Brook Wadenpfuhl

Brook Wadenpfuhl Practice Administrator

AREAS OF EXPERTISE
  • Practice Administrator
About Me

Brook R. Wadenpfuhl is a practice administrator, former banker, and entrepreneur. She grew up in Port Neches-Groves, Texas, with an amazing and loving family who encouraged her developmental growth at an early age.Brook has two boys, Koren and Kylen the loves of her life. Brook has spent the last ten years working in bank management and is currently working as a practice manager for Performance Pain and Sports Medicine.

Brook is a dedicated, highly experienced professional with a strong background in management, administration, and business development. She has held positions of progressive responsibility in various roles making substantial contributions throughout her career. Brook is a confident self-starter and a strong team player who works well with clients, business partners, and management at all levels. She is known for her exuberant outgoing personality and has a proven ability to meet her professional goals with a high level of energy and motivation.

Brook understands the need to balance her work and personal life. In her spare time, she loves to travel and spend time with her friends and family. From an early age, Brook has participated in sports, and she has spent the last seven years playing softball for SWAT as well as participates in warrior dash runs, 5k and 10k fun runs with her Sister. She takes as many opportunities as she can to support her community, her family and friends and her professional commitments.

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