Brandon Bourgoin, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist – Kennebunk
Brandon was born in Maine and grew up in Lee, where he participated in both basketball and cross country throughout his time in high school. After high school, Brandon went on to earn his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Maine in 2017. He then continued his studies and ultimately earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of New England in 2020.
Brandon’s goal-oriented personality, sense of humor, and natural ability to empathize offer him an ideal foundation to be an incredible therapist. Brandon finds great satisfaction in having adequate time to learn who each patient is and how he can best personalize their care to help them achieve their unique goals. Assisting his patients in getting back to the activities that bring them meaning is always at the forefront of Brandon’s treatment plan. Though he is experienced and highly skilled in treating a wide variety of conditions, he has found a special passion in treating patients who have undergone an amputation; helping them to navigate the challenges that can arise and adapt to their new lifestyle. He also has taken a special interest and found great success in treating those with sport-related or complex lifting injuries, and those with running or gait abnormalities.
When not treating patients, you can usually find Brandon playing guitar, hiking, fishing, or visiting his family camp in Washington county. Brandon currently resides in Saco.
- 2022: Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy Cervical Spine Seminar (IOMT)
- 2022: Mulligan Concept for the Upper Quadrant, “NAGS, SNAGS, and More” (Northeast Seminars)