Brett Warner graduated from Messiah College with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Health Science, focusing on exercise physiology. He went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Drexel University where he graduated with honors.
Throughout his college experience Brett has been heavily involved in research. At Messiah College, he spent two years as the principal investigator of an extensive exercise physiology study, presenting his research at regional and national conferences. At Drexel University, he performed and presented research on a return to sport rehabilitation protocol.
Brett pursued clinical affiliations across multiple settings while at Drexel University. He addressed a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and sports injuries at outpatient clinics across Pennsylvania, developing his manual therapy techniques. At the Penn State Hershey Medical Center, he gained experience treating level I trauma and post-operative individuals, ensuring safe and smooth discharge transitions. Brett has a passion for amputees and had the privilege of spending his final affiliation providing outpatient services and prosthetic training to individuals in the greater Philadelphia area.
Brett believes in a whole-body approach to physical therapy treatment. He combines hands-on manual therapy techniques with individualized progressive exercise for the entire body, in an effort to not only return his patients to their full function but prevent reoccurrence of their injury.
Outside of the clinic, Brett enjoys leading an active lifestyle. He has a passion for strength and conditioning, running, and playing soccer. He also enjoys outdoor sports, spending his weekends snowboarding, hiking, and traveling. You can find him in the city exploring the local eats.