BRIAN MONROE DPT, OCS
Joined G&G: 2000
West High School (1992), University of California, Davis (1996), Azusa Pacific University-Masters degree in Physical Therapy (2000) Azusa Pacific University-Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy (2005).
Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiology; Masters Degree in Physical Therapy; Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy; Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS); Paul Calloway Performance Enhancement Golf Specialist (2000). Brian is a tremendous asset to Glinn & Giordano Physical Therapy. Brian has an extensive track record of excellent outcomes for patients. Brian is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist and a trained Calloway Golf Instructor. Brian is well-versed in the prevention of golf related injuries and performance enhancement. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in the Orthopedics section. Brian enjoys teaching as an APTA credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapy interns. Brian is a member of the Sigma Rho Phi Science and Religion Honor Society.
History at Glinn & Giordano:
Brian joined Glinn & Giordano Physical Therapy in 1999 as an intern while completing his Master’s Degree at Azusa Pacific University. Brian’s skill and attention to detail was instantly recognized as an asset and he was asked to join our team in 1999. Brian has used his skills to improve patient outcomes at almost every office location to date. Because of his hard work and effort Brian was able to become a partner in the corporation and use his experience to mentor young therapists. Brian has been a wonderful addition to the Glinn & Giordano family and he aims to continue to grow in the field of physical therapy through innovative techniques and advanced research.
Brian is very active in the local community. Brian is active at First Presbyterian Church serving on the Elder Board. Brian is also engaged with the Missions committee for local, national and world-wide projects. Brian is an avid cyclist and has worked with the Kern Wheelmen Cycling Club and team AIAGE. Brian provides his expertise in injury prevention towards various newsletters and guest lectures in Kern County. Brian has been a presenter at past Coaches Clinics hosted by the Kern County Superintendent of Schools and Glinn & Giordano Physical Therapy. He has volunteered with the Golden Valley High School football team triaging injuries on game-day, provided support for the Kern High School 24-hour relay and currently treats injuries for the Civic Dance Center at the Nutcracker and Spring Gala performances.
When Brian is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. Brian’s extracurricular activities include golfing, cycling, hiking, running, triathlons, church and teaching kids programs at church.