Trainers and Therapists

Peter Bernardy

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW-La Crosse; BS, St. Norbert College

Specialties: Injury prevention and sports performance, custom molded foot orthotics, throwing performance, overhead athletes, biomechanical running gait analysis, work specialty rehabilitation, ACL injury prevention.

Philosophy: “As a sports physical therapist my passion and enthusiasm for athletics helps guide my treatment plans. My philosophy is centered on developing biomechanically sound athletes and promoting athletic wellness/injury prevention. I have a special interest in running and throwing athletes.”

Pascalle Fischer

Physical Therapist

Education: BS, Keele University, England

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, cycle fitting and performance, custom molded foot orthotics, injury prevention, manual therapy, kinesio-taping, headache management, spinal diagnoses, and Certified Bicycle Fitting Specialist and performance training.

Philosophy: “I enjoy changing the ‘fix me’ mentality that often presents to physical therapy by empowering individuals to take ownership of their health and recovery. My role is to give my patients the tools needed for a long term recovery and help them achieve successful outcomes.”

Jacklyn Goddard

Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer

Education: Doctorate, UW-La Crosse

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, custom molded foot orthotics, concussion management, biomechanical running gait analysis, athletic event coverage, ACL injury prevention, post-surgical hip scopes, triathletes, aquatics, and pediatrics.

Philosophy: “My goal is to return you to your happy, healthy lifestyle as quickly and safely as possible. I enjoy working with all ages, especially youth and adolescense.”

Karen Goebel

Supervisor of Sports Medicine, Physical Therapist

Education: MS, Mayo School of Health Related Sciences; BS, UW-La Crosse

Specialties: Certified Lymphedema therapist, orthopedics, custom molded orthotics

Philosophy: “I love to really get to know my patients on a personal level. This helps me best understand their needs and help them achieve their goals and the best possible outcomes.”

Lori Ann Keisic

Physical Therapist

Education: MPT, Wayne State University

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, custom molded foot orthotics, manual and muscle energy techniques for the spine extremities, craniosacral techniques, Selective functional movement assessment trained, Titleist Performance Institute Medical Level 3 Certification for golf performance, special interest in performing arts medicine.

Philosophy: “I love to look at each patient as a puzzle and figure out how to get all the pieces working together again as a whole through functional movement patterns and individualized programs.”

Lacey McRoy

Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer

Education: Doctorate and BS, Concordia University

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, manual therapy, Kinesio Taping

Philosophy: "I enjoy the taking the opportunity to get to know my patients and work with them to figure out the "why" behind their concerns. Working together to build a plan to return to your lifestyle as quickly and as safely as possible, whether you are an elite athlete, weekend warrior, or anything in-between, is what I love to do."

Daniel Reznichek

Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer

Education: BS, UW-La Crosse, Doctorate, UW-La Crosse; MS, Florida State

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, Sports Certified Specialist, custom molded foot orthotics, concussion management, biomechanical running gait analysis, athletic event coverage, ACL injury prevention, post-surgical shoulder and hip rehabilitation, Medical Director for Aurora BayCare Toughman Wisconsin

Philosophy: “I specialize in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions in an active and athletic population. I practice with a sports medicine philosophy to meet the individual needs of my patients through an evidence-based approach. I aim to return my patients to sports and physical activity safely and to provide them with the tools to prevent injury and promote an active, healthy lifestyle.”

Diane Stadler

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, lifeguard, aquatic therapy for orthopedic and spine conditions

Philosophy: “I respect pain and do my best to alleviate chronic pain, increase range of motion, and improve strength while guiding people toward improved posture, balance, and function.”

Brian Weitz

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, work specialty, Parkinson’s group exercise

Philosophy: I'm interested in showing patients that physical therapy does not have to be a miserable process. I believe the attitude that you have as you approach something determines your success more than anything else. A positive attitude equals positive outcomes.”

Joseph Woldt

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Concordia University; BS, Martin Luther College

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, Certified Sports Specialist, custom molded foot orthotics, shoulder and knee rehabilitation, concussion management, biomechanical running gait analysis, athletic event coverage, and throwing performance

Philosophy: “My goal is to help people get back to their active lifestyles, feeling well, and performing better than ever before. I believe this can be achieved through altering movements, corrective exercises, and the appropriate mobilization or mobility techniques that allow for proper and efficient movement. I enjoy working with athletes of all types and ages, with a special interest in running, throwing, and CrossFit athletes.”

Rebecca Yde

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW-La Crosse

Specialties: Orthopedics and sports medicine, Sports Certified Specialist, custom molded foot orthotics, concussion management, biomechanical running gait analysis, athletic event coverage, ACL injury prevention, knee, shoulder, and ankle injuries

Philosophy: “My goal is to provide patients with the necessary education to live a healthier lifestyle both during sport and everyday activities. I place a strong focus on injury prevention by improving whole body movement patterns. My passion is working to improve instability injuries of the knee and shoulder, working with adolescence, and helping athletes return to sport”