Dr. Brandon Fredhoff grew up in National Park, New Jersey where he attended Gateway Regional High School. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Arcadia University. From there he accomplished his goal of obtaining his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Widener University.
During his time at Widener, Brandon completed several clinical rotations in a variety of settings which enabled him to work with patients on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. He gained experience working with patients in the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary, geriatric, and pediatric patient populations. While studying for his Doctorate, Brandon was able to attend continuing education seminars on strength and conditioning training and manual therapy.
Brandon firmly believes in Breakthru’s mission for the promotion of a transition from physical therapy to fitness for long term health and optimal performance. In addition, he strongly believes in developing patient relationships with each and every patient to ensure a comfortable and motivating work environment. Brandon’s professional interests include sports and orthopedics, professional development to improve manual therapy and therapeutic exercise prescription, and the business and marketing side of physical therapy.
In his spare time, Brandon is an assistant Varsity boy’s basketball coach at Gateway Regional High School in which he focuses on skill development and injury prevention. Outside of physical therapy he enjoys watching and playing sports and spending quality time with his family, friends and his girlfriend. He is extremely excited to begin his career working at Breakthru with the many other skilled therapists that they have to offer.