Meet the Team
J.P. Rodriguez, MD
J.P. Rodriguez, MD is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, arthroscopy, and biologic treatments. During fellowship training under Dr. James Andrews, Dr. Rodriguez treated some of the best athletes in the world, including players from the NHL, NFL, NBA, and MLB. He has extensive training in the treatment of “Tommy John” injuries and youth injury prevention. He was selected for the prestigious Herodicus Society traveling fellowship as one of the most promising young surgeons in the country. Dr. Rodriguez is the head team physician for the Texas Stars hockey team and volunteers his time covering many local high school athletic teams.
Dr. Rodriguez is an active member of the teaching faculty of Dell Medical School's Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program where he is working to advance the field of musculoskeletal care and training the next generation of physicians and surgeons. To learn more, please click here.
Dr. Rodriguez is actively involved in the research and development of new biologic and stem cell therapies. He is excited to bring his expertise and cutting edge treatments to the Austin and Central Texas area.
- Undergraduate Education: Rice University
- Medical School: University of California, San Francisco
- Orthopedic Residency: San Francisco Orthopaedic Residency Program
- Fellowship: Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine, Andrews Institute, Gulf Breeze, FL
Victoria (Tori) LaBrie, MA, LAT, ATC
Tori LaBrie graduated from Whitworth University, where she studied Athletic Training while playing volleyball. After graduation, she became a graduate assistant athletic trainer at University of Nebraska Omaha while receiving her Masters in Exercise Science. While at Omaha, she had direct oversite of the softball, soccer, swim and dive programs. Tori also assisted in coverage of hockey, basketball, and volleyball as needed. Having a long time interest in athletics and sports medicine, Tori thrived being able to combine her two passions at the college level. After graduating, she went on to be the athletic trainer at Texas A&M, working primarily with their men’s and women’s swim and dive program. She then became the athletic trainer at St. Edward’s University in Austin, working with the baseball and women’s soccer and golf programs.
In the Spring of 2021, Tori joined Dr. Rodriguez’s team as an athletic trainer involved in day to day clinic functions, surgery and the rehab process for patients. Tori also acts as a liaison for local high school athletic trainers and athletes of all levels. Her goal is to help create a great sports medicine line of care for their patients. She brings an array of expertise in the orthopedics and sports medicine field to the practice, as she shares the same drive and passion caring for patients and athletes. Tori says, “Athletic training allows me to combine my passions, helping people prevent injury, and get back to their desired level of activity after injury or surgery.”
- Dry Needling
- RockTape Kinesiology tape and IASTM
- Functional Anatomy
- Mulligan Manual Therapy
- NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist
- NSPA Certified Weightlifting Performance Coach
When Tori is not busy educating herself and seeking more certifications, she enjoys working out, attending athletic events, reading, and exploring the Texas Hill Country.