Michelle Anthony, MPT, CKTP
Michelle graduated from Marquette University with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. She has worked in orthopedic, integrative health and industrial physical therapy settings in Wisconsin, Texas and Kansas. She enjoys helping patients restore motion through identifying daily postures, compensations and altered movement patterns that can contribute to symptoms and conditions. She utilizes manual techniques, fine-tuning biomechanics and patient education as an essential part of her treatments. Her experience in industrial physical therapy includes ergonomic assessments, postural analysis, as well as working with engineers to modify machinery in order reduce and prevent injury. The Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association awarded her for outstanding contribution to the profession within 3 years of graduation. She has personally experienced chronic pain, and attributes her recovery to an integrative, holistic and compassionate approach; she offers the same positive philosophy for her patients. She enjoys treating challenging conditions!
Her interests include spending time with her husband and two young kids, hiking and mountain climbing, 3-D printing, traveling, reading, gardening, playing (learning) tennis, art, piano, and guitar.
- Master’s of Physical Therapy Degree: Marquette University (1999)
- Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Minor in Biomedical Science: Marquette University (1996)
My special training and areas of interest include:
- Level 1 Certified for Blood Flow Restriction by Smart Tools
- Manual Therapy
- Kinesiotaping, Kinesio Taping Association Member
- Patient Education
- Research and Evidence-Based Practice