Randy Brehmer, PT

Clinical Interests
Surgical and non-surgical orthopedic rehabilitation, hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, and elbow — with a particular interest in shoulder and scapular issues, throwing mechanics, and return to throwing program

Medical Education
University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Advanced training:

  • Manual therapy
  • Myofascial release
  • Kinesiotape
  • Throwing evaluation

Personal Interests
Gardening, golf, fishing, 12 years experience in youth basketball and baseball coaching


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