Rene’e James (formerly Brandt) is from Minnesota and graduated from University of MN with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2002. Since graduating Rene’e has worked in a wide variety of settings all over the west coast. She has worked for NWRA since 2008. In 2011 Rene’e received her orthopedic certified specialist certification (OCS) as well as her certification as a Mulligan Practioner (CMP).
Rene’e treats a wide variety of orthopedic conditions with a passion and expertise in core stabilization, running related injuries and biomechanics. She sees many running enthusiasts that are working towards an easy 5K fun run as well as those that are training for New York or Boston marathon. She has assisted with triathlete clinics and participated in the training of high school and college runners. With her athletic background Rene’e has been fortunate enough to work with athletes from multiple sports.
When not working, Rene’e enjoys family time with her husband and children, water and alpine skiing, and running. As with all of our therapists, Rene’e treats using evidence based clinical reasoning and brings another invaluable perspective to the depth of knowledge to NWRA.