Breonna Holland, MD, is a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at Memorial Rehabilitation Institute. She cares for patients who are undergoing inpatient rehabilitation after experiencing a stroke, spinal cord injury or other major trauma or illness. She also performs electrodiagnostic testing on patients to help other providers accurately diagnose nerve and muscle conditions so that they can provide the best treatment.
Dr. Holland enjoys getting to know her patients and assisting them during challenging times with their health. She is a strong proponent of patient-centered care and collaborates with Memorial’s team of physicians and therapists to help patients achieve their goals, restore function and increase independence. She enjoys helping enable people to do the things they love in life.
Creighton University School Of Medicine, 2019
Creighton University School Of Medicine, 2020
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, 2023, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Awards, Achievements, and More
- Holland, B.E., Bavishi, S. Covid Meningoencephalitis, a case report. Poster presentation at virtual AAPM&R annual meeting. 2021
- Case C.M., Holland B.E., Cramer S.A., Sandin K.J. Utility of mTBI continuity physiatry clinic for trauma patients. (2019) Poster presentation at annual meeting of AAPM&R, San Antonio, Texas
- Holland, B.E., Sharma, S.K. Prolactinoma Mimicking Migraine. A case report. Consultant 360. 2018. https://www.consultant360.com/article/neurology/prolactinoma-mimicking-migraine
- Tracy, B.L., Schmid, A.A., Miller, D.M., Timroth, K.E., Holland, B.E., Jankowski, L.R., & Fritz, M.F. Smartphone-based assessment of changes in postural stability in neurological patients after a therapeutic exercise intervention. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Conference, San Diego, California, 2016
- Bost (Holland), B.E., Cumler, E.J., Jankowski, L.R., Rasicci, D.V., Timroth, K.E., & Tracy, B.L Muscles Alive! A novel, experiential neuroscience education outreach program for elementary, secondary, and university students. Poster presentation and live demonstration at annual meeting of American College of Sports Medicine, Rocky Mountain Chapter, Denver, Colorado, 2015