Meet Our Team
MedHab’s team is comprised of business and health professionals with expertise in various disciplines, and was was identified and selected to fit the specific needs addressing the medical device market. We have representation from orthopedic surgery, family practice, physical therapy, managed health care, academics, not for profit, and workers compensation.
More About Alvin New
Alvin New was born in Brownfield, Texas in 1963. He graduated from Pecos High School in 1981 and Angelo State University with BBA in management in 1984. He married Patricia Neal in 1983; they have two daughters, Victoria and Elizabeth.
Alvin worked as a sales clerk at a Town and Country Food Store on Pulliam Street while attending ASU. He stayed with the company after graduation and worked his way up to a vice president when officers of the company purchased the business from Steve Stephens in 1999. Alvin was one of six equal partners in the leveraged buyout. The six partners named Alvin executive vice president over operations and marketing, and later president and CEO.
Alvin and the management team improved Town and Country’s size and profits, leading to a surprise offer from Susser Holdings to buy the company at a price shareholders could not refuse. The company sold in 2007, and Alvin helped in the transition before leaving the company in 2008.
Alvin was elected the Mayor of San Angelo in December 2009. He served in that capacity until June 2013. His other activities include serving in several areas for Texas Tech and Angelo State, investing in and mentoring small businesses and operating 4N Ranches.
More About Roger Beasley
Roger K Beasley has 40 years business experience growing Roger Beasley Auto Group from a three person, one franchise business, established in 1971, to thirteen franchises in eleven dealerships employing over 600 people. Each franchise is consistently rated in the “top tier” of performance for exceptional customer service, sales and outstanding management.
Roger graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Business Administration. He started his career in consumer finance, moving into mortgage banking, becoming the youngest Vice President of Lumberman’s Investment Corp. Roger has served as Vice President of the Texas Auto Dealers Association, as Vice President and Director of the American International Auto Dealers Association, as a Board of Director of J.P. Morgan Chase, and on Dealer Councils for Jeep, Mazda and Saab. In 2001, Ford Motor Corp named Roger to their President’s Council, recognizing him as one of their elite 100 dealers worldwide. His hobbies are running, skiing, horse racing, rafting and fishing.
More About Jake Spivey
Jake Spivey is a licensed physical therapist and the Clinic Manage at SportsCare & Rehabilitation in Plano Texas. A native of Austin, Texas, Jake received his physical therapy degree from Southwest Texas State University and has been providing patient care in the Dallas area since 1995. Prior to entering the physical therapy profession, Jake served four years active duty and seven years reserve in the United States Navy.
Jake treats patients with general orthopedic injuries sustained from work or play, specializing in the treatment of knee and shoulder injuries. Jake has a strong interest in sports rehabilitation and has worked with many local high school, college and professional athletes. Jake has a special interest in runners and endurance athletes because of his participation of these sports since 1985 as a runner and 1996 as a triathlete. Jake has advanced his clinical background by attending continuing education related to endurance athletes, biomechanics of sports and running analysis; more specifically attending the Ironman Sports Medicine conference 2 of the last 4 years. Jake is an injury consultant to many running and triathlon groups in the Plano area. In his leisure time, Jake enjoys golf and competing in triathlons and marathons with his wife, Misty.
More About Richard Guyer
Richard Guyer, M.D. is the Co-founder and President of the Texas Back Institute and Director of their Spine Fellowship Program. Dr.Guyer is also co-director for the Center for Disc Replacement at Texas Back Institute. Dr. Guyer earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. After he completed his internship at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, TX, he continued his residency program in Orthopedic Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Guyer then completed two spine fellowships in Ohio and California.
Dr. Guyer holds many honors including founder of the Texas Back Institute Research Foundation and Chairman of the Board for the program. Dr. Guyer has received the Best Doctor Award from D Magazine for multiple years, is past president of the North American Spine Society and winner of the Volvo Award for Low Back Pain Research. He has published over 100 peer reviewed journal articles and 45 book chapters and books. He has lectured though out the world. He is an inventor and serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of many medical device companies.