- Mulligan Concept
- McKenzie Method
- Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR)
- Maitland Mobilization
- Multiple Sclerosis and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
Dr. Brooks-Wells is from Allentown, PA. She found her passion for physical therapy while shadowing in high school, seeing first-hand how movement and manual therapies could help patients return to doing what they love. Dr. Brooks-Wells went on to earn her Bachelors in Exercise Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees from Slippery Rock University’s 3+3 accelerated program.
Dr. Brooks-Wells’ clinical experience and interests include neuromuscular and orthopedic rehabilitation, and enjoys treating a variety of diagnoses, including joint replacements and postoperative care, multiple sclerosis, post-stroke, and balance deficits. Dr. Brooks-Wells is also fond of staying up-to-date on the latest research and utilizing evidence-based practice.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Brooks-Wells enjoys yoga, hiking, reading, crafting, and playing guitar.