Justin Brink , MS, MPT, COMT
Justin grew up in Eastern South Dakota where he learned to love sports and the outdoors. He played multiple sports, including collegiate baseball and that is what inspired him to pursue a future in sports medicine.
While pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology at the University of Siox Falls, he was a four year starter on their baseball team as well as a student athletic trainer for football, basketball, track, and soccer. His desire to work with athletes took him to South Dakota State University in pursuit of a Masters of Exercise Physiology. During his studies, he also worked as a graduate assistant in the Human Performance Lab. After graduation he worked as a personal trainer and then went on to Physical Therapy school at Wichita State University, graduating in 2006. He has worked as a Physical Therapist for 14 years and is certified in joint and spine manipulation as well as dry needling. As a manual therapist, Justin believes that putting the body in the right environment to heal is the way to achieve success.
Justin loves the outdoors and spends his free time hunting, fishing, and camping with his wife and daughter.