Brandon has a passion for working with athletes of all ages across a variety of sports. As a former baseball player himself, he has a particular interest in the overhead throwing athlete. Not only does he have an interest in athletics and sports medicine/injuries, he also has great interest in working with those with neck, back, and spine pain/injuries. Brandon obtained his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Temple University, while previously getting his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at Temple as well. Brandon believes that movement is the best form of medicine, where he takes a mechanical look and hands-on approach to treating his patients. Brandon understands the stresses and fears of the two above populations: the athlete and those individuals with back, neck, and spine injuries. Brandon himself had spine surgery when he was in high school, so he has a greater understanding of the patient’s views when they begin physical therapy with him. He hopes with his background and passion, he is able to reduce the fear and anxiety of his patients about further injuring themselves, or never getting back to their previous levels of fitness, and get them working toward a healthy and high functioning future.