Brooke Moore


Physical Therapist


Brooke grew up in New Hampshire and studied Biological Science at the University of Vermont. She continued her education at the University of Vermont, receiving her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019. While in school she participated in a PD push back exercise class for older adults with Parkinson’s to work on strengthening and balance. She is passionate about fall prevention screenings and education to help older adults feel safe in their homes and community.

Brooke has experience with manual therapy, focusing on treatments for the spine. She traveled to New Zealand to take an advanced manual therapy course focusing on mobilization and manipulation of the spine. She plans on pursuing an orthopedic manual specialty to further fuel her passion for these skills. She also has experience working with pre/post- op patients for joint replacements, ACL/meniscus repairs, and rotator cuff repairs.

She spent some time in Loveland Colorado and enjoys traveling and exploring. She was drawn to the Pacific Northwest by the mountains, outdoor activities, and friendly hospitality. During her free time, she enjoys playing with her two cats, mountain biking, trail running, hiking, and camping.


University of Vermont, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Recent Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
When rehabbing nerve related issues it’s common practice to avoid aggravating motions as the initial goal is to get the angry nerve(s) to calm down. Performing overhead exercises can be irritating to an already angry nerve as they are demanding tasks for the spine and shoulders.

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