Dr. Brandi Hosford, PT, DPT

Brandi Hosford

Physical Therapy Orthopedic Resident , PT Faculty Practice

Office Phone

(312) 355 8395


, 338

Mail Code


Office Hours

By appointment


Brandi Hosford, PT, DPT received her formal education at a private Iowa university in the field of exercise science and physical therapy via an accelerated program, that included both her bachelors and doctorate level education. After graduation from her DPT program in 2019, she gained more advanced clinical skills/experience while working at Loyola University Medical Center in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. There her clinical focuses were vestibular/concussion rehabilitation, orthopedics, return to sport, and various neurological rehabilitation including Parkinson's Disease. Now, as a member of the UIC community, Brandi is excited to embark on a new educational and clinical journey with the University of Illinois at Chicago Orthopedic Residency program. She hopes to gain advanced clinical insight and skills in the area of orthopedics, as well as advance in her ability to provide proficient doctorate level education to the current DPT students. Post residency, Brandi hopes to obtain an orthopedic clinical specialty and continue her career in both clinical and educational settings.

Service to the Community

-Volunteer/Youth outreach, assisting in safe athletic participation and injury prevention/education (2020-current): SouthWest Chicago Suburban Communities -Referral and Professional Marketing Coordinator (2018-2019): ProBono Inter-professional Health Clinic, St. Ambrose University -Volunteer, assisting patients suffering from Dementia related pathologies (2017-2018): WestWing Place, Iowa

Leadership in the Profession

American Physical Therapy Association, Member since 2017

Illinois Physical Therapy Association, Member

Orthopedic Special Interest Group (APTA), Member


Doctor of Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
St. Ambrose University 2019

Bachelors of Science
Exercise Science
Minor: Interdisciplinary Minor of Communication in the HealthCare System
St. Ambrose University 2018