Physical Therapy

What you can expect

On your first visit, we will evaluate you, request your detailed history, and want to learn where you hurt. This is done one-on-one with your therapist, in a private room and will last at least 45 minutes. If you are in pain, we will want to address this first.

If you suffer from:

  • back pain
  • difficulty moving
  • balance problems
  • difficulty walking
  • dizziness
  • loss of mobility
  • heart disease
  • cerebral vascular disease
  • incontinence
  • osteoporosis
  • arthritis
  • feet pain that need orthotics
  • lymphedema

We can help!

Your relationship with your therapist is very important. Let us know if you prefer a male or female therapist. We will see you and spend much more time with you than your doctor or any other health practitioner does. This is what makes our approach to physical therapy so successful. The knowledge we gain from listening to you at each visit guides us to hone in on why you are in pain or having difficulty with certain movements.

We will set goals with you, such as ‘I want to be able to play on the floor with my grandkids’ or ‘I want to be able to do a triathlon’, or ‘I want to pick up my cup of coffee without pain’. All of our therapists get great joy in helping you accomplish the things that will make your life richer, more active, and pain free.


We invite you to come in and meet us and interview us. Your therapist is your choice and we want you to choose us. No question is silly. We know all that we can do for you, but we don’t expect that you do. Physical therapy is for so many different ailments that it may surprise you.

We also have therapists that have specialized in: women’s health, lymphedema, balance and falling problems, back pain, hands, kids and much more.

Our Physical Therapists

Wendolyn Rue PT, CLT, MLD/C
Dawna Giem DPT, PRPC
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Nathan Demos. DPT
Kelly Ely, DPT
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Fantastic experience! Wendy is so professional yet very personable. She truly listens to your concerns and addresses your needs. When I came to Wendy, after my car accident, I was just out of my wheelchair and began using a walker, progressed to a cane and then began walking independently. She gave me exercises to do at home as well. I have regained my strength and once again feel comfortable walking.

Deborah C.

June 2020