Dr. Jacob Brewer


Dr. Jacob Brewer is an alumnus of the Department of Physical Therapy at Hardin-Simmons University, having received his Master of Physical Therapy in 1999 and his DPT in 2005. Brewer received his Bachelor of Science degree from Wayland University (WBU) in 1994 and has taken graduate work from WBU toward a Master of Arts in Religion.

Brewer completed his Ph.D. in leadership studies at Dallas Baptist University in December of 2010. He joined the HSU PT faculty following a position as director of rehabilitation services at Hillcrest Health Systems in Waco, Texas, where he administered all operations of physical and occupational, speech-language pathology, audiology, as well as occupational and sports medicine services amidst several facilities.

Brewer has also served as the director of rehabilitation services at Scenic Mountain Medical Center in Big Spring, Texas. As a Board Certified Specialist in Neurologic PT it is most appropriate that Brewer teaches the neurological rehabilitation courses and our pediatric/geriatric course, as well as shared duties in Neuroscience I and assisting in the laboratory throughout Clinical Anatomy II. He has taught similar content for the University of Texas at El Paso. Brewer is involved in the APTA Health Policy and Administration (HPA) section, where he serves on the faculty for the APTA HPA’s Leadership, Administration, Management and Professionalism (LAMP) Institute.

PHYT 7302 Clinical Anatomy II: Lab Assistant
PHYT 7307 Neuroscience I
PHYT 7326 Clinical Diagnosis and Management III: Neurological I
PHYT 7427 Clinical Diagnosis and Management III: Neurological II
PHYT 7334 Clinical Diagnosis and Management VII: Pediatric & Geriatrics

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