Helping you get back to living
Hours: Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm
Physical Therapists diagnose, manage and treat a broad range of injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. Utilizing a variety of medical equipment and modalities, as well as manual skills, the primary goals of physical therapy are to:
- Reduce pain
- Restore mobility
- Improving function
- Rebuild fitness levels
We effectively treat and manage orthopedic issues through a variety of services and programs, including:
- Spine Rehabilitation
- Sports Injury Rehabilitation
- Post-Operative Total Joint Rehabilitation
- Pediatric Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Chronic Pain Management
- Sports Specific Training
- Return to Sport Program
Nick Swanson, DPT, CSMT, ATCDirector of Physical and Hand Therapy
Nick leads a group of talented physical and hand therapists. He loves working with therapists and patients to develop evidence-based care plans that will improve mobility and function.
Rachael Ash, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Rachael believes that Physical Therapy treats more than just the human body - it helps people achieve their goals and aspirations.
Logan Gushiken, DPTPhysical Therapist
Logan believes in the importance of skilled movement prescription and an effortful understanding of every patient’s personal story.
Nathan Kleckner, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Nathan Kleckner is an Iowa native that was drawn to the physical therapy field due to great experiences with therapists during high school and college sports.
Kim Krob, MSPT, CGFIPhysical Therapist
Kim Krob's experience with inpatient and outpatient therapy provides her the expertise to help people with many different conditions.
Marty McDevitt, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Marty McDevitt is passionate about working with his patients to determine the best course of treatment through education and teamwork.
Nicole McDevitt, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Physical therapy helped Nicole McDevitt as a high school athlete return to basketball, and at DMOS, her goal is to assist others striving to return to their functional, work-related, and/or recreational activities.
Brent Mongar, MPTPhysical Therapist
At DMOS, Brent Mongar utilizes a comprehensive treatment approach consisting of education, exercise, hands-on manual therapy and functional movement.
Francis Nguyen, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Francis Nguyen’s desire to help people make a meaningful change in regards to their health and physical well-being led him to pursue his career in the physical therapy profession.
Ginni Peterson, MPTPhysical Therapist
Ginni Peterson brings over 17 years of experience in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. She has a hands-on approach, combining manual therapy with exercise and enjoys having an active role in helping people.
Scott Reents, MPTPhysical Therapist
Scott Reents has experience in general orthopedics and is passionate about providing excellent service throughout the therapy process and watching his patients progress from injury to function.
Alex Reif, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Alex focuses on injury treatment and prevention, with an emphasis on patient education.
Annie Sullivan, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Annie believes physical therapy requires teamwork, and enjoys making patients smile and feel better by providing quality, individualized care.
Daitin Turner, DPT, ATCPhysical Therapist
Daitin Turner loves seeing people getting back to doing what they love and being a part of that process.
Rob VanderLinden, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Rob believes in an individualized approach to treatment by finding different ways to treat each patient.
Allison Van Oort, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
Allison values getting to know patients on a personal level and seeing them achieve their goals while getting back to their prior level of function.
Do I need physical therapy?
If you are having difficulty moving around due to pain, loss of range of motion or decreased strength, you could benefit from working with a physical therapist.
How often should I go to physical therapy?
A typical physician prescription or referral to physical therapy is for a frequency of 2 to 3 times per week. While each individual frequency will vary due to diagnosis and extent of injury or disorder, you can usually count on being asked to attend therapy at this consistency.
How long should physical therapy last?
In general, you should attend physical therapy until you reach your PT goals or until your therapist—and you—decide that your condition is severe enough that your goals need to be re-evaluated. Typically, it takes about 6 to 8 weeks for soft tissue to heal, so your course of PT may last about that long.
What should I wear to therapy?
Loose fitting clothing—shorts for a lower extremity or back injury, short sleeves for upper extremity injuries. Please wear or bring appropriate shoes, i.e. sneakers.
How long does each session last?
Your appointments may last between 30 minutes and one hour. This time depends on your diagnosis and state of progress.
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Therapy at DMOS is a Personalized Approach
Your physical therapy team includes your physician, your therapist, and most importantly, you. Together we work to achieve your goals and gain the maximum functional recovery through a variety of services and programs:
- Exercise Programs
- Custom Fabricated Splints (static and dynamic)
- Gait Training
- Slow Motion Video Analysis
- Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Scar Management
- Therapeutic Modalities
- Return to Work
- Strengthening Programs
- Pain Education
- Orthotic Fittings
- Return to Sport Testing
DMOS Orthopaedic Centers specializes in physical therapy for orthopedic and sports injuries. At DMOS, you can count on receiving the most comprehensive orthopedic care available. With a collaborative approach led by the expertise of our surgeons and supported by our specialty trained Physical Therapists (PTs) and Occupational Therapists (OTs), we will work with you or your loved one to create a plan for getting back to work, play and life.
If pain or injury is keeping you or someone you care about from living a free and purposeful life, don’t wait to see if it will get better over time. Let us show you a science-based and intentional approach to getting back to living through physical therapy.