Brandon received his Bachelors in Health Sciences with a focus in pre-physical therapy in 2012 through Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. He then completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy through the University of Pittsburgh in 2015.
Brandon strives to utilize manual therapy and functional exercises to address the root cause of pain and dysfunction for his clients. He began his North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) training in 2015 and has completed his level 1 certification and is in pursuit of his level 2 certification. This training emphasizes accurate diagnosis and use of evidence based and manual therapy treatments for address musculoskeletal conditions.
When he is not in the clinic Brandon enjoys spending time with his wife and boxer Charlie. He enjoys getting lost in the outdoors, cooking, and cycling.