Welcome to Brewer Physical Therapy

We provide Physical Therapy services to the communities of Shreveport, Bossier City, and Minden in Louisiana. You can also receive our services via Telehealth if you are a resident of Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Utah, or Florida!

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Tim Lazarus


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“I first became interested in physical therapy during my undergraduate studies. I enjoy learning new treatment methods and using them to help patients return to pain-free performance of daily activities. I was a physical therapy tech at Brewer Physical Therapy prior to graduating from PT school, and I am proud to return as a physical therapist to continue helping people in the Shreveport/Bossier City community.” Tim is a graduate of LSU Health Sciences Center here in Shreveport where he passed his National Physical Therapy Examination with a perfect score! He served four years as a firefighter in the United States Air Force at Barksdale AFB prior to attending Louisiana Tech University. He has an interest in new approaches to therapeutic exercise and manual therapy, as well as traditional strength and conditioning concepts. Outside of physical therapy, Tim enjoys woodworking and is an avid hunter. Education Cert.: Certified Dry Needling DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Shreveport, LA BS: Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA

Adam Brewer


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“I have an athletic background, so I was naturally drawn to sports medicine. I think physical therapy is fascinating because there are so many different techniques that can be used to reach a beneficial outcome. I want to provide the best care possible to patients while making the rehabilitation process enjoyable. I use a hands-on approach with all my patients, because I firmly believe that patients heal more efficiently when a therapist combines manual techniques with exercise and other modalities. I also pride myself on providing highly personalized care to every patient. I love getting to know my patients and helping them reach their physical potential.” Dr. Adam Brewer, PT is the co-owner of Brewer Physical Therapy. Cert.: Dry Needling Cert.: Credentialed Clinical Instructor (CCID), the American Physical Therapy Association DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy, UMMC MPT: Master of Physical Therapy, UMMC BS: Exercise Science and Biology, UM

Justin Alford

PT, DPT, Cert. DN

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“I have always been interested and enjoyed an active lifestyle. I experienced early on that being a physical therapist allows me to help people return to the life they used to have, help reduce their pain, and build relationships while doing so. I strive to assess the whole patient, not just their injury, and provide a unique treatment approach based on each patient's specific needs. I have a passion working with active individuals, athletes, and those struggling with chronic and lingering pain utilizing both current and well established evidence-based techniques.” Justin is a graduate of LSU Health Sciences Center here in Shreveport as well as Louisiana Tech University. While at LSU Health Sciences Center he conducted research focusing on outcome measures used by physical therapists. In his free time, he enjoys working out, playing golf with his friends and cooking with his fiancé. Justin also loves carpentry work, participating in missions, and traveling to new places.

Terry Eberhardt


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“I love getting to know my patients on a personal level and enjoy helping them return to their normal activities. I actively try to find better ways to reduce pain and weakness for my patients while simultaneously improving their mobility and function.” Terry has been practicing physical therapy for more than 42 years. In his experience, he has treated more than 10,000 patients and counting! He has worked with a wide range of patients, from the U.S. Water Ski Team to NFL team members, and many more. Terry has countless memberships and accomplishments. Some include being in the ArkLaTex Sports Museum Hall of Fame, winning a gold medal in the 2000 National Water Ski Championship, and being a part of the American College of Sports Medicine and American Water Ski Association. In Terry’s free time, he enjoys being involved in his church, hunting, working out, and traveling with his wife.

Lydia McNeely


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"Being a physical therapy assistant is not just a job – it improves people’s lives. It is my vocation. I believe I am serving God by helping others. It is my privilege and a blessing to help decrease my patients' pain and improve their quality of life." Lydia has been a practicing physical therapy assistant for more than 16 years. When Lydia is not in the clinic, she enjoys going to the movies, relaxing, and spending time with her family.

Nicholas Russell


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I am a firm believer that movement is medicine. I believe everyone can achieve their goals and improve their physical well-being with proper guidance. I strive to provide my patients with the guidance needed to return to their desired level of physical activity and function no matter what level they may be at. I became interested in physical therapy because of the unique problem solving and knowledge needed to get patients better. I enjoy incorporating evidence-based treatments to rehabilitate patients as safely and efficiently as possible.” Nick recently completed a 12-month long Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency program designed to develop advanced knowledge and skills for the clinical management of patients with orthopedic conditions, additionally he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Indiana State University and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree from the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, LA. While at Indiana State University, Nick conducted research focusing on the use of complementary alternative medicine by physical therapists "Nick's family is originally from New Orleans, but he grew up near Indianapolis, IN. He moved to Shreveport last year to continue his physical therapy training. Growing up, he played football and lacrosse, and outside of physical therapy, he enjoys weight lifting, camping, and mountain biking with his fiancé.

Samantha Thiemann


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"I first became interested in physical therapy after injuring my ankle and hip while being a member of a dance team. I was able to regain function and return to dance after receiving care from a great physical therapist. Being a physical therapist, I have the honor of helping my patients reestablish their prior level of function. Seeing a patient’s face light up when describing how their life has improved with my help is such a blessing!” Sam Thiemann has been practicing physical therapy for more than 14 years. Sam has experience with pelvic health physical therapy, acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, pediatrics, and geriatrics. Pelvic health and neuromuscular physical therapy are her favorite areas of the physical therapy field. When not at the clinic, Sam enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, playing golf and softball, and playing dice and card games with her family.

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Lauren Jones


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“I chose this field because I have always wanted to have a career in which I help others. Patient care is a priority in my life. I have been practicing for more than five years in Alabama, and I love every day of it. My husband and I moved to Louisiana due to the Air Force relocating us. I have enjoyed working for Brewer Physical Therapy and look forward to the years to come." Lauren has been practicing physical therapy for more than five years. Her interests in physical therapy include a hands-on approach utilizing multiple manual therapy techniques and Kinesio tape application. When not at work, Lauren enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her two dogs, hosting fundraisers/food drives, and couponing.


663 Jordan Street,
Shreveport, LA 71101


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If you're not sure you can make it into the physical therapy clinic for an in-person appointment, you may be interested in requesting a TelePT video appointment. A session with a certified telehealth physical therapist could help you receive treatment from virtually anywhere.


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