Impact Physical Therapy is so excited to have Dr. Prince as part of our staff, we are truly honored to have her available and serving our patients! She specializes in women’s health, and is available Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at the clinic! Read all about her experiences and education below, and schedule an appointment with her today!
Dr. Breana Prince PT, DPT
Dr. Breana Prince is originally from Portland Oregon. She was awarded the Evans Scholarship for caddying and attended the University of Colorado in Boulder where she majored in Integrative Physiology and minored in Women’s Studies. She returned to Arizona for physical therapy school at Franklin Pierce University in Goodyear. While at Franklin Pierce, she was lucky enough to learn under Dr. Eric and Tamara Hefferon. She specializes women’s health with emphasis in pelvic pain, incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. She loves to kayak, camp, and hike with her dog Moose.
Breana began her love of fitness as a competitive gymnast who spent summers training at the Bela Karolyi Olympic training camp. Her focus shifted to golf in her pre teen years and was a 4 year varsity captain of her high school golf team. While at University of Colorado she became a sports medicine intern and worked on the field with the Colorado Buffaloes football team and Olympic gold winning track team. At that time, she was involved in medical research as a laboratory assistant for the biomedical research center at CU. While at CU, she fell in love with her biomechanics class and was fascinated with human movement and how the body can heal with specific exercises. During her employment she has taught myofascial release including cupping therapy to physical therapy students and is currently working on education and training for physical therapists.
Breana has has a diverse training in physical therapy with focus on post-partum rehab, women’s health with focus on pelvic pain and incontinence, post surgical rehab, orthopedic diagnoses, and neurological diagnoses. She loves working with the cross fit population as well as athletes. She also is working figure competitors for pain and lack of range of motion during lifts, as well as targeted tissue work for body symmetry.