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Brandi Dooley

  • Brandi Dooley
  • Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Senior Injury Prevention Specialist

Ms. Dooley is a long time Santa Rosa resident, having graduated from Santa Rosa Jr. College with an A.A. degree, and a graduate of Western Institute of Science and Health, holding an A.S. Degree for Physical Therapist Assistant. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, having worked in the full spectrum of in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation. She has experience in Acute Hospitals, Sub-Acute Long Term Care and Out-patient settings. She has completed advanced training in many physical therapy treatment techniques such, as post-operative physical therapy, outpatient neuro, cardiac rehab, falls and balance, Parkinson’s, and wound care.

She has extensive experience and holds additional certifications in several areas, including Ergonomic Assessment Specialist III, Class IV Laser Therapy, Spirometry, Total Motion Release and Kinesio Taping, and in ABILITYusa Injury Prevention programs and services.

She taught safety, principals of injury prevention, safe work practices and body mechanics to nurses, other nursing staff, therapists and interdisciplinary staff within various healthcare organizations. As an experienced department manager in an interdisciplinary department, safety training responsibilities were an important part of her duties. She is in her fourth year with FUTURES REHAB, having been recruited for her licensure, physical therapy knowledge/experience, management experience and her safety and injury prevention training, and to participate and contribute to the expanding services of the organization.

Brandi serves as the Senior Injury Prevention Specialist for athletes, patients and workers. Her expertise in Injury Prevention has benefitted many, including employers and employees, helping prevent and minimize work-place injuries with employer clients.

When not at work, she can be found out on the pitch (mostly indoor now) playing soccer 3 or 4 days a week, still finding time to participate in a local bowling league. She loves spending time with her family, friends and dog Simon enjoying Sonoma County’s beauty.