Briana Mosier, DPT, CSCS

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Briana Mosier, DPT, received both a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science in 1996 and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in 2001. She started her career in inpatient neurological rehabilitation. She then transitioned to outpatient orthopedics where she has been focusing for the last 13 years. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as credentialed Clinical Instructor by the American Physical Therapy Association. Along with her experience in orthopedics, she has experience in Sports Medicine, Performing Arts, Neurological, Wound Care, and Industrial Medicine. Briana treats with a true sense of care for each and every patient and takes great pride with setting goals and treatment plans specific to each patient. She joins California Rehab in 2015 and enjoys working close to home in Yorba Linda where she has lived for the last 15 years.

When she isn’t treating, Briana stays busy with her 3 kids school and youth sports activities, practicing yoga, and enjoys traveling with her husband.

Testimonials

I am probably like most people for all I have ever known is how to work. I went out on a job related injury and was disappointed not only because I could not work, but I also felt as if I was a burden on society and people around me. With that, I am very impressed with this facility. The equipment is state of the art, it is very clean and well lit. Charles Bagwell the owner and his staff are pure professionals, as well as being friendly with a sense of humor they made me feel like I was a part of their family too. On his staff I want to point out three individuals that have walked me from the beginning and will see me through to my eventual completion of my physical therapy. From Briana my DPT,CSCS and Dani my PT aide, to the receptionist Tammy. There are many PT's that I could have chosen from. After careful review I felt that the best facility for me was "California Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy". I am only halfway through my four month therapy for a torn bicep and rotator cuff, but I feel confident that when my therapy is complete I will have been fully recovered. Not only physically, but emotionally by giving me that confidence that I will return back to work without any hesitations and feel like I am contributing again to society.