Physical Therapists

Shari Asher

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Concordia University

Specialties: Spine and orthopedic injuries/post-surgical, and work specialty

Philosophy: “I strive to treat my patients like I would my family members with the best, most comprehensive care possible.”

Terry Betts

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: Orthopedic, lymphedema, neuromuscular re-education, general spine and general rehabilitation

Philosophy: “My philosophy is to treat others as I would expect to be treated, with the upmost respect and best care possible.”

Megan Bruegge

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Concordia University

Specialties: Cancer team, neuro team, lymphedema care, dry needling

Philosophy: "I like to get to know my patients on a personal level in order to work together as a team to work through their mobility limitations."

Brian Chapman

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW-Milwaukee; BS, UW-Oshkosh

Specialties: Orthopedic and manual physical therapy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Philosophy: “I believe in the importance of listening to my patients. I want to know their goals and what drives them to reach those goals. Success in physical therapy is often dependent on team work between the therapist and the patient. I want to use my education and knowledge to help my patients achieve their goals, whatever they may be, as well as be a resource for them at any point in the future.”

Diane Danhieux

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: LSVT BIG and PWR certified for Parkinson’s disease, neurological conditions, orthopedic rehabilitation

Philosophy: “I believe in treating all patients as unique individuals with specific needs and goals. I strive to educate, motivate, and empower patients to discover their potential in a safe, trusting, and supportive environment.”

Katie Depeau

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Washington University in St. Louis; BS, Carthage College

Specialties: Lymphedema treatment, cancer rehabilitation, spine care, orthopedic conditions

Philosophy: “As a therapist, I balance the use of my manual skills with therapeutic exercise to help the patient gain independence in self-managing their symptoms.”

Kelly Gerl

Physical Therapist

Education: MS, UW-Madison

Specialties: LSVT BIG certified for Parkinson's Disease, neurologic diagnoses, vestibular and dizziness, pregnancy and women's health

Philosophy: “Physical therapy is not about exercise. It’s about teaching people how to use their body to move more and move better.”

Kelli Holmes

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW-Madison

Specialties: Outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation, spine team, foot and ankle team, spinal cord injury, post-surgical amputation

Philosophy: “Regaining the ability to move our bodies in which they were designed to move should be the ultimate goal in any rehabilitation program.”

Joshua Holochwost

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Concordia University; BS, Central Michigan University

Specialties: Orthopedic issues including pre and post-surgical shoulders, hips, knees, ankles, neck and spine

Philosophy: “I am a manual based therapist with a hands on approach incorporating mobility, stretching and strengthening exercises for long term management of each patient's care.”

Brittany Vickman

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Carroll College

Specialties: Orthopedic and manual physical therapy

Philosophy: “I strive to perform patient centered physical therapy and care for everyone as I would my sister, mother, or grandparent.”

Bridget Kulick

Physical Therapist

Education: MPT Hahnemann University in Philadelphia

Specialties: Vestibular rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurological conditions, general spine

Philosophy: “I treat my patients as I would like to be treated.”

Elizabeth Lenzner

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science; BS, UW-Madison

Specialties: Orthopedics, pediatrics

Philosophy: “Physical therapy is about improving function through physical activity. I enjoy working with patients to improve their quality of life and helping them reach their goals.”

Ellen Linskens

Physical Therapist

Education: BS, UW-Madison

Specialties: LSVT BIG and PWR certified for Parkinson’s disease, Herdman Certified vestibular rehabilitation, neurological conditions

Philosophy: “I believe in helping patients achieve their goals to return to functional activities.”

Amy Linsmeyer

Spine Physical Therapist

Education: MS, Concordia University

Specialties: Manual treatment of spine and chronic pain, custom molded foot orthotics, post-surgical cancer rehabilitation

Philosophy: “It is important for me to show patients how much they can contribute to managing their pain patterns, helping them to maximize their quality of life and continue doing the activities they enjoy.”

Susan Neuman

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: Outpatient therapy, PWR clinician for Parkinson’s disease

Philosophy: “I strive to give my patients the best therapy experience to achieve their goals and continue their journey toward health and wellness.”

Russell Parker

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Creighton University; BS, UW-Madison

Specialties: Ut melius integre usu, deseruisse consequuntur cu eos

Philosophy: “My goal is to create a healing environment for each patient.”

Marcia Raddatz

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: Neurological conditions, BIG and PWR clinician for Parkinson’s disease

Philosophy: “As a PTA, I work collaboratively with the PT as a team, to provide the most individual program for each person I work with. Everyone has a unique set of circumstances, and I customize a therapy program for each person to maximize function, and get back to doing ‘what makes you happy.’”

Shelly Reznichek

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW - La Crosse

Specialties: Neurology, LSVT BIG certified, CSRS Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS)

Philosophy: I believe that anyone can make improvements and I set goals that matter to the patient. My passion is neuro patients - stroke, spinal cord injury, MS, Parkinson's, but I like to see everyone.

Jonathon Rosploch

Supervisor of Physical Therapy, Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate and BS, Marquette University

Specialties: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, custom molded foot orthotics, manual orthopedic therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue massage

Philosophy: “I strive to treat my patients like I would my family members with the best, most comprehensive care possible.”

Brad Sarder

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Concordia University; BS, Michigan State University

Specialties: Orthopedic and post-surgical rehabilitation, spine, manual therapy

Philosophy: “My treatment philosophy includes a combination of evidence-based manual therapy interventions, along with hands on osteopathic manual medicine techniques for the spine and extremities. These are used in conjunction with therapeutic exercises and patient education to manage their pain and increase quality of life.”

Jessica Sigl

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW-Madison; BS, UW-Platteville

Specialties: General orthopedics with focus on spine care, custom molded foot orthotics, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization

Philosophy: “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” - unknown

Alan Tesoro

Physical Therapist

Education: MS, UW-La Crosse; BS, Montana State University

Specialties: Outpatient orthopedics, post-surgical rehabilitation, and manual therapy

Philosophy: “It is important to be compliant with the home exercise program, in order to decrease the symptoms and make functional gains.”

Stephanie Vandevelde

Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: Associate Degree, NWTC

Specialties: Orthopedic conditions, back pain, neck pain, foot/ankle conditions

Philosophy: “I want every patient to feel heard and to know that I will do all that I can to help them.”

Amber Wisnicky

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, Carroll University; BS, UW-Green Bay

Specialties: Clinical education coordinator, pediatric therapy

Philosophy: “My goal for therapy is help patients return to their normal activities with minimal restrictions and to teach them the tools they will need to maintain their lifestyle after therapy is complete.”

Danielle Yanke

Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate, UW-Madison

Specialties: LSVT BIG certified, orthopedic conditions, neurological conditions, balance and vestibular rehabilitation

Philosophy: “There are many reasons people come to physical therapy. I look forward to getting to learn about you and your goals. That way we can create the best plan and get your specific tool set to having a stronger you.”