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Breann Fox, PT, DPT, PRPC (Boise, ID)

Breann FoxBreann Fox, PT, DPT, PRPC graduated from A.T. Still University’s esteemed Physical Therapy program in 2013. Since graduation, Breann has focused on orthopedics and pelvic health with a more specific transition into urogynecological and visceral health. She has taken over 340 hours of continuing education in the area of men’s, women’s, and sexual health and visceral manipulation. Breann’s areas of practice include the following with training facilities noted in parenthesis: Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation (Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and The American Physical Therapy Women’s Health Section), Visceral and Neural Manipulation (The Barral Institute), and Myofascial Release and Strain Counterstrain (Cross Country Education). She has extensive knowledge and skills in the evaluation and treatment of pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, bladder and bowel dysfunctions, pregnancy related pain, postpartum issues, chronic pain, post-surgical pain, orthopedic dysfunction and sports related pain and injuries. Breann strongly believes in allowing for adequate time to listen to each patient’s history and complete a thorough evaluation to identify the source of the dysfunction. Her treatment approach involves hands-on, functional, one-on-one care in a comfortable and private environment.

Breann’s accomplishments are:
Certifications

Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC)

Faculty/Adjunct Faculty:

  1. College of Western Idaho PTA Consoltium. Nampa, ID
  2. A.T. Still University~Mesa, AZ Campus, 2017: Differential Diagnosis for Gastrointestinal, Biliary, Hepatic, and Pancreas.
  3. Midwestern University~Glendale Campus, 2017: Screening for Urogenital Disease and The Reproductive System: Issues of Aging, Pathology, and Pregnancy.

Speaker~

  1. Midwestern University~Glendale Campus, 2017: Screening for Urogenital Disease and The Reproductive System: Issues of Aging, Pathology, and Pregnancy.
  2. Arizona Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Section on Women’s Health, 2016: Sexual Medicine and 2015: Manual Lymph Drainage for the Pelvis.
  3. Integrated Manual Physical Therapy’s Think Tank, 2016: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy.
  4. VibrantCare Physical Therapy, 2015: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy.

Teaching Assistant~

  1. The Barral Institute, 2017: Visceral Manipulation 1.
  2. Midwestern University, 2017: Visceral Manipulation.
  3. AzAPTA Student Special Interest Group, 2016: Introduction to Visceral Manipulation.

Guest Blog Writer~

  1. TheStudentPhysicalTherapist.com, 2014: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and how it relates to the outpatient clinic.

Clinic Information:
Renew Manual Physical Therapy, PLLC 6540 W. Emerald Street, Ste 100
Boise, Idaho 83704
(208) 949- 8640
www.RenewManualPT.com