Meet Our Staff
Brodie Pack, MPT
Owner and Lead Physical Therapist for PPT“People need to know that they can overcome their pain, become more independent, more self-reliant and have greater potential.” Brodie Pack, MPT Reaching this goal through Physical Therapy is what drives Brodie Pack’s motivation and passion for his work to improve the lives of his patients. Inspired by his successful track-record of helping people regain hope and getting their bodies back to functioning at a higher level, Brodie insists on one-on-one physical therapist/patient sessions that place the patient first during every visit.
Brodie’s interest in the human body and medicine, combined with his love for sports and athletics inspired his career choice. He attained his Master’s Degree from Texas Woman’s University School of Physical Therapy (Houston, Texas) in 2000, and received his Bachelor’s of Science degree in 1997 from Brigham Young University. Brodie has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1997 and involved in outpatient sports medicine and orthopedics for over a decade. Brodie is Graston Technique® certified and is specifically sought out in Orange County for treatment using this highly successful skill. Additionally, Brodie has extensive experience using various other manual techniques such as High-Velocity Low-Amplitude Thrust (HVLA) and Functional Movement Systems (FMS) that help restore his patients back to their full potential. Brodie is also proficient in speaking spanish. Brodie is a dedicated husband and father of five children, and he and his family reside in the community of Rancho Santa Margarita. His interests include road and mountain biking, nutrition, personal fitness, as well as training and competing in triathlons.
Joshua Rodriguez DPT
Physical TherapistJoshua received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine- San Marcos April 2014 which utilizes a diverse set of manual therapy skills. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Cal State Long Beach in Spring 2011. Joshua interned with Art Ando PT, DPT CFMT where he engaged in highly advanced sacroiliac dysfunction screening and treatment techniques based upon movement analysis. His goal for treating patients is to make them aware of their functional deficits. Joshua utilizes muscle specific treatments to alleviate many common dysfunctions ranging from back pain to shoulder injuries. Through patient education and correct neuromuscular engagement, Joshua believes all his patients can become self-aware of their movement inhibitions to ultimately make pain free lifelong changes. Joshua is a proud husband and father of two young boys and one daughter. He maintains an active lifestyle with his family engaging in soccer, hiking and camping.
Physical Therapy Tech
*Damian is proficient at speaking spanish.