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Inman’s Eli Brunk – Student of the Month Presented by Advanced Physical Therapy

Eli Brunk, a multiple star athlete at Inman, was chosen as the Advanced Physical Therapy Athlete of the Month for March. Brunk was an all-league football player for the Teutons last fall and is one of the leading scorers on the basketball team this winter.

Last summer, Brunk went up for a dunk at practice and landed funny on his knee. Since that time he has dealt with pain below his kneecap and chose to go to Advanced Physical Therapy.

“The reason I went to Advanced Physical Therapy is because of a family friend who works there, and we had heard great things about the care,” Brunk said.

The STEM treatments Brunk received on his knee were what he felt were the most beneficial.

“The therapist who worked with me was very helpful and nice,” Brunk said. “I left Advanced Physical Therapy with my knee feeling 100 percent better. I would 100 percent recommend going to Advanced Physical Therapy because the environment is great, and you will come out feeling way better. They do a great job.”

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