Brett Mortensen
Rehabilitation Coordinator
(801) 422-1620
SAB 123


Coordinator of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for BYU athletics. Mortensen is an instructor in the BYU Exercise Science Department.  He is involved in a variety of ongoing research studies.  His research interests are currently have an emphasis in concussion as well as injury prediction and management. Mortensen’s dissertation focused on using the FMS to improve the safety of athletes at BYU. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the American Physical Therapy Association.  He also serves on the Athletic Training Licensing Board for the State of Utah.

Years at BYU

2013 - Present


  • BS Exercise Science/Athletic Training:   BYU (1994) 
  • MS Physical Therapy:  University of Alabama at Birmingham (1997)
  • PhD Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: BYU (2018)

Prior to BYU

  • Physical therapist, athletic trainer at Central Utah Clinic 2004-2013
  • Owner, Peak Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine 2003-2011
  • 1996 Atlanta Olympics Legion Field venue and Birmingham athlete’s village athletic trainer


  • Wife, Claire, three sons and one daughter
  • Hometown: Highland, Utah
  • Served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
BYU Hall of Fame