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Brandon Renna DPT
The body is an amazing machine and it adapts efficiently to stress whether positive of negative. When something goes wrong, it will give you clues to what it needs to recover. I believe in educating clients to understand their pain, lead them through the recovery process, and partner with them for a lifetime to pursue health and wellness.
Orthopedic and Sports
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Loma Linda University
Bachelors of Science in Management Studies, University Maryland University College, Asia
Why did you become a physical therapist?
I became a Physical Therapist to help people recover from life-changing injuries, to help them return to the activities they love, and lay the foundation for starting new activities.
What is most exciting about your job?
I’m excited by helping people recover from injury, educating them about their bodies, and witnessing how the body recovers with something as simple as movement. It’s also exciting to see the impact that rehabilitation has on people’s quality of life and relationships.
What are your interests?
I enjoy playing and listening to all kinds of music, hiking in the Sierra’s and paddle boarding on Lake Natoma with my wife, 2 boys and our dog.
Movements Links Seminars.
Evidence in Motion, Management of: Cervical & Thoracic Disorders, Lower & Upper extremity Disorders Lumbo-pelvic Disorders, Management of Balance Disorders
Certified Health Coach through MacDonald Center for Obesity Prevention and Education (COPE).