Brittni Hsu is a physical therapist and performance coach working in her sixth year. Originally from the northern suburb of Glenview, she attended Marquette University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy. In addition to being a physical therapist for IBJI, Brittni is certified as a strength and conditioning specialist, USA Olympic Weightlifting, vacuum therapy and dry needling. She has worked with various athletes at high school, collegiate, professional and national levels in basketball, football, baseball, hockey, soccer, and volleyball.
Brittni’s focus is in orthopedics, movement based sports performance, performance training and also looking to bridge the gap from rehabilitation to health and wellness goals and sports performance for people of all ages.
In her free time, Brittni enjoys traveling, playing sports, Crossfit, Olympic weight lifting, reading, and hiking. Brittni is also studying for her nutrition certification to continue to work towards her own training goals.