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Anthony Brach, LPTA

Areas of specialization: Dance Injury Rehabilitation, McKenzie Protocol for LBP, Manual Therapy: Myofascial Release (MFR) technique

Anthony Brach, LPTA, has been a physical therapist assistant for over 15 years since graduating Summa Cum Laude from Tidewater Community College. He worked for 8 years at Riverside Rehabilitation Institute. Since then, Tony has been a key therapist for In Motion Physical Therapy. He has extensive experience in myofascial release, sports related injuries, and has attended Part A of McKenzie therapy for the lumbar spine.

Tony attended the Harkness Dance Institute at NYU and has been an active performer with both a professional and semi-professional career for well over 20 years.  He was trained by leading national therapists and physicians who treat professional dancers and address specific injuries acquired from vigorous training, rehearsal, and performance schedules.

With this experience he has brought to the area his talents to treat dance injuries and return them to their performance level.  He is certified for Principles of Dance Medicine: Clinical Management of the Dancer Patient.  Tony has been a physical therapist assistant with InMotion since 2006. He works at the Town Center clinic.

Physical Therapy Assistant, LPTA

  • Associates Degree, Physical Therapist Assistant, Tidewater Community College, 1993

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