Brandon Forister, DPT
Why am I a Therapist?
I found my passion for physical therapy after experiencing several sports-related injuries in high school and college. I was treated by amazing physical therapists that not only helped me recover from those injuries but made me a stronger and better person along the way. As a physical therapist, I love the opportunity to spend time with individuals, building connections and working closely together to accomplish your goals. I enjoy not only meeting our goals but providing the tools and understanding to enrich your quality of life. Overall, I love being in a position to help open the door for individuals to achieve their full potential.
University of North Dakota, Doctor of Physical Therapy
University of Wyoming, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion
Functional Dry Needling, Level I
Blood Flow Restriction
Continuing Education Commitments
I am always eager to learn more in order to provide the highest quality patient-centered care. I am continually fascinated with the progress of research and technology and how it can accelerate healing. My goal, along with staying up to date with the newest research, is to become certified in blood-flow restriction training in order to improve patient outcomes.
I was raised in Sheridan, staying active in sports and recreation. I love spending time outside barbequing and playing yard games with my wife, family, and friends. My hobbies include golfing, fishing, snow skiing, boating, and camping. When I am not at Core Physical Therapy, you might find me on the golf course or somewhere in the Bighorns.