Brett Beuning PT, DPT

Brett Beuning PT, DPT
Clinical Assistant Professor - Physical Therapy Department
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Brett Beuning is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Education in the Department of Physical Therapy at Baylor University. A graduate from the Regis University Physical Therapy Program in 2006, Dr. Beuning is an ABPTS board-certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist and a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapists. He has spent the past five years as faculty for Baylor’s DPT Program, teaching in the musculoskeletal and clinical education coursework. Prior to that, he practiced in variety of settings, with a focus in outpatient orthopaedics. Much of that time was spent educating and mentoring others in clinical education, residency, and fellowship programs.

In addition to clinical practice, Dr. Beuning served in faculty and program director positions for DPT clinical education and post-graduate residency and fellowship programs, developing online and clinical content for clinical internship and post-graduate programs. He also served as adjunct faculty in another DPT program for 3 years prior to his full-time role with Baylor University. He resides in Texas with his wife and three children.


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Current Research Interests
  • Interventions for pain
  • Dry Needling
  • Musculoskeletal physical therapy
  • Clinical Education
Current Teaching Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
  • DPT 6440 Musculoskeletal Practice II
  • DPT 6460 Musculoskeletal Practice IV
  • DPT 6360 Advanced Patient Management
  • DPT 6810 PT Practice I
  • DPT 6820 PT Practice II
  • DPT 6820 PT Practice III