Brian Kitzerow, DPT, OCS Curriculum Vitae

Education:

  • 2008 Doctor of Physical Therapy, Eastern Washington University, Spokane, WA
  • 1998 B.A. Biochemistry, Lewis & Clark College; Portland, OR

Licensure, Certification & Membership:

  •  American Physical Therapy Association member
  • Licensed Physical Therapist-Oregon
  • Orthpedic section member
  • Presenter at Western States Annual Pain conference 2012
  • NAIOMT Certification-in process
  • Orthopedic Certified Specialist

Continuing Education:

  • Pain Management by Joanna Freedman, Canby, OR 4/09, 3 hours
  • Wound Healing by Joana Freedman, Canby, OR 7/09, 3 hours
  • Explain Pain by Steve Schmidt, PT, Portland, OR, 10/09, 14 hours
  • The Secondary Prevention of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain by Peter Regan MD, Sandra Stryker, PPT, Jennifer Wagner, LPN, Portland, OR, 2/10, 6.75 hours
  • Know Pain, Know Gain: Movement in the context of Understanding by Karen Savereide, DPT, Portland, OR, 3/10, 1.5 hours
  • Prolotherapy & Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection for the Treatment of Acute & Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain by Rick Marinelli, ND, Portland, OR, 6/10, 1.5 hours
  • Prescription Pain Monitoring by Teresa Keane, RN, Portland, OR, 9/10 1.5 hours
  • Muscle Energy and Soft Tissue Techniques for the Upper Quadrant by Terry Bemis, MPT, MS, Portland, OR, 2/11, 15 hours
  • Placebo or Nocebo? A Window into Mind-Body Interactions by Robert Bennett, MD, Portland, OR, 2/11, 1.5 hours
  • Workplace Vocational Assistance Program, Independent Program, 1/12, 10 hours.
  • Ola Grimsby Institute-Clinical & Scientific Rationale for Modern Manual Therapy, independent learning course, 2/12 21 hours
  • 10 Minute Spine Exam by John Hart, D.O., Portland, ORE 2/12 1.5 hours
  • 3rd Annual Spine Symposium from the Western Pain Society, Vancouver, WA, 3/12, 11.5 hours
  • Partnering in Pain Care: Changing Paradigms by Oregon Pain Society Conference, Portland, ORE 9/12, 11 hours
  • The Chronic Pain and Traumatic Stress Connection by Rut hLiebowitz, PhD, Portland, Ore 10/12
  • Physical Therapy and the Future of Regenerative Medicine by APTA Conference, 10/12 2 hours
  • NAIOMT C-511: Level I Lumbopelvic Spine by Brett Windsor, PT, FAAOMPT, Hillsboro, OR 3/13, 21 hours
  • NIOMT C-611: Level II Lumbopelvic Spine and Hip by Brett Windsor, PT, FAAOMPT, Hillsboro, , 5/13 21 hours
  • NAIOMT C-621: Level II Knee, Foot and Ankle by Brett Windsor, PT, FAAOMPT, Hillsboro, OR, 5/13, 21 hours
  • Surgical Approaches: Surgical Approaches for the Knee and Shoulder: A Cadaver Lab for PTS, by Todd Borus MD and Greg Gramstad, Md, VAncouver, WA 11/13, 3 hours
  • Cervical Spine: Muscle Energy and Related Techniques by Iris Wold, Portland, OR 9/13
  • NAIOMT C-616 Cervial Spine Level II by Steve Alan, PT, Hillsboro, OR 3/14, 21 hours
  • NAIOMT C-626 Shoulder-Elbow-Wrist-Hand.  21 Contact hours. Steve Allen, PT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT.  October 18-19 2014
  • Applications of Regenerative Medicine to Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. Fabrisia Ambrosio, PT, PhD. et al APTA 4/14 30 hoursCurrent Concepts of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, 3rd edition. 96 Contact Hours April 2015
  • NAIOMT Level II C-613 Thoracic Spine. 14 Contact Hours. October 31-November 1, 2015.
  • Principles of Dance Medicine: Introduction to Dance Medicine and survey of Dance Injuries. 1.4 contact hours.  NYU School of Medicine.  November 18, 2015
  • ISC 21.2, Current Concepts of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, 3rd edition.  April 2015.  96 Contact hours
  • NAIOMT SI Joint Symposium: The Great Debate.  June 5-6 2015 Seattle Wa.  10 Contact Hours
  • Managing Medical Zebras: An Integrative approach to managing chronic pain, fatigue and digestive issues associated with connective tissue disorders.   October 14, 2015 2 Contact Hours.
  • Patellofemoral Instability January 21, 2016 presented by Jacquline L. Munch, MD and Jim Cenova, PT, OCS, Cert. MDT. 2 Contact Hours.
  • Principles of Dance Medicine: A Review of Current Literature Regarding Best Practices for the Treatment of Concussion in the Dancer.  December 30, 2016 NYU School of Medicine.
  • Principles of Dance Medicine: the Use of Anti-Inflammatory Medications in Dancers. January 2, 2017. NYU School of Medicine.