Bonsai and rock climbing enthusiast
Harvey Brockman is a physical therapist who uses hands-on techniques to treat musculoskeletal issues. He helps patients invest in their own recovery through a collaborative approach geared to the individual.
Brockman earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and wellness from Arizona State University. He earned his doctor of physical therapy degree from A.T. Still University. He then completed a fellowship in orthopedic manual physical therapy at Kaiser Permanente.
As faculty at UCSF, Brockman teaches in the residency and doctor of physical therapy programs. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists and a certified orthopedic clinical specialist.
In his free time, Brockman enjoys making ceramics, woodworking and photography.
A.T. Still University, DPT, 2009
Arizona State University, BS, Exercise and Wellness, 2006
Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy, 2014