DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy
Cert MDT – Certified McKenzie Method
Brett is a licensed physical therapist at our Gaines Township clinic. Brett is originally from West Michigan and received his Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science from Hope College in 2010. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University in 2014. His experience includes years of extensive training under several distinguished clinicians specializing in the treatment of shoulder, knee, spine, and other various orthopedic and sports-related injuries. Brett enjoys treating patient populations throughout the lifespan from pediatric to geriatric as well as post-operative rehabilitation.
He has a special interest in working with grade school, high school, and collegiate athletes of all skill levels with a variety of sport-related injuries. Brett has a passion for teaming with patients to allow them to maximize their full potential and optimize functionality in everyday life whether for parenting, working, or leisure. His philosophy to treatment is focused on the whole body identifying each individual’s true cause of pain. He believes strongly that evidence-based practice is the standard of quality care and strives professionally to provide this for all of his patients. Brett’s professional aspirations include the pursuit of an advanced degree with certification in orthopedic manual physical therapy.
In his leisure time, Brett enjoys staying active through various physical activities to include running, weight training, golfing, snowboarding, and swimming. He loves the outdoors and travels often. He takes great joy in spending quality time with his family and friends in his downtime.
Grand Valley State University 2014
Hope College 2010
I came into Hulst Jepsen right after having a major knee surgery. I was not able to bend or straighten my knee. Now I’m able to play all three of my sports with no problem running, jumping, or pivoting.Ella C.