- Graduated University of Oklahoma, BS in Spanish
- Certified EMT-B
- Previously employed as an Assistant Safety Director in the DFW region
“Working as a Program Facilitator with BHR gives me the opportunity to affect people’s lives in a positive, long-lasting way. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing that ‘spark’ when someone realizes how much control they truly have over their own health and well-being.”
- Phil graduated from the University of Phoenix
- Phil is also a Specialist of Applied Exercise Sciences and holds multiple certifications in Fitness, Exercise, and Training.
- Phil is a Subject Matter Expert for Hofstra University’s Academy of Applied Personal Training Education
- Phil is a drug-free amateur body building competitor
“I never get tired of watching an employee’s journey from skeptic to believer and helping them to recognize that with a little bit of effort, a better quality of life is achievable.”
- Dr, Hahns is a Graduate of the Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX and a licensed Chiropractic physician
- He is a Graduate of the University of North Texas, BS in Biology and a minor in Chemistry
- His hobbies include cycling, kayaking, running, climbing, or lifting weights in his free time
Helping others attain better health is a major motivator for Dr Hahns. He tell us, ”the greatest compliment I receive is when an employee stops to tell me that since their Ergo-Power® training they have begun changing their work habits and are already feeling better.”
- Dr. Brian graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic
- Dr. Brian graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso with a Bachelors Degree in Health Science and a Minor in Kinesiology.
- Dr Brian was an Anatomy and Physiology instructor, and Program Director for the Medical Assistant Program at Everest College.
- Dr. Brian also worked as an Ergonomic Specialist for Texas Instrument/General Physics Corporation for 3 years.
Dr. Brian is highly motivated by the results he sees from the Ergo-Power® Program and “its ability to empower employees to work more efficiently by putting less stress on their bodies, which ultimately leads to a better quality of life.”