Brady Baron earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY, after obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Binghamton University. Brady’s clinical experience includes orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation, neurological acute care rehabilitation, and aquatic therapy.
Brady has experience treating an extremely diverse population, including post-operative and sports-related injuries, as well as neurological disorders. He focuses on treatment approaches that utilize a combination of patient education, functional manual therapy and neuromuscular re-education to optimize movement patterns and minimize risk of reinjury. Brady also recognizes that every individual’s case is unique and strives to provide each patient with an individualized treatment plan to assist them in returning to their prior level of function and to improve their overall quality of life.
Growing up in Rochester, NY, Brady was a three-sport athlete, participating in baseball, football, and wrestling. He also competed as a Division I wrestler at Binghamton University where he discovered his love for physical therapy. In his free time, Brady enjoys playing sports, hiking, scuba diving, weight-lifting, going to concerts with friends & family, and traveling.