Brett Fischer PT, ATC, CSCS
Brett is a Licensed Physical Therapist, Certified Athletic Trainer and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has worked with the University of Florida, New York Jets, PGA & Senior Tour and Chicago Cubs. He has served as a consultant to the San Francisco Giants and currently provides training and treatment to MLB, NFL, NHL and NBA athletes. Brett's expertise has led to national speaking engagements, television and radio appearances and mention in ESPN the Magazine.
Brett received the 1997 Training & Conditioning Magazine Professional Athletes' Comeback Player Award: Rehab Team for the comeback of Randy Johnson, and is the inventor of the most effective and functional abdominal device sold nationally and internationally, the AB Dolly.
Keisuke Kanno, DPT, CSCS
Keisuke is known to Fischer Physical Therapy staff and clients as "K2". He is a licensed Physical Therapist, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a an ASTYM certified therapist. K2 also an official instructor for the ASTYM certification seminars. K2 graduated from Keio University in Japan with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry. After his arrival in the United States, he earned his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Duke University Graduate School and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Duke University Medical School.
K2 has worked for several years as a Physical Therapist and personal trainer for Indy Car drivers, traveling with racing teams to major cities in US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Australia and his home country, Japan. He is a full-time senior Physical Therapist at Fischer Sports where he works with many professional athletes, including professional baseball players from Japan. K2 practices functional physical therapy with an emphasis on manual treatments, and strives to make patient rehabilitation sessions as personalized, effective and fun as possible. K2 also has served as a main lecturer at several one-day seminars at Fischer Physical Therapy for students from Japanese universities. He has also given lectures at seminars for athletic trainers and therapists in his native country, Japan.
Trent Rincon, PT, MPT, CSCS
Trent in is a licensed physical therapist and certified strength and conditioning specialist. Trent has been with the Fischer Sports family since 2004. Before that time he worked alongside his father in Northern California at an outpatient orthopedic sports medicine clinic. Trent has a B.S. in Psychology from Southwestern Adventist University in Texas where he also played baseball for 3 years. He then finished his Master of Physical Therapy at Andrews University in Dayton, OH.
In his time with Fischer Sports, Trent was the Director of Physical Therapy for Fischer Sports in the Arizona Orthopedic Surgical Hospital. Trent also led an off season junior hockey training camp along with adult training and conditioning camps for Fischer Sports. Among Trent's specialties and certifications are ASTYM, Primal Reflex Release Technique, custom orthotics, and spinal technique specialist working his way to becoming an Osteopractor.
Trent is an avid participant in anything athletic. He continues to play baseball in the summer, mountain bikes year round, and skis in the winter. He just completed his 1st marathon in January '12 and participates in the Ragnar Relay Series all over the country.
Chad Bohls, MS, ATC, NASM-PES
Chad is a nationally Certified Athletic Trainer and licensed in Arizona by the AZATA. He also earned a Performance Enhancement Specialist credential through the American Academy of Sports Medicine.
Chad was born and raised in the tiny town of Castlewood, South Dakota. He received his BS in Athletic Training from South Dakota State University in 2004 where he was able to work with athletes from a variety of different sports, but with a focus on football and baseball. Chad continued his education and completed his Master's degree in Sports Health Care (Athletic Training) from A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ in 2006. During graduate school in 2005, he had a clinical rotation with Fischer Sports. After graduation he worked for one year at another physical therapy clinic before being reunited with the Fischer Sports family in July, 2007. Chad has worked with patients and athletes of all ages and skill levels including high school, college, and professional athletes.
Amy Brannon, DPT
Amy is a licensed Physical Therapist. She graduated with high honors from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Pre-Health Kinesiology and earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University. Amy served as head student trainer at the University of California, Berkely for the football and softball teams while working on her undergraduate degree.
Amy is a full-time Physical Therapist at Fischer Sports.
Chip Gosewisch, CSCS, CPT
Chip is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Certified Personal Trainer. He was a four year starter on the baseball team and graduate at Arizona State University. Following ASU, Chip was drafted and played two seasons in the Anaheim Angels minor league system. Chip now manages the NFL and MLB camps, while also developing sport-specific training programs for various other athletes. He has also taken on developing strength and conditioning programs for many Phoenix Fire Fighters.
Chip is an avid Ultra Trail Marathon runner and has completed numerous 100mile and 50mile ultra marathons. He resides with his wife Elisa, daughter Cienna and son Logan.
Speed Coach and Football Skill Position Coach
Coach Will Sullivan has appeared in the New York Post, USA Today, TBN, Fox Sports, The New York Times and has also been a guest football analyst for wide receivers and defensive backs for ESPN Radio. He has also appeared in ESPN the Magazine and appeared as a training specialist in the documentary "Young, Focused and Driven," the story of golden gloves champion Jose Benavidez. Will played football collegiately at Bowling Green State University as a wide receiver and defensive back. After graduating, he played professionally for 5 years in the CFL and Arena One Football League.
In 2004, Will founded Sullivan PROformance where he trains athletes of all ages using thorough evaluations, detailed video analysis and creative drills that are relevant to an athlete’s particular sport. Coach Sullivan’s speed and agility camps for lacrosse, tennis, hockey, track, softball, baseball, football, basketball, volleyball and soccer have been touted as one of the best speed development programs in the country. His youth programs for athletic development have resulted in major success for kids from the ages of 6-13 year’s old.
Sullivan PROformance partnered with Fischer Sports in 2004 to begin preparing the nation’s best college football players for the NFL Combine. The Fischer Sports NoDoubt! Combine Camp has become one of the top NFL Combine preparation programs in the country. The Fischer Sports Combine Camp has consistently produced top performers at the NFL Combine.
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