Bryan Romero graduated from Missouri State University in 2015 with a degree in Exercise and Movement Science. Following his undergraduate degree, Bryan continued his endeavors at Wichita State University where he graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2019. While in graduate school, his clinical rotations placed an emphasis on orthopedics, manual therapy, and skilled nursing rehabilitation. Bryan is an Overland Park native and was actively involved in the soccer community while growing up. He played for teams such as the Wizard Jr’s (now Sporting Jr’s) and the Kansas Olympic Development Program before breaking his leg, which ultimately placed him on the path to becoming a Physical Therapist. Bryan has continued his education through various coursework emphasizing dry needling, post-operative care, recovery, and performance improvement. Bryan enjoys treating patients at all levels and ages, while working to establish a program that allows them to optimize movement, improve function, and meet their specific goals.
Wichita State University – Doctor of Physical Therapy
Missouri State University – Exercise and Movement Science
Dry Needling Level I (Lumbar and Lower Extremities)