Brian Mullins, PT 40QA00859400

Brian specializes in the care of complex physical therapy patients who need skilled physical therapy
treatment. While at Duke University obtaining his Masters degree he worked at The Center for Living.
Duke University’s premier wellness center. Here Brian worked with orthopaedic , neurological, cadiac
and pulmonary patients who needed varying levels of care.

Brian received his undergraduate degree in Biology with a specialization in athletic training. Brian has
over 20 years experience working with the everyday athlete to elite athletes of all ages.
Recently Brian has completed advanced training in functional biomechanics of the lower quarter;
integrating technology into physical therapy practice from the Movement Performance Institute in Los
Angeles California. This course work paired todays’ technologies with a comprehensive understanding
of normal and pathological biomechanics to develop an evidence based plan of care and return to sport

Brian is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and former Treasurer of the American
Physical Therapy Association of New Jersey.

Eastern Monmouth Physical Therapy is a Clinical Education Site for Rutgers University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. 

Patricia A. Watson, PT 40QA00550500

Patty has over 30 years experience as a physical therapist. She has worked in orthopaedic outpatient
and community health settings treating patients with orthopaedic, neurological and sport related

A graduate of Kean/ University of Medicine and Dentistry physical therapy program she is an exceptional
manual therapist. These manual therapy skills and Patty’s conscientious, caring attitude and
professional experience contribute greatly to her approach to patient care.

Patty brings to Eastern Monmouth a strong knowledge base when working with patients with cervical,
thoracic, lumbar and sacroiliac dysfunction and derangement. She has additional education and practice
done in the areas of osteoporosis and integrating yoga into physical therapy treatment to improve
strength, balance and movement.

Injury Prevention Training is Performance Training.

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