Treating Neck and Shoulder Pain, Sports Injuries, and more

Inline with our comprehensive approach, our therapists work closely with all providers to coordinate care ensuring the best patient-centered treatment.

Our therapists excel in the treatment of spine and neurological disorders. They’re all specially trained in mechanical spine evaluation and movement training for progressive neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease. Several therapists also have exceptional training in the treatment of inner ear and vestibular disorders, such as BPPV.

Conditions treated include:

  • Spine and Nerve Pain
  • Disc Herniation
  • Balance Disorders
  • Neuromuscular and Neurological Disorders
  • Difficulty Walking
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Dizziness, Vertigo, BPPV
  • Headaches
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Sports, Work and Personal Injuries
Brianne M. Wienkers, DPT

Brianne M. Wienkers, DPT

Physical Therapist

Dan Dahle, MSPT, LAT

Dan Dahle, MSPT, LAT

Physical Therapist Meet Dan

Jenna M. Kadlec, PT

Jenna M. Kadlec, PT

Physical Therapist Meet Jenna

Kimberly R. Karrmann, PT

Kimberly R. Karrmann, PT

Physical Therapist Meet Kimberly

Kristen L. Musser, DPT

Kristen L. Musser, DPT

Physical Therapist Meet Kristen

David W. Neuenfeldt, DPT, GCS, OCS, MSCS, NCS

David W. Neuenfeldt, DPT, GCS, OCS, MSCS, NCS

Physical Therapist Meet David

Rebecca Van Heuklon, DPT

Rebecca Van Heuklon, DPT

Physical Therapist

Sandra L. Walters, PT, MPH

Sandra L. Walters, PT, MPH

Physical Therapist Meet Sandra

Functionalized Individual Training (FIT)

FIT is a program developed for patients with Parkinson Disease. The program was created by the therapists at Neuroscience after working with the BIG program and wanting a more patient-specific approach for the treatment of Parkinson movement concerns.

The FIT program incorporates movement strategies and balance training to improve quality of walking, movement and life from day one onward. The goal of this program is to transition patients into a maintenance and prevention program to help them manage the natural progression of Parkinson’s Disease.