Brian Bremmer graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2009 with a BS in sports medicine/athletic training and became a certified athletic trainer (ATC) in New Jersey in 2010. While at Quinnipiac University, he gained experience working with many disciplines in athletics including Quinnipiac basketball, volleyball, and lacrosse, Yale ice hockey and football, and Rutgers football. Brian also pursued his certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) certificate through the national strength and conditioning association (NSCA). After obtaining his New Jersey athletic training license, Brian worked in the outpatient orthopedic setting as the head of an athletic training outreach program, which provided athletic training services for athletes at the middle school, high school, collegiate, and semiprofessional level. During his time as an athletic trainer, Brian pursued his doctorate degree in physical therapy at Mercy College, where he met Paul Artale who was teaching the graduate kinesiology course at Mercy. Brian then went on to complete a two month clinical affiliation with Paul at Glen Rock Physical Therapy.
Upon graduation from Mercy in 2015, Brian began working at Glen Rock Physical Therapy and furthered his clinical knowledge. Using his experience as a physical therapist, athletic trainer, and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Brian has been able to develop a unique treatment style that can be individualized to provide optimal treatment for anyone with orthopedic injuries causing pain, dysfunction, and decreased mobility.