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Wednesday, May 23 @ 6pm – Bayside

Thursday, May 24 @ 6pm – Cedarburg

SPORT Clinic Physical Therapy | Bayside | Cedarburg | Spine Health

OH! MY ACHING BACK!
What Should I Do?

SPINE HEALTH
ANSWER YES to any of the following?

  • Painful neck or back?
  • Pain travels to arm or back?
  • Can’t sit, stand or walk for long?
  • Can’t sleep well?
  • Exercise too painful?
  • Can’t lift, push or pull?

Join SPORT Clinic owner John Hendrickson, PT and Lindsey Wolf, PT, DPT for a FREE information seminar.

RESEARCH PROVES EARLY EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF BACK OR NECK PAIN BY A PHYSICAL THERAPIST LEADS TO BETTER OUTCOME AT A REDUCED COST.

ACT NOW! RSVP by May 18th (262) 377-8350 • (414) 351-5794
Space is Limited

John Hendrickson

John Hendrickson, PT
Clinic Owner – Director of Physical Therapy

“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.”

John has extensive postgraduate training in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation and injury prevention. John is past president of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association and Private Practice Section of the APTA, and formerly a physical therapy consultant for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Lindsay Wolf

Lindsey Wolf, PT, DPT

Lindsey brings dedicated and varied experience to SPORT Clinic with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Concordia University (2014), and previously a B.S. in Kinesiology, and completed post-graduate work in spinal manipulation. She completed one of her final educational internships at SPORT Clinic and joined the team shortly thereafter. Lindsey has worked as a personal trainer and exercise consultant and is especially skilled in the area of orthopedics and exercise.

She is a member of APTA and WPTA, an APTA Certified Clinical Instructor, and a member of the APTA Orthopedic Section, and will soon test to become an APTA Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.

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