We believe we can do more together than we can alone. Our goal is to improve the lives of those we touch by applying current and effective treatment paradigms in a healthy, healing atmosphere, encouraging progress. We look forward to serving you!
Bryan knew that he wanted to become a physical therapist since high school. He attended Nazareth College in Rochester, New York; where he received his Bachelors of Science in Health Science and went on to receive his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. Soon after graduating, he joined San Luis Sports Therapy.
Keeping aligned with the goals of the physical therapy profession, Bryan attended Western University of Health Science where he obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He is recognized as a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association.
His post-graduate work includes attending courses involving manual therapy, exercise interventions and movement analysis. He also enjoys mentoring physical therapy students and is a Certified Clinical Instructor.
Throughout his career he has developed an interest in all areas of orthopedics, during all stages of life. He has experience treating patients of all levels, from those with a more sedentary lifestyle to intercollegiate athletes. He enjoys the variety that goes along with being in a general orthopedic practice. For each of his patients he develops an individualized treatment plan tailored towards his or her goals and current research. He strives to get his patients back to doing the activities that they love.
In his free time he lives an active lifestyle of running and hiking. He takes pleasure in his life on the Central Coast with his wife, two children and dog.
Western University of Health Sciences
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2009
Nazareth College , Rochester, NY
Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, 2004
Nazareth College, Rochester, NY
Bachelors of Science in Health Science, 2003
Jaci grew up in the Bay Area before heading to southern California to attend San Diego State University. While studying kinesiology at SDSU, she began volunteering at a physical therapy clinic, and it was through her experience with volunteering that Jaci found her passion for physical therapy.
After graduating from SDSU, she began her doctorate of physical therapy program at the University of St. Augustine. Jaci became an official DPT in December 2011 and returned to the Bay Area to begin working as a physical therapist in San Jose. She is now living on the Central Coast and is excited to continue her physical therapy career with San Luis Sports Therapy. Outside of her professional role, Jaci enjoys staying active, being outdoors, hiking, snowboarding, and spending time with family, friends, and her adorable dog.
University of St. Augustine, San Marcos, CA
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, December 2011
San Diego Sate University, San Diego, CA
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, May 2008
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"We had a player receive what appeared to be a concussion, which is a necessary part of playing sports these days Hes fine and back on the field, but the attention to which Megan Swanlund, ATC for Mission Prep HS looked after our player was unprecedented She was extremely thorough, always checking on our player throughout the game until the time we left the field She then proceeded to thoroughly explain the situation to the head coach as well as to the players fatherNot only was this impressive, but it stood heads and shoulders above what we would have experienced at other schools and remarkably much more than you would have seen if the tables were reversedSports is a vital part of a young mans curriculum and necessary for preparation for life after high school Having and seeing someone like Megan makes people think, stand up and take notice, and occasionally write lettersI was a Corpsman in the Navy, as was my wife, we know the difference between actual care and minimum compliance Thanks for taking care of my player and thanks for being an example to the community in a time that desperately needs examples"~ Coach at Atascadero High School