Bryan DiSabato is a doctor of physical therapy who joined the Vero Orthopaedics & Neurology team full time in November 2017. In 2011, he completed his undergraduate studies at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania, graduating cum laude with a bachelor of arts in health sciences. He went on to receive his doctor of physical therapy degree from Touro College in Long Island, New York, in 2017. He has had previous experiences in the acute, subacute, and outpatient settings in New York before settling down in Sebastian, Florida.
Bryan was a three-sport athlete throughout his high school career and a four-year collegiate football player. As would be expected, he has been around many sports-related injuries. He has always enjoyed spending his downtime in the athletic training room, helping his teammates achieve their goals of returning to the ball field.
Bryan's vision had always been returning players to sport, but his outlook has grown and expanded over the past two years. He now places a strong emphasis on also returning his patients’ functional abilities and hobbies. He loves getting to know his patients’ passions and reasons behind trying physical therapy. Bryan utilizes a hands-on, individualized approach with all of his patients and firmly believes it is the most appropriate method to achieve the best outcomes.