Brittany grew up in Houston as a competitive cheerleader, competing at the Cheerleading World Championships as a Woodlands Elite General. During this time, she developed a love of hard work and learned the importance of dedication and determination. She has many years of experience treating various orthopedic and musculoskeletal diagnoses. She has extensive knowledge of the McKenzie Method for the treatment of lumbar and cervical diagnoses and is certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. She has worked with patients of all ability levels from geriatrics to college and professional athletes. Her areas of special interest include ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff and labrum injuries and degenerative disc disease. She is a member of the Katy Area Running Club, the Zeta Tau Alpha Houston Alumni Association and is a volunteer at Griffin Elementary. You can find her running through the neighborhood, spending time with her family, reading, or going to the movies.
Treatment Philosophy: Brittany’s treatment philosophy is based on motivation and enthusiasm. Her goal is to help patients get back to their “normal” by providing a positive, upbeat, and an educational environment.
- Baylor University Bachelor of Science in Education, Major: Exercise Physiology, Minor: Business Administration (2011)
- Pima Medical Institute Associate of Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant (2015)
- National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association (NESTA) Certified Personal Fitness Instructor (2011)
- McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, Part A (2018)
- Texas Consortium for Physical Therapy Clinical Education, Certified Clinical Instructor (2016)
- Medical Minds in Motion, Certified Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (2016)
- American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), 2015
- Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA), 2015