Brianna Cook was born and raised here in Bremerton, WA and is an Olympic High School graduate. Growing up she knew that she wanted to work with people in a capacity where she could make a positive impact. She has always been physically active and enjoyed playing recreational sports and resistance training. Healthcare seemed like a natural fit to her. Brianna discovered the numerous opportunities and benefits of physical therapy and how it would allow her to help others improve quality of life, reduce pain, and promote physical activity/performance with increase longevity. Brianna completed her undergraduate degree at Old Dominion University in Virginia Beach, VA, with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. She later returned to her home state and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. Brianna completed her clinicals in both acute care at a skilled nursing facility and at an orthopedic outpatient clinic, where she treated patients with neurological disorders, vertigo, amputations and varying orthopedic pathologies. Recently, she has completed training for pregnancy and postpartum related Physical Therapy. Brianna is comfortable addressing a myriad of pelvic health conditions and will be pursuing her CAPP-OB certification. In her spare time, she enjoys going to CrossFit, hiking (always adding to and checking off bucket list hikes), skiing/snowboarding, baking, movies and spending time with her family. She also loves all things sweet, from pastries to ice cream, and thinks grilled cheese should be their own food group.