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Adam Davis


Adam graduated from Marquette University’s Program in Physical Therapy in 1995, and now has over 20 years of experience treating patients full-time ever since. Adam specializes in orthopedic, manual physical therapy, completing the rigorous process of certification as a Functional Manual Therapist (CFMT) by the Institute of Physical Art in 2007. Of over 200,000 licensed physical therapists in the country, fewer than 300 have a certification in Functional Manual Therapy. Additionally, Adam was certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling in 2014 through Myopain Seminars, the most comprehensive dry needling training program available in the United States. Focusing on wellness and fitness has also been an area of personal interest, and he passed the examination for Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) in 2000, through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Adam has worked with Marquette University’s Doctorate Program in Physical Therapy, teaching doctorate students in lab for their Orthopedics class. He was also elected by his peers to serve 2 terms for the local district of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association. He continues to be a member of the WPTA and APTA.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys participating in and training for triathlons. He keeps busy spending time with his wife and their two children.

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Catherine Goldenstein


Catherine graduated from Concordia University Wisconsin with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree after completing a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology.  Much of Catherine's continuing education has been with Institute of Physical Art, where she  daily utilizes the philosophy of emphasizing a comprehensive, whole-body approach to treating functional limitation while returning the body to it's highest optimal capacity.  She has received her certification in Functional Manual Therapy. Catherine is a Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist following training in dry needling techniques with Myopain Seminars. She is enthusiastic to learn about new research that exists in the  orthopedic rehabilitation world and you will find her at a course or conference during many weekends of the year.

Catherine has a background in tennis and enjoys analyzing biomechanics of movement associated with sport of all kinds and is always excited to treat those who share her love for long-distance running.  Not originally from Wisconsin, she enjoys traveling around the country to visit family with her husband.  Beyond that, their two bird dogs keep her moving all year round!


Erin Bellin

Erin brings over 15 years of clinical experience helping people recover from injuries, rehabilitating after surgery and overcoming chronic pain. She attended the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse where she first received a bachelor's degree in psychology then continued her education to achieve a master's degree in physical therapy in 2006. She is passionate about treating patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries, abilities and age ranges, starting from pre-teen through the aging adult. She is dedicated to delivering the best care through a combination of manual therapies and tailored exercise programs to help patients achieve their maximum potential. Erin has a great personality with fun, gentle and direct approach to her treatments.

She has taken extensive continuing education courses in many areas of physical therapy that help her choose the best combination of treatment methods for each patient on an individual basis. Recently Erin has taken courses on treating fitness athletes and older adults.  She has also completed her certification in dry needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy.

During the summer months Erin enjoys gardening, hiking, biking and camping with her husband and two children. When Wisconsin weather doesn’t cooperate, she takes time to enjoy cooking and doing puzzles. She also enjoys running and has completed 8 half marathons. Through her love of running Erin has learned to work through injuries and pain, as well as what it means to set personal goals and achieve success.

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