Dr. Breann Fox
PT, DPT, PRPC
Breann was born and raised in Arizona and played 4 years of D-1 collegiate soccer. She 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, colorectal, and visceral health. She has taken over 380 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 institutions 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).
Breann has taught as adjunct faculty for the Doctoral programs at both Midwestern University and A.T. Still University in Arizona. She currently teaches as adjunct faculty for College of Western Idaho’s PTA consortium. Breann is also currently credentialed through the Barral Institute as a Teaching Assistant for Visceral Manipulation level one. Her continued desire to grow personally and as a clinician along with her love for educating others will continue as she pursues further teaching credentials.
Breann has presented at the state level to several organizations on topics related to Urogynecological Health. She had a guest blog Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and How it Relates to the Outpatient Clinic posted on www.TheStudentPhysicalTherapist.com. Breann is also the co-developer of "Pregnancy and Postpartum Core Connections Workshop" in Phoenix, Arizona. However, the workshop will continue without Breann since her and her family relocated to Boise in the fall of 2017.
Philosophy / Professional Experience
With over 16 years in the fitness and wellness industry and 5+ years in clinical practice, Breann developed a unique skill set while in search of providing renewed health for a very distinct population. Her passionate pursuit for higher learning is driven by her own personal experiences and the stories from her divergent clientele. Her unwavering focus on being the healthcare partner that allows for Renewal of one’s quality of life pushes her to continue pursuit of clinical excellence and expertise.
Breann recognizes and respects that dysfunction often has numerous layers and complexities and that not one treatment model that can cover all aspects of health and function. 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 through her array of knowledge. Her treatment approach involves hands-on, functional, one-on-one care in a comfortable and private environment.
Education and Training
Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification, PRPC
Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Bachelors of Science
Community Health Education
Northern Arizona University
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, CSCS
National Strength & Conditioning Association, 2002