I have a great appreciation for the body, and love learning about all its facets. I especially love learning about the diversity of each individual and having the tools to customize physical therapy treatments to reach people in all walks of life and help them achieve their goals. Nothing is more rewarding for me than to see a person come in the clinic in pain and/or weak, not very excited to see me, and return a couple weeks later, smiling, having met their goals, grateful for our work together.
In my time practicing as a physical therapist, I have spent much time working with the geriatric and post-operative populations treating neuro/balance deficits, functional limitations, gait training, and teaching fall prevention techniques. I also treat individuals with pelvic dysfunction including pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic dysfunction can be a difficult subject to address for many people, and I thoroughly enjoy helping them address their pain/dysfunction in a professional, and comfortable manner, so they can live life to its fullest in every respect.
- DPT: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
- BS: Exercise Science, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
Breanne (Bre) loves exercise, especially high intensity exercise. If Bre isn’t putting miles on her running shoes, in beautiful City Center Eagle Mountain, she’s in a HIIT class getting her heart rate on. She and her husband are avid Disneyland fans, they love “Disney-ing” together…and with kids. Bre loves playing board games, watching movies, riding bikes and spending time with her 4 kids. To Breanne, it doesn’t get much better than spending time with family and being active.