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Maggie Henjum, DPT, OCS

Physical Therapist

“I strive to deliver customized care to patients to improve their quality of life and restore healthy living.”


Expertise

  • Spine specialist (neck and low back, acute or chronic in nature)
  • Preventative care and rehabilitation for sports injuries: with special interest in runners, volleyball players and ski/snowboarders
  • Dry needling

Education

  • University of Colorado-Denver: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
  • University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire: Bachelor in Exercise Science, emphasis on Pre-Professional Physical Therapy
  • AAOMPT (EIM): Post-doctoral fellow candidate (FAAOMPT)

Maggie is a dedicated physical therapist with a passion for developing a diverse skill set, knowing the full range of treatment options and having an in-depth knowledge of emerging techniques. She utilizes evidence-based treatments tailored to each patient to elicit optimal outcomes, including: thrust and non-thrust manual therapies, exercise interventions and neuromuscular re-education.  She believes in teaching patients self-management strategies to empower a full recovery.

Maggie earned her undergraduate degree from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in exercise science, with an emphasis on pre-professional physical therapy. After graduation, she attended the University of Colorado-Denver and received her doctorate in physical therapy. Since, Maggie has continued her education by obtaining her orthopedic certified specialist designation. Today, Maggie continues to improve her expertise in the field of physical therapy by excelling in a fellowship through AAOMPT (Evidence in Motion) with an expected graduation date of 2015 with close involvement in research, progression of the field, and a general passion for physical therapy.

When not working diligently to rehabilitate and improve her patients, Maggie enjoys traveling, spending time with her family and staying active with hiking, skiing/snowboarding, volleyball, biking, yoga and running.