Lloyd, a long-time resident of Hillsboro, Texas, graduated from Tarleton State University in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He graduated from Texas Woman’s University with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in May 2019.
Prior to entering the medical field, Lloyd worked as a reporter and news editor of The Reporter Newspaper for nearly eight years. He has volunteered locally in many different capacities, including President of Leadership Hillsboro, Marketing Director of Habitat for Humanity of Hill County, and many more. He is a very active member of Grace City Church of Hillsboro and enjoys spending time with his wife Lauren and daughters Olivia & Stella in his spare time.
Lloyd was driven to the medical field with a desire to help people manage their pain conservatively. He has a strong passion for the geriatric population and wants to enable people to regain and maintain their physical independence as they age. He also works very closely with Hill College to help athletes recover and safely strengthen their bodies after a sports injury.
His medical research contributions include a comparative analysis entitled “Effects of Two Different Dry–Needling Techniques on Lumbar Multifidus Activation and Pressure Pain Threshold in Healthy Adults,” which was presented to area clinicians at TWU’s annual research conference in November 2018. He has a certification with Masters of Dry Needling, and KAATSU BFR training.