About Hannah Brodke
Hannah Brodke is passionate about helping her patients return to their favorite activities. She incorporates hands on treatment, movement optimization, and exercise to decrease pain and guide her patients to reaching their movement goals. She takes time to create a personalized plan of care with each patient that will progress at a pace that fits their body and healing. She enjoys treating a variety of injuries and has a special interest in back and neck pain.
Hannah grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah where she stayed active playing soccer, dancing, hiking, playing with her yellow lab, and of course, skiing. Hannah completed both her Bachelor’s degree and Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Washington University in St. Louis. During her time in St. Louis she spent extra hours in the anatomy lab as a TA and volunteered at Rock Steady Boxing assisting people with Parkinson’s Disease to exercise. She began running while living in St. Louis and completed her first half marathon in April 2019. Hannah now enjoys exploring the Twin Cities and can often be found taking yoga classes, running around the many Minnesota lakes, or trying a new recipe.