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Physical Therapy State College PA

Physical Therapy - Williamsport

Brian Haas Physical Therapist

Brian Haas
Physical Therapist

Brian is a lifelong resident of Loyalsock Township and the greater Williamsport area, having attended Loyalsock Township elementary school and Bishop Neumann High School, where he was a multi-sport athlete and standout basketball player.  After receiving his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Scranton in 1989, he gained significant experience in sports medicine and orthopedics, working with the Sports Medicine program at Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center.  After spending a few years employed in a private practice, Brian served as Director of Rehabilitation Services at Jersey Shore Hospital for 14 years, continuing to work with outpatient orthopedics while managing multiple physical, occupational, and speech therapy clinics. 


Desiring to return to full-time patient care and to have the ability to provide thorough one-on-one care to his patients, Brian has joined Energy with the goal of bringing the Energy brand of high quality convenient care to the Lycoming County and surrounding areas.  Brian brings his 27 years of experience to Energy with special interest in shoulder rehab, foot and ankle injuries, post-surgical rehab, and vestibular/vertigo treatment.  He is a provider of Graston instrument assisted soft-tissue mobilization ( for musculoskeletal injuries and continues to bolster his physical therapy knowledge through ongoing continuing education. 


Brian is active in his community, having coached high school basketball at Bishop Neumann from 1996-2004, 2005-2006 and also spent two years as assistant coach at Lycoming College in 2004-2005 and 2006-2007.  Brian has served on the Board of Directors of the Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy, is active in ministry with his church and is a member of Susquehanna Valley Velo Club.  In his spare time, Brian enjoys road cycling, fly fishing, x-country skiing, golfing, home improvement projects and traveling with his wife, Christine, preferably on their tandem bicycle.

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