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Byron Broderick

Byron Broderick

Feb 13th, 2024 | by NAPA Team


February 13th, 2024

In high school, Byron tore his rotator cuff and had to undergo surgery in order to
repair it. During his recovery, he was exposed to the world of physical therapy for the
first time. The next school year, he was able to take an Anatomy & Physiology class
that further fueled his interest in the human body and how it works. After majoring in
Biology with a focus on Exercise Science, Byron obtained his Physical Therapist
Assistant license. While he was not able to work with kids during his clinical rotations,
he always knew the pediatric setting is where he was meant to be. Prior to joining
NAPA, Byron worked at a intensive therapeutic clinic in Chicago, where he worked
with preschool and kindergarten-aged children with common diagnoses such as
Autism, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy.

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