and our dog.  We love to go camping, hiking and swimming. I enjoy running, as well as team sports like sand volleyball and of course soccer!

*PT = Physical Therapist

DPT = Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy

OCS = Orthopedic Certified Specialist which means I specialize in musculoskeletal conditions

Cert. DN = Certified in Dry Needling which means I am qualified to insert a needle into a muscular trigger point. The purpose of this treatment is to decrease pain and improve range of motion.

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