Provider Spotlight: Dr. Bryan Knipfer

Provider Spotlight: Dr. Bryan Knipfer

Meet our Provider of the Month, Dr. Bryan Knipfer! This month we caught up with him to ask some fun questions and get to know him a little better. You can pay him a visit at his practice in San Antonio, TX.

1) Where is your practice?

San Antonio, TX.

2) Where are you originally from?

Minneapolis, MN.

3) How long have you been with Airrosti?

Three years.

4) Describe your favorite thing about your job.

Definitely a cliche response, but I do really enjoy helping my patients recover from their injuries and improve their quality of life. I also love being able to educate patients on self-care and healthy habits so they can be more knowledgeable about health and feel empowered to be engaged in their own well-being.

5) Describe your ultimate vacation.

Camping and hiking through all 195 countries. I might have to take a short leave of absence for that one.

6) What’s your favorite all-time favorite movie?

Clue (1985). It’s fun, ridiculous, and the cast is fantastic.

7) What’s the weirdest food you’ve ever eaten?

Fermented shark. Not tasty, I don’t recommend it.

8) If you won a million dollars what would you do with it?

Pay off my student loans and my house. Super boring and responsible.

9) If you were given a yacht, what would you name it and why?

Soleus Mussel. All good boat names are punny, and here we’ve got a reference to my job (soleus) that contains the name of a fish (sole) that comes from the Latin word for a flat sandal, (the only acceptable footwear on a boat) and a homophone between “muscle” and “mussel.” It’s dorky, obscure, and punny. Perfect for a yacht.

10) What’s your favorite sport?

Must be triathlon. I keep doing them, so I must like it.

11) If you could have any superpower, which would you choose and why?

The ability to speak, read, and understand every language (and dialect) fluently. It would be pretty handy for that ultimate vacation through all 195 countries.

12) Finally, name one thing you couldn’t live without.

Food. Not because it is literally a requirement for life, but because I love everything about it. I love eating it, making it, talking about it, etc. The only thing I don’t like about it is doing the dishes.

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