Dr. Walczak works clinically as a Physical Therapist at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital leading care for inpatient pediatrics and adults with developmental disabilities. He also care for adults that have suffered brain injuries. Dr. Walczak serves as the leader of program development for both our Inpatient Pediatric Program and the Brooks PADD (Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities).
Marquette University, – Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology in 2015, Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2017
Graduated from the Brooks IHL Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency Program in 2018, and became a Board-Certified Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy in 2019
Dr. Walczak currently serves as a member of the methodology subgroup in the guideline development group for the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy’s developing Clinical Practice Guideline for Acute/Subacute Locomotor Recovery Following Neurologic Injury.
Chair of the Shared Governance Research Council at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital.
Faculty member of the Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency at Brooks Rehabilitation. He leads the accelerated inpatient rehab experience, provide resident lectures, and mentor in outpatient and NICU settings.
Co-instructor for the Brooks IHL weekend series course titled “Babies to Barbells.” Also teaches a CEU through Brooks on Pediatric Severe Brain Injury and Disorders of Consciousness. Performed several guest lectures at different universities across the country on varying topics such as Early Intervention and Pediatric Chronic Pain.