Meet Our Therapists



Dr. Bryan S. Williams received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. He holds an undergraduate degree in Health Promotions Management.

His treatment style, based on 15+ years of hands on experience, utilizes: soft tissue and myofascial release, trigger point dry needling, peripheral and spinal joint mobilizations, patient education, neuromuscular re-education and therapeutic exercises. Bryan believes in treating the person, not just the body part in order to get the most out of every treatment session.

Being an avid golfer, Bryan has gone on to become a Titleist Performance Institute certified professional.

As founder of Concierge Physical Therapists, Bryan strives to acquire the most dynamic, autonomous and talented Physical Therapists to round out Concierge Physical Therapists’ team.

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Dr. Meg McCormick, a Texas native, graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from UT Southwestern Medical Center in 2013, where she was elected into the Alpha Eta Honor Society. Prior to physical therapy school she completed her undergraduate work in Health Science Studies at Baylor University. While at Baylor she was also a four year, Division I Women’s Golf athlete and served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Dr. McCormick has experience working with the athletic population including collegiate, amateur, and professional athletes. Her interests in physical therapy include high level functional training and return to sport training. Dr. McCormick is certified in dry needling by the Integrative Dry Needling Institute and certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) as a medical provider. She is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy and the Texas Physical Therapy Association.


Dr. Leanna Campbell, PT is an orthopedic physical therapist with focused expertise in performing arts and sports medicine. Her education spans the country and overseas. She attended undergraduate university in South Yorkshire, England and gained clinical experience in Northern Italy. After completing her BS in Kinesiology at University of North Texas, she graduated with her Master of Physical Therapy at the acclaimed UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. After several years of clinical practice, she returned to achieve her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Boston University with emphasis in Education. This has been a paramount part of her career, both as an academic professor of Physical Therapy and an integral part of all her treatments.

In addition to working with competitive and recreational athletes, she contracts for professional dance and Broadway touring performance shows locally and nationally. The variety of clientele backgrounds and performance demands gives her an appreciation for treating all skill levels and styles. She incorporates a wide range of manual therapy techniques and other skilled treatments to focus on intrinsic healing and return to functional activity. Her goal is to optimize trust, relate-ability, and open communication as well as encouraging patients to become an active part in the healing process. Leanna is an adventurer at heart! Whenever possible, she will be traveling, white-water rafting, hiking, and exploring anywhere an adventure takes her. When home, she can be found creating events for local charities or involved in the performing arts. Plus, her Labradane Gatsby is never far away!


Dr. Tiffany Denny received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Woman's University in 2011 after graduating with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina. She tested for and received her board certification as an orthopedic specialist in 2013, and has experience treating pain, including chronic pain, injury, and post-operative conditions, as well as pelvic floor dysfunction. Tiffany is also a certified yoga therapist, and has been teaching yoga for over 14 years. 

Tiffany's treatment approach makes use of hands-on soft tissue and joint mobilization, dry needling, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), as well as movement reeducation, breath education, and mindfulness. She believes that our job is to create the conditions under which the body can function optimally, and she works with clients to help them find effective techniques and practices to incorporate into their life on a regular basis to support their own healing and health.


Dr. Ernest Brown is a Washington, DC native, family physician, and founder of the house call medical provider, Doctors To You. While in medical school, a young Dr. Brown predicted a life in the emergency room; however, after mentorship by one of the country’s leading house call doctors, things changed. This experience working in homes rather than in clinics steered his focus from being a run-of-the-mill hospital employee, to fulfilling his purpose as a true caregiver by staying connected to the community that made him.

In 2015, Doctors To You was born with the mission to rebuilding the doctor-patient relationship, giving patients the care they deserve. Today, it’s a burgeoning movement in the DC area, providing both residents and visitors seamless access to quality care without having to go out and find it—the doctor comes to you! “I greatly enjoy providing both traditional and charitable house calls. I have a distinctive and patient-centric vision of how house calls should be practiced and have spent my career bringing that vision to life.”

Old-fashion? Maybe. But with Doctors To You, Dr. Brown is spearheading the return of the house call, and has achieved local and national recognition for his outstanding service by outlet such as: The Today Show, NPR, and The Washington Post.

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