John Hendrickson, PT
"I was inspired to become a physical therapist when I was a young boy as I watched my brother go through physical therapy to recover from a serious, life-changing accident. I knew I had chosen the right path because physical therapy incorporated exercise and manual therapy - hands-on care - to help people overcome pain and loss of function.
"I started the Clinic in1984 so that physicians could refer patients directly to my Clinic for physical therapy. The practice has evolved and the entire SPORT staff shares this philosophy and dedication to helping others. I hope you'll give us the opportunity to be your physical therapist."
John is a 1978 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with extensive postgraduate training in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation as well as injury prevention. John is past president of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association and Private Practice Section of the APTA. He is currently a physical therapy consultant for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Erin Woody, PT, DPT
Erin earned her Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009 from Concordia University in Mequon, WI, and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. Previous clinical experiences include inpatient care at Froedtert Hospital, and outpatient treatment at Aurora St. Luke's Hospital and Aurora Sports Medicine Institute. Erin played collegiate basketball, was Assistant Coach of Homestead H.S. basketball and maintains an active lifestyle. Using these life experiences she focuses on each patient's unique condition and goals to create an individualized program to attain long-term results.
Lindsey Wolf, PT, DPT
Bio To Come
Nicki Bennett, PTA
Nicki earned her Bachelor of Science-Kinesiology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Milwaukee Area Technical College. While pursuing her undergraduate studies she worked as a fitness specialist at a local fitness center where she discovered her passion for health and wellness. She also worked as a physical therapy aide and as an intern at SPORT Clinic PT. These experiences served to reinforce her desire to pursue a career in physical therapy."I love getting to know my patients and creating a relationship with them. I hope to continue my education and become a more proficient functional hands-on manual therapist through the Institute of Physical Arts.
Now Offering: Independent Massage Therapy
Bonnie graduated from the Wisconsin School of Massage therapy in 2015. She worked as a massage therapist at Massage Envy and Sussex Chiropractic as well as operated a small mobile massage business. She is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (AMBP). In particular, she is passionate about the benefits of relaxation, therapeutic, and hot stone massage as well as myofascial release, and trigger point therapy.
"I love being a licensed massage therapist," says Bonnie. "Helping people relieve their pain and relax is my passion."
Bonnie offers massage appointments at SPORT Clinic PT in Bayside on Thursdays from 1-5 p.m.
Call 608.556.7776 or e-mail bodywork by firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment!
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