Dr. Brooke Thomas
Dr. Brooke Thomas is the Workhorse In-House Physical Therapist. Brooke received her Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2014 from Wichita State University where she developed a lifelong interest in sports and performance rehabilitation. Following her undergraduate degree, Brooke attended Wichita State’s Physical Therapy Program where she received her Doctorate in 2017. During her time in the physical therapy program, she traveled around the Midwest, Alaska, and Haiti to work with a wide variety of patients.
After graduating, Brooke worked in Kansas (PRN) in various settings such as inpatient, acute care, aquatic therapy, skilled nursing, and outpatient.
While living in Alabama, she received her Dry Needling certification and focused on post-surgical patients and multi-level athletes; including amputee patients, military injuries, collegiate athletes, and neuromuscular disorders.
Brooke moved to North Carolina in the summer of 2019 and has had the opportunity to learn from the Postural Restoration Institute as well as Pelvic Floor Therapy through the Herman and Wallace program.
Brooke's experience as a collegiate athlete and Army National Guard Veteran with many of her own sports-related injuries has influenced her passion for Physical Therapy because she understands what it’s like to live and perform with pain. She is passionate about getting people back to feeling great and doing what they love!
Outside of work, Brooke is a part of a non-profit organization, Operation Open Water, which benefits military veterans and first responders. She is also working on her private pilot license. Brooke enjoys spending time with her husband and four dogs. She loves hiking, flying, paddle boarding, rock climbing, scuba diving, movies, and singing.