Bryan received his Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree from West Coast University and his Bachelor of Science degree at SUNY Binghamton in New York. While completing his graduate studies, Bryan served as the Peer Assisted Learning Coordinator on the Student Occupational Therapy Association Board.
Bryan completed his rotations in the hand therapy setting and skilled nursing facility settings. During his hand therapy rotation, Bryan has worked with patients for repetitive use injuries, post-op flexor tendon, fractures, and trigger finger. At the skilled nursing facility, Bryan treated patients with dementia, fractures, total joint replacements, and neurodegenerative conditions. Bryan values building therapeutic rapport and advocating for his patients to ensure that they are in the best position to succeed and achieve their individual goals.
During his free time, Bryan loves staying active. Some of his favorite activities include weightlifting, playing volleyball, basketball, golfing, fishing, and hiking. As a self-proclaimed foodie, Bryan also loves to cook and explore different food spots.