Dr. Brittany Stewart
Dr. Brittany Stewart, PT, DPT: Dr. Stewart earned her Doctoral Degree from Duke University in 2011 after receiving a Bachelor in Science degree from Wake Forest University in 2008. In the fall of 2014, Brittany joined the sports medicine staff at Radford University serving as a team physical therapist. Brittany continues to serve as the team physical therapy providers of Radford University Athletics. Her practice experience has included providing general outpatient services for a wide array of orthopedic and neurological conditions in people of all ages.
More about Brittany
What is your primary clinical interest/passion?
My primary clinic interest is in general orthopedics for all ages, as well as sports performance and enhancement.
What do you enjoy about Professional Rehab Associates?
I enjoy the small private business operation with a family feel at PRA. We focus on developing relationships and utilize an individualized, caring approach.
Do you have further clinical plans for growth for you or the business?
I plan for PRA to continue to grow in our number of new patients who come via direct access services to PT. I envision patients returning to PT for an annual well visit/check up. I would also like to improve our community engagement with grade school and travel sports teams (or individuals) for injury prevention and sports performance enhancement.
What experience do you have?
I graduated with a doctoral degree from Duke University in 2011, and I have been working at PRA for almost 12 years. I treat all types of orthopedic cases, falls prevention, and neuro/vestibular cases. I also treat the Radford student athletes and enjoy working with dancers, as I grew up dancing and playing multiple sports.
What are your hobbies and outside interests?
I enjoy spending times outdoors with my family and traveling, as well as watching sports and playing board games. I have 2 children very active in sports that keep me on the move.