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Brian Gajafsky


I graduated from the UW-Madison Physical Therapy program in 1996.  Before Body Renovation, I practiced within a regional healthcare system - primarily in their sports medicine program.

My journey with Body Renovation started in the early 2000s, even before Form and Fitness Health Club and our current Grafton location was built.  At that time, I covered patients part-time for Rick Wagner (our managing partner), when Body Renovation was but one room, shoved in a closet (with a fish tank in it 😉) in the back of a personal training studio in Mequon. I continued to “moonlight” at Body Renovation until approximately 2010, at which time I came on full time as an employee. In 2012, I became a partner.

I have extensive background working with high-level high school, collegiate and professional athletes, including Marquette University and the Milwaukee Admirals. Both Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, my practice interests lie in orthopedic manual therapy, orthotics, as well as functional training.

My wife, LIsa, and I have two children: Cameron (15) and Nora (13). Lisa teaches 4K in the Cedarburg School District. Despite the fact that we both work in the North Shore, we live in Slinger, just 25 minutes west of Grafton. We spend a lot of time watching our kids play sports. When not working or doing something kid sport related, we LOVE spending time out on the boat, doing pretty much any water sport you can think of. Besides the boat, I also has a passion for aviation. I'm currently limited to radio controlled airplanes, but in a previous life, I flew full-scale aircraft as an instrument rated private pilot.

I feel very fortunate to be part of the Body Renovation team! I love the healthy, supportive work culture Body Renovation provides, created by people who are, not only very talented at their craft but also, awesome human beings.

See me for: Any extremity related sports medicine or general orthopedic injury including shoulder, hip, knee and ankle, non surgical or surgical issues, higher level athlete return to sport, general foot and ankle pain, orthotics.

Why I chose to become a Physical Therapist: I love helping people live their lives Better. It is extremely satisfying to me to have friends and relatives of past patients come to see me for their care. 

Worst injury I ever suffered: Herniated lumbar disc 

Craziest injury I have treated: Long thoracic nerve palsy

My favorite food to cook: Chicken on the grill

If I could visit anywhere in the world: All US National Parks

When I am not at work, I am:  Watching my children play sports, boating, hunting, building and flying model air planes.  In a previous life - piloting real airplanes

Bucket List Confession: Own a home with a BIG yard - riding lawn mower big :)

Best advice I’ve ever received: Keep an open mind, never stop learning!

(262) 375-1075

Brian Gajafsky
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