Skip To Content

Dr. Brittany Wallace


Dr. Brittany Wallace received her Bachelors in Exercise Science at FAU in 2015. During that time, she got the opportunity to intern as a Strength and Conditioning Coach with the FAU's Men's Basketball team and began personal training following graduation. After having worked a year as a Therapeutic Exercise Specialist and personal trainer, she then completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at NSU in 2020. Brittany's experience ranges from working with NFL offseason and NFL combine athletes, MLB athletes, youth training, collegiate off-season training in multiple sports, outpatient and sports rehabilitation, pelvic floor therapy, PEDs, neurologic rehabilitation, aquatic therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, NICU/PICU/ICU rehab, acute care, geriatric, return to performance and post-surgical rehabilitation. She has been trained in cupping therapy, manipulation, FRC, FMS, Y-Balance Testing, & IASTM. Brittany is now preparing for her Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification.

Because of Dr. Brittany's passion to blend fitness and rehabilitation, Apollo Performance Physical Therapy was created to work with a variety of gyms across Palm Beach County. As a Physical Therapist, her mission is to treat the whole body and empower patients to take charge of their health and fitness through proper movement and recovery.

Brittany has an athletic background in basketball, swimming, flag football, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, weight lifting, powerlifting, Olympic lifting, calisthenics, gymnastics, yoga, and CrossFit. She has competed in seven BJJ competitions, one being at the World's level. Along with competing at the Team USA American Open Series II in 2017, placing third in her group for Olympic lifting.

Outside of work, Brittany loves to rock climb, snorkel, travel, and spend time to those close to her. She is an avid cross fitter and Olympic lifter.


  • CPR/AED/First Aid Certification
NSCA Certification
NASM Certification
USA Weightlifting

Maintained by Digital Resource