Special areas of interest:
Geriatrics, balance, core strengthening, hip pain, knee pain, post-op, work conditioning, Parkinson’s
Molly grew up in La Crescent, MN. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. Molly has been a patient herself, requiring physical therapy due to shoulder and running injuries, and is passionate about making sure her patients feel heard and well-cared for throughout the entire rehab process.
Molly has an eye for detail, ensuring that the most basic exercises are done correctly. She values a hands-on approach in order to help patients move forward with optimal movement patterns. Molly is excited to walk alongside patients to restore function and create strategies to maintain improvements made in physical therapy. Through education, exercise, and manual therapy, Molly aims to empower patients to overcome barriers in order to fully participate in everyday activities.
In her free time, Molly enjoys anything involving fresh air (hiking, running, biking, frisbee), spending time with her husband Bryce, reading, trying new recipes in the kitchen, discovering coffee shops, and occasionally picking up her trumpet.
- Location: Eagle Point