Andrea received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse in 2013 and her doctorate of physical therapy from Concordia University of Wisconsin in 2016. She received her trigger point dry needling certification from Myopain Seminars in August 2018. She examines the whole person, not just the specific diagnosis to better provide comprehensive care. Andrea incorporates manual therapy in combination with exercise and education to treat spine and orthopedic conditions. She enjoys working with a variety of patients and has a passion for working with patients who are motivated as well as overhead athletes and the pediatric population.
In her free time, Andrea enjoys spending time with her husband and family doing anything active outdoors, playing tennis and golf, biking, or playing a competitive board game. She also loves to root for the Green Bay Packers!
Concordia University of Wisconsin: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
University of Wisconsin, La Crosse: Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Sport Science