Why am I a Physical Therapist?
Ever since I was young I had a passion for helping people. As a result, physical therapy became the perfect field for me. As a physical therapist, I am fulfilled when I can be involved in educating patients and helping them return to function. I am also a physical therapist because I enjoy a team approach that involves the commitment and dedication of both the therapist and the patient.
Continuing Education Commitment
Because science is always changing and advancing, it is very important for therapists to keep abreast of the latest information. Continuing education is vital to me to keep current on the latest research in order to be an effective and efficient therapist. I enjoy taking classes and reading the most recent journal articles, especially those pertaining to manual therapy. I have a particular interest in classes presented by the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine because of their dedication to evidence based practice.
In the summers I spend time with my husband and our kids, camping and biking, as well as, running and weightlifting. In the winters I enjoy skiing, traveling, and watching college and professional football - especially the Tennessee Titans!
What patients are saying about Brandi
"Thank you for taking the time to educate me about my injury and how to get back to feeling 100% again."
"I have had problems with dizziness since I can remember and after physical therapy I am back to enjoying the things I have not been able to do for so long."
Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Regis University, Denver, 2002
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, 1999