Dr. Brian Fischer, PT, DPT, CSCS graduated from Carroll University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. After obtaining his undergraduate degree he worked to improve the physical fitness of his clients in a variety of settings including corporate fitness, corporate wellness, and commercial gyms. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Carroll University in 2018.
Education and teamwork will always be prioritized throughout his rehabilitation programs. Dr. Fischer will empower his patients and work with them to create individualized programs to meet their unique functional needs. He has worked with children over the age of seven years as well as adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. Former patients include post-op surgical, inflammatory and overuse injuries, work-related injuries, and macrotraumatic incidents as well as rehab of recreational and professional athletes. He ensures that all of his patients receive one-on-one time during each session to foster a strong working relationship and provide the highest quality care.
Dedicated to constantly improving his clinical skills, Dr. Fischer continues to pursue new learning opportunities to enhance his patient care. Trained in Graston Technique, he utilizes specific instruments within his manual treatment techniques to create tissue changes to provide therapeutic benefits. Additionally, he emphasizes active therapy in which patients are directed through a series of progressive exercises and activities aimed at optimizing their movement. Dr. Fischer is an expert of therapeutic exercise and utilizes his certifications in Strength and Conditioning, Corrective Exercise, and Performance Enhancement to tailor activities to each individual’s abilities and goals.
In his free time Dr. Fischer enjoys staying active through fitness training, hiking, and sports. As a Wisconsin native, he will be cheering on the Wisconsin sports teams year-round. He values quality time with his friends and family and finds pleasure in traveling and new experiences.