Ross Brakeville, DPT, is a recognized expert in sports medicine and orthopedics. Brakeville received his undergraduate degrees in science and physical therapy from Maryville University, St. Louis, going on to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy and Sports Certification from the University of St. Augustine in Florida. Additionally, Brakeville has further training in orthopedic evaluation methods under the guidance of Thomas Myers, MD, and adolescent orthopedics with David Marshall, MD.
Brakeville is the chairman of the American Physical Therapy Association's Golf Special Interest Group. He is the director of rehabilitation for Reinhardt University Athletics in Waleska, GA, and a member of the health care committee of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce in Cobb County, GA. He is the medical coordinator for Etowah High School, River Ridge High School, the Cherokee Impact Soccer Organization, the World of Kids gymnastics/cheer program, and Lyndon Academy, all in Georgia. Brakeville is also an adjunct instructor at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA, where he teaches the orthopedic module for the nurse practitioner program.