Bryce Parrish Physical Therapist
Bryce completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy with Academic Excellence from Chapman University in 2018. His passion for the career started after receiving Physical Therapy for a meniscus injury playing high school soccer. Bryce went on to play collegiate soccer and pursue his academic goals completing his bachelor’s in Exercise Science from The University of New England.
While completing his education Bryce gained vast rehabilitation training and experience, including the treatment of orthopedic and neurological patients in acute and outpatient settings, with a wide range of patient populations from pediatrics to geriatrics.
As a Physical Therapist, Bryce has been practicing since 2018 at Pack Physical Therapy in Dana Point. Bryce is adamant about the importance of providing individualized evidence-based treatment. Incorporating movement science and a mix of manual techniques from Maitland, Kaltenborn, Institute of Physical Art and Graston. He also has a special interest in the treatment of vertigo/vestibular disorders, as both his grandmother and father have suffered from BPPV. Bryce states “I want to help patients continue doing what they love in life, achieve optimal wellness and rehabilitate to the fullest extent”.
In his personal life, Bryce enjoys spending time with his dog, surfing, drawing, and meditating.
Professional Work Experience:
Physical Therapist Assistant, Rausch Physical Therapy & Sports Performance (2018)
Doctorate in Physical Therapy
The University of New England.