Physical Therapy Contacts:

Seth Manly, PT

Virginia Bevers, PTA

Shirley Ann Aguas, PTA

Kyle Barnett, PT


Physical Therapy

As a department of Lynn County Hospital District, LCHD Rehab & Fitness Center provides a full range of outpatient Physical Therapy treatments including hot/cold packs, paraffin, ultrasound, electric stimulation, iontophoresis, phonophoresis, massage, ice massage, traction, balance/gait training and exercise. Physical Therapy services are provided by Cherie Robles, PT and Seth Manly, PT.

LCHD Physical Therapy now has the Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill! Thanks to its precise unweighting technology, the Alter G Treadmill allows us to reduce gravity’s impact by reducing up to 80% of your body weight. This allows patients to rehab lower extremity injuries with less pain and less impact and improve mobility, strength and safety for those with neurological conditions (stroke etc.).

“Physical Therapy Questionnaires”
Hip, Knee, Ankle and Foot
PT Patient History Intake Form



Physical Therapy Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Physical Therapy Contact Info:

If you are in need of Physical Therapy or would like more information, please call
(806) 561-1340

We accept a wide variety of insurances including Firstcare, Team Choice, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid, Worker’s Compensation, etc.




Fitness Center

The LCHD Fitness Center is loaded with state-of-the-art cardio equipment and a variety of strength training equipment and machines to help you get fit! Open to the public. Come by for a tour of the facilities!

  • 7,000 square feet of space
  • 26 Pieces Of Cardio Equipment
  • Cybex Treadmills
  • Octane Upright & Seated Ellipticals
  • Precor Ellipticals
  • Schwinn & Scifit Cycling
  • Wildcat Fitness Strength Training Equipment
  • Free Weights, Dumbbells, and Incline Benches
  • Barbells with over 1,300 lbs of weight
  • Fluid Seated Rowers
  • LeMond Spin Bikes
  • Indoor Walking Track
  • BOSU & Stability Balls
  • Jump Ropes
  • Yoga Mats
  • Aerobics Room with 40+ Pairs of Rubber Coated Dumbbells
  • Clean & Spacious Locker Rooms with Showers and Complimentary Towels

Fitness Center Hours

Monday thru Friday: 5:00am – 9:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am – 1:00pm



Contact Information

Contact: Seth Manly, Director 

LCHD Rehab & Fitness Center
Phone: (806) 561-1340
Address: 1508 S. 1st Street, Tahoka, Tx 79373



Membership Rates

No Contracts

Adult Membership (16-59)
$25 / month

6 months — $125 (1 mth free)
12 months — $250 (2 mths free)

Couples Membership (Spouse Only)
$40 / month

6 months — $200 (1 mth free)
12 months — $400 (2 mths free)

Family (immediate family of 3 or more)
$50 / month

6 months — $250 (1 mth free)
12 months — $500 (2 mths free)

Senior Adult (60+)
$20 / month

6 months — $100 (1 mth free)
12 months — $200 (2 mths free)

Senior Couple (Spouse Only, 60+)
$30 / month

6 months — $150 (1 mth free)
12 months — $300 (2 mths free)

Youth (12-15)
$25 / month or $3.00 / day

Must be accompanied by adult. No persons under the age of 12 are permitted to enter or use any equipment at the Fitness Center

Day Pass/Fitness Class
$3 / day

Discounts available for active military, police, firefighters

The LCHD Fitness Center is a Silver & Fit facility.

About Our Director, Seth Manly


Director of Rehab, PT & Fitness Center
Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Hardin Simmons University 2014
BBS in Athletic Training from Hardin Simmons University 2012
Athletic Trainer nationally certified and licensed in the state of Texas
LSVT BIG Certification – Parkinson Disease treatment program focused on improving quality of life for those diagnosed with Parkinson Disease.
Functional Movement Screen Certified – high-level athletic screen that pushes people to the limit of stability and flexibility to uncover underlying deficits.

My interest in a career in the healthcare field began the night I broke my leg under the Friday night lights playing for the Hawley Bearcats. Immediately following I received care from an Athletic Trainer (AT) and proceeded to Physical Therapy (PT) treatment. I couldn’t decide if I wanted to be an AT or PT and when I found out that I could be both, that set my course for the next eight years. While at the Hardin Simmons University Athletic Training program, I adopted a motto we regularly quoted: “Through our exceptional healthcare services we reveal the healing presence of God.”

With physical therapy treatment I enjoy a focus on hands-on treatment techniques that focus on patient-centered goals to return to work, play, or activities of daily living. I enjoy the variety of outpatient therapy that involves functional and physical impairments that can occur from head to toe. My passion is to see patients achieve goals they never thought possible following an injury and to help them return to their lives with as little pain and impairment as possible.

I enjoy outdoor activities, hunting, running, shooting, water sports, and watching most all other sports. My wife, Kayla, and I have a 15 month old son Hunter, and are expecting another son, Tucker, in November. Kayla is a graduate of Abilene Christian University with a degree in graphic design and has a talent for designing business cards, wedding invitations, logos Etc. We share our home with an energetic puppy and a lazy cat. We look forward to getting plugged into this community and finding a church home to help us grow in our faith. Go Bulldogs!

About our Physical Therapist, Kyle Barnett

Kyle Barnett PT,DPT,CSCS

Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Hardin Simmons University 2019
BA in Biology from Hardin Simmons University 2017
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

I first became interested in healthcare and specifically physical therapy after injuring my back and knee playing football as a freshman in high school. Later, I knew I was on the right path after undergoing shoulder surgery in college and participating in months of physical therapy to be able to return to playing baseball.

After becoming a physical therapist, I find that I enjoy using a hands-on approach with manual techniques as well as an array of exercises to assist patient’s in returning to the things they love to do, whether that is sports and recreation or gardening, cooking, and reading.

I played college baseball at Hardin Simmons and I am a huge baseball fan, but also enjoy most sporting and outdoor activities. I am also getting into the hobby of wood working. My wife and I have been married since December of 2017 and moved to Lubbock in May of 2019. She graduated from Texas Tech University with her BSN RN and is currently working as a nurse at Lubbock Heart and Surgical Hospital. She is also about to return to school at Texas Tech University for a master’s in healthcare administration. We do not have any children at this time, but plan to in the future and currently have two dogs with a plan to gain a third this summer. My wife and I are currently members of Live Oak Community Church in Lubbock, Texas and both assist with the children’s ministry at the church.