Neurological Rehabilitation Providers
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6840 E. Brown Rd. #104
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(480) 719-8080
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Mon - Friday: 8AM - 5PM

Brian has always been fascinated with the human body and the capability it has to repair its self in various ways. I am always amazed at how the body can continue to function and even compensate to complete a task. As a Physical Therapist I am able to help my patients set reasonable goals and work towards them with hopes in giving them the best quality of life for their future, hopefully allowing them to return to the activities they love and hopefully find joy in the journey throughout the process.

Education
Brian received is Doctorate of Physical Therapy from A.T. Stills University, located in Mesa, Arizona.

Career
Born in Fairfield CA, Brian grew up in Reno NV, attended University of Nevada Reno and received a bachelors in General Studies, moved to Gilbert AZ to attend A T Still University in Mesa and received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Brian played football, basketball, volleyball, and LOTS of running. He wanted to get into Physical Therapy because he wanted to help others and wanted to work with neurological physical therapy patients because he felt he could make the greatest difference with this population and always provide encouragement when things get tough. Brian likes to help point out their gains when they are having difficult days and show them they are making progress. Some of his greatest joys is when he sees a patient who has lost the ability to walk after a traumatic event and them return to walking on their own again. He has also really enjoyed working with patients with spinal cord injuries and helping them to function at home and in the community after a life altering traumatic event. His joy comes from knowing that he is making a big difference in people's lives. He began his neurological rehabilitation career as a therapy tech at a rehabilitation hospital assisting therapists with patients who recently had a stroke, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. Brian was also a personal trainer for many years, working with high school athletes to the older adult and everything in between.

Therapist Qualifications

  Licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy

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