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William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

 

Find Your Physical Therapy Provider

Beth B., Physical Therapist.

Beth B., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Practice Philosophy:  My practice philosophy is to provide each Veteran with a physical therapy program centered around his/her specific needs and goals.

Specialties:  Medical and Surgical Inpatient Care



Colleen H., Physical Therapist. 

Colleen H., Physical Therapist

School:  Andrews University

Practice Philosophy:  I’ve seen Veterans work hard to overcome tough situations to reach their goals and I feel privileged to be a part of that team. Through the PT/Veteran partnership, I listen, evaluate and work with my patients to set achievable goals. The foundation of my work is my skill and experience, which I bring to each therapy session; however goals are typically achieved through work at home. I rely on the patient to take responsibility and integrate into their lives the education and treatment program we have established together.

Specialties:  Falls prevention, Diabetic Foot Management, Inpatient Care
 

David R., Physical Therapist. 

David R., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Iowa

Practice Philosophy:  The University of Iowa program in Physical Therapy in Iowa City initiated my work in 1974…and provided a foundation for the on-going and progressive education and orientation to the issues, needs, methods and maximum potential outcome in assisting individuals with neuromuscular problems and deficits. Movement skills advance on a neuro-sensory foundation, and this sensory based motor system that gives us our daily activity and skills, deserves to be attended to, understood, and honed across the lifespan, as we may accumulate injury, and recover from illness. As a human developmentalist, I believe that every stage of life has its challenges, problems, and milestones; addressing these realistically and head-on as we age, maintains and develops our health, integrates an understanding of our lives, and shows us how to live it.

Specialties:  Neuro-sensory Orthopedics

Dessa G., Physical Therapist.

Dessa G., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Practice Philosophy:  My goal in providing care to our Veterans is to offer individualized, compassionate care, working in conjunction with an interdisciplinary team to foster improved physical function, maximizing quality of life.

Specialties: Orthopedic, Medical and Surgical Inpatient Care



Don M., Physical Therapist.

Don M., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Practice Philosophy:  What I enjoy about being a physical therapist is the opportunity to spend time listening to and evaluating people’s concerns and impairments then using a variety of individualized hands on and active treatments to reduce their symptoms. In addition to this, I focus a lot on education helping people to better understand their bodies and empowering them to manage/reduce dysfunction in order to have a healthier and happier life.

Specialties:  Manual Therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation

Jamie M., Physical Therapist. 

Jamie M., Physical Therapist

School:  College of St. Scholastica

Practice Philosophy:  I see my role as working with Veterans to find a way to maximize their function.

Specialties:  Certified Strength & Conditioning  Specialist (CSCS)




Jason T., Physical Therapist Assistant. 

Jason T., Physical Therapist Assistant

School:  Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Practice Philosophy:  My goal is to serve our Veteran population by promoting a healthy lifestyle, improve/maintain their level of activity and to help them independently manage acute and/or chronic ailments. Through exercise and education I hope to encourage and enable Veterans to lead a more productive lifestyle.

Specialties:  Amputee Care, Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Orthopedics

Jim C., Physical Therapist. 

Jim C., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Practice Philosophy:  My goal in providing care to our Veterans is to create a pathway for them to understand how to manage and function with whatever condition they may have. My long term goal would be to have the Veteran become their own expert in managing their health.

Specialties:  Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Vestibular Rehabilitation


Kathy R., Physical Therapist. 

Kathy R., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Practice Philosophy:  My goal, in providing care to our country’s Veterans, is not only to assist in resolving their current symptoms, but also to provide tools, insights and strategies that will lead to enhanced function and decreased episodes of symptoms on a long-term basis.

Specialties:  Amputee Care, Diabetic Foot Management


Mary J., Physical Therapist Assistant. 

Mary J., Physical Therapist Assistant

School:  Western Wisconsin Technical College

Practice Philosophy:  My goal is to assist Veterans in maximizing their functional ability levels.

Specialties:  Cardiac, Orthopedic and Medical and Surgical Inpatient Care




Pam B., Physical Therapist. 

Pam B., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Practice Philosophy:  My goal is to take a Veteran-centered approach to functional rehabilitation by developing a partnership with each client, assisting them in reaching their physical therapy goals, and enhancing their quality of life.

Specialties:  Athletic Trainer, Certified


Sue C., Physical Therapist. 

Sue C., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Iowa

Practice Philosophy:  To provide quality inpatient care as part of an interdisciplinary team while considering the special needs of our Veterans.

Specialties:  Geriatrics



Tim E., Physical Therapist. 

Tim E., Physical Therapist

School:  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Practice Philosophy:  I believe that every Veteran has potential to meet his or her personal physical/rehab goals. What is often missing is accountability to one's own healthcare and a good understanding of how to navigate a path to successfully reach those goals. Therefore, patient education is an important part of my treatment philosophy. If a patient understands what their diagnosis is, it becomes much easier for them to successfully treat it. I also enjoy the personal interactions that I have with each Veteran and look forward to serving those who served this country.

Specialties:  Manual therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation

 

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