Dr. Bryanna Veroneau grew up in Belchertown, Massachusetts and attended Assumption College as an undergraduate student. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Human Rehabilitation Services in 2018 before moving to North Carolina to attend Elon University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program, completing the degree in 2021.
Bry completed clinical rotations in Sanford, North Carolina and Gretna, Virginia before landing at BYoung for her final 6-month rotation. Bry has always been an avid sports fan and competed at the Division 2 collegiate level in swimming for all 4 years at Assumption, including captaining her senior year and being named a finalist for Northeast-10 Conference Female Student-Athlete of the Year. Bry is passionate about treating athletes of all backgrounds and at all levels. She is trained to analyze your pitching mechanics via 2D video analysis to establish an exercise program to improve efficiency and reduce risk of injury. Bry also has coaching experience in swimming and soccer at the high school level.
During her doctoral program at Elon, Bry was involved in a research project that produced 3 different studies: Injuries and Injury-Related Pain Relationships to NSAID Use and Abuse in Collegiate Athletes, The Effect of Injuries and Pain on Athletic Identity Across NCAA Divisions, and Epidemiological Profile of Pain and NSAID Use in Collegiate Athletes in the United States. The final study became a published manuscript in which Bry is a co-author. She also collected data for Duke University’s K-Lab pre-injury screening for division 1 collegiate athletes.
Specialities and certifications:
- Dry Needling Certified
- Experienced in Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Experience in Kinesio Taping
- Sports Medicine Specialist
- Injury Prevention
- Functional Performance Training
- Experience with 2D Throwing Mechanics