Grant Little was born and raised in San Angelo, Texas. After graduating high school and attending college for 2 years, with the country at war, he felt called to serve his country and joined the United States Navy in January of 2004. His assignments included duty as Hospital Corpsman serving as a combat medic with 2nd Marine division in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. After 4 years on the ground, he decided to move to the air and became a Search and Rescue Medical Technician providing overland and over water helicopter search and rescue support to military and civilians in North Carolina. His next assignment was with the navy’s only dedicated Special Operations Support helicopter squadron in San Diego, California providing aerial gunnery and medical support to special operation units around the world.
After 12 years of service and 5 combat deployments around the world, he decided to start the next chapter of his life. Having treated patients in austere environments all over the world with various injuries and illnesses, he developed a strong passion for being with someone in their time of need and wanted to continue in a field that allowed him to do that. The idea of healing the body through exercise and strengthening is what led him to physical therapy. He is a recent graduate of Stanbridge University in Irvine, CA with a degree and license as a Physical Therapist Assistant.