Physical Therapy & Feldenkrais
Kerri Demitrovic, PT
KD Physical Therapy, PLLC
Key Words: McKenzie Method, back neck
Kerri Demitrovic received her Masters in Physical Therapy from Wichita State University. She sees private physical therapy patients. She is a credentialed McKenzie Diagnosis Therapist (MDT) which is a movement and manual based therapy. She has worked in outpatient orthopedics for over 20 years. In her spare time she enjoys doing yoga, running, biking, and spending time with her family.
Angela Schultz, PT
Family Wellness Physical Therapy
Key Words: babies, prenatal, postpartum, chronic pain, home visits, insurance
At Family Wellness Physical Therapy, PLLC your complex rehabilitation needs are met on an individual level with a nurturing touch. Dr. Angela Schultz, PT has over a decade of experience as a physical therapist, working on multidisciplinary teams in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and school based programs. Therapy is offered in clinic or in your home for rehabilitation needs ranging from common musculoskeletal injuries to various neurological conditions. Angela has a passion for working with the changing bodies of babies, prenatal and postpartum women, and people with chronic pain and conditions. Angela will give you or your child the power to overcome physical struggles and continue on a path to recovery. Your rehabilitation needs will be met with attentive listening, accurate observation, careful assessment, and collaborative planning. Your care at Family Wellness Physical Therapy will bring you and your child to a higher level of physical well being and provide you with tools to maintain your progress.
Patricia Wahl, GCFP
Well Minded Movement
Key Words: Feldenkrais Method, chronic pain, mobility
Patricia Wahl is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais practitioner who has a passion for teaching others how to move their bodies with greater ease. Through use of The Feldenkrais Method®, she has seen people of all ages improve their posture, decrease chronic pain, and overall stress, as well as improve their mobility. Whether teaching in a group setting or individually, she finds that The Method's unique perspective offers a way of teaching one efficient movement that creates long lasting results.
Teaching therapeutic and awareness based exercise for over 20 years, Patricia has worked as a licensed physical therapist assistant in acute and sub-acute care units at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, as well as outpatient centers and in-home physical therapy in Manhattan, New York. Her curiosity about holistic health approaches led her to studies in yoga and meditation, gaining a 500 hour teaching certificate. While residing in Manhattan, she also taught private clients mindful movement and fitness exercise.
With a strong desire to learn more about prevention, treatment and the source of chronic pain, Patricia gained her Feldenkrais Practitioner Certification at The Feldenkrais Institute in Manhattan, NY. She is ever fascinated by the connection between mind and body, as well as our potential for improvement.