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Kaitlin Haider, DPT, LAT, CSCS

Physical Therapist

“I believe in empowering my patients to find strategies to reach their optimal well-being, both physically and mentally. As their physical therapist, I am a resource, guide, motivator and friendly face. My patients are the ones who make the true magic happen.”



  • Pilates based rehabilitation­—comprehensive trained through Balanced Body
  • Posture and core stabilization training
  • Lumbar and pelvic rehabilitation
  • Lower extremity rehabilitation (hip, knee, foot/ankle)
  • Women’s and pelvic health—pre/post partum, diastasis, incontinence
  • Licensed Athletic Trainer—extensive training in athletic injury management and return to sport
  • Running gait analysis
  • Certified strength and conditioning specialist
  • Trigger point dry needling (TDN)
  • Various manual therapy techniques


  • University of Wisconsin, Madison: Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire: Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Graston Technique Certified—instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization

Kaitlin graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She has a strong passion for motivating individuals to live a healthy life. She believes that one’s well-being involves a balance between both the physical body and the mind, and that Pilates is an excellent tool to help connect the two. Kaitlin is involved in Viverant’s eVoution program, where she guides patients through an individualized Pilates-based rehabilitation program, involving specialized equipment such as the Reformer and CoreAlign.

Kaitlin grew up in Onalaska, Wisconsin where she often returns to spend time with family and close friends. She will frequently share her love for her family, fitness, chocolate and the Wisconsin Badgers. Kaitlin enjoys being active and spending time outdoors. Her favorite hobbies include running, Pilates, singing, boating, cooking, and playing with her dog.


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