Brian Ritchie, DPT, is a Doctor of Physical Therapy currently serving patients at Performance Physical Therapy in Massachusetts. With 8 years of experience within multiple areas of Physical Therapy, Dr. Ritchie specializes in extensive orthopedic outpatient and inpatient/post surgical physical therapy, and is CPR certified. Dr. Ritchie received his DPT from the University of New England in 2010, and additionally holds a BS in Kinesiology and Physical Education. To stay current with the latest developments and advancements in his field, Dr. Ritchie remains a distinguished member of the American Physical Therapy Association and The International Association of Healthcare Professionals.
Professional Society Memberships
- American Physical Therapy Association, The International Association of Healthcare Professionals
What do you attribute your success to?
- His passion for helping others.
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Favorite professional publications
- Journal of Science and Technology in the Tropics
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33351Get Direction
Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150Get Direction
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