Brad F. Mann, DPT
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Brad F. Mann, DPT

Physical Therapist

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Where I See Patients
Kernodle Clinic West - Physical Therapy - Burlington, NC

About Me

I am a licensed physical therapist at Kernodle Clinic West. I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Elon University in 2005. I have worked in the department since its inception in January of 2006. Our clinic specializes in therapy for orthopaedic and sports-related injuries. I work with all extremity injuries and musculoskeletal conditions related to the spine. I am a certified Astym Therapy provider, which consists of a specialty manual treatment addressing fibrosis, scarring, and degeneration occurring in soft tissues.

Languages I Speak

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Ratings and Reviews

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Overall Provider Rating
4.89 out of 5
151 ratings, 35 reviews

Training and Education

DPT, Elon University (North Carolina), 2005

Insurance Accepted

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External Relationships

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