Dr. Hebert has a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Science, both from the University of Colorado. He is an Associate Professor appointed in the School of Medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. He is the Associate Director of Research and the Director of the Physical Performance Laboratory at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health, where he brings over 20 years of experience to the Institute providing specialized physical therapy care for persons living with neurological conditions with an emphasis on mild and moderate traumatic brain injury.
His clinical and research expertise includes examining, treating and investigating multisensory processing and management for people with multiple sclerosis and prior traumatic brain injury. Dr. Hebert has over 10 years of experience leading research projects on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus where his efforts focus primarily on building novel conceptual frameworks of the complex interrelationships of persistent posttraumatic symptoms, including how difficulties in sensory input management such as vision, vestibular and auditory may contribute to chronic psychological and emotional problems. It is from this knowledge that innovative interdisciplinary treatment approaches can be more optimally discovered by research and clinically be developed and delivered, with the main goal of life-long improvements in the participation in daily life activities and overall quality of life for people living with persistent symptoms due to head trauma.Dr. Hebert has a deep appreciation for those who serve our country, which was initially forged out of family history. His older brother is a U.S. Army Veteran and his closest uncle served just over 24 years, Commander (fmr), in the U.S. Navy. His father was also in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. To this day, his father’s flag aides in grounding Dr. Hebert’s gratitude for the sacrifices and dedication of our Servicemembers. It is his late Father-in-law’s extended career as a Detective for the state of Wisconsin that provided early insight into the field of law enforcement. It is with his work at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health, that he has the honor to meet a breadth of military Veterans and Emergency Responders and provide the specialized, patient-centered care required to help them meet their specific goals.
"The pinnacle of one’s life should not be determined by the summitting of a single peak from the deepest valley, instead it should be measured based on the summation of the many peaks from a variety of valley depths one needs to conquer in a lifetime."