Indian Harbour Beach

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Monday - Thursday 7AM - 6PM

Friday 7AM - 4PM

Our Team


Cori Broedling – PTA

Cori graduated from the University of South Florida in 1992 with a B.S. in Wellness Administration/Exercise Physiology.  She ran a corporate wellness program for 2 years.  She then earned a massage certification from Florida Institute of Massage Therapy in 1996 and continued her education by obtaining a Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Polk Community College.  She worked in orthopedic and home health physical therapy specializing in manual therapy for 17 years in Denver, Colorado.  She also had a medical massage practice in Colorado for 13 years.  Cori specializes in chronic pain, trauma, motor vehicle accidents and orthopedic dysfunctions associated with disorders of the myofascial system.

Kevin Barney – PTA

Kevin Barney Graduated from Berkshire Community College with an AS in Physical Therapist Assistant in 1997. Started my career working with Health South as a staff clinician during that time ran an Industrial Rehabilitation program and worked with many elite and amatuer athelites and became certifited Sportsmetrics clinicin with the Cincinnati sports medicine Group. In 2002 became Site coordinator of the Melbourne office. In 2006 Graduated with a BS in Health Service Administration also during that time HealthSouth was in the transition to Select Physical Therapy and Opened a new Facility.. In 2008 became a staff clinician for Beachside Physical Therapy in the Indian Harbor office. In 2009 became the Director of the Indialantic office. In 2016 was named interim Director of the Beachside Indian Harbour Location.

Besides Managing two Clinics I enjoy running with my Wife in half Marathons and Coaching Little League baseball.


Peter Renz – DPT

Peter is a recent transplant to the Space Coast after a decade of visiting family in the area. Originally from Rhode Island, Peter moved to Washington, DC to attend Georgetown University. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Peter worked the next decade as a project manager and team leader for a Fortune 500 company helping federal and state government clients find solutions to public health and environmental challenges. Wanting to work in a field that resulted in more immediate and meaningful change, Peter left the consulting world behind to become a PT. Peter attended The George Washington University, graduating with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Peter is an avid sports fan and in his spare time, he enjoys rooting for the NY Giants and Georgetown Hoyas as well as spending time with his wife Michelle, his daughter Gianna, and Miles, the dog.