DPT, CEAS I, Regional Director
I grew up in Crofton, MD, and went to Elon University to get my BS in Biology and my Doctorate of Physical Therapy. I spent the first 5 years of my career working in Continuing Care retirement communities and started working for ATP in 2013. I have my doctorate in Physical Therapy and I am dry needling certified as well as have my CEAS certification. I have been working with ATP clients for Injury Prevention since 2013.
My core values are honesty, integrity and compassion. Encompassing all of these values help me assist everyone I come in contact with daily, grow my rapport with others and help provide the best care I can for our patients and clients.
“Always do your best and give it 100% and everyone will respect what you do.”
my Dad (Bill Phillips)
I am a PT, and Injury Prevention Specialist and a Regional Director. For our PT patients I want to help them return to their “normal” and gain back all the things they have lost their ability to do that they miss. It may be running, swimming, sleeping all night without waking up, or being able to sit on the floor with their kids/grandkids. For our injury prevention clients/employees – I want to help keep them feeling well at work so they can have a life outside of work and so they can continue to show up each day and make a paycheck. By helping them feel well and stay at work, I help them keep a roof over their heads and food on their family’s table.
I love our community of staff that would do anything to help each other and I love being able to come to work and help people achieve their goals each day.
What’s Brittany Reading, Listening To, or Watching?
- Matilda by Roald Dahl (Book)
- Yellowstone (TV Show)
- Friends (TV Show)
- Elf (Movie)
- Good Will Hunting (Movie)
In my free time, I love playing with my kids (2 girls that are 9 and 6), playing tennis, exercising daily, and traveling with my husband ( especially to somewhere with an ocean and a beach!)