Nate received his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Concordia University Wisconsin and his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Wisconsin Lutheran College. He is a mentor in the “WPTA” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Professional Development Program. Nate is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, and he is a certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist.
Nate uses his personal background in sports as well as his extensive post graduate coursework and independent study on orthopedic conditions, sports injuries, and complex pain conditions to help his clients achieve their ideal outcome. Nate’s passion is to help empower and educate his patients on how to feel and move better.
He uses many manual therapy approaches including thrust and non-thrust manipulation of the spine and extremities, myofascial release, therapeutic massage, trigger point dry needling, and “IASTM” Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization technique.
Nate utilizes the “SFMA” Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Move2Perform, a cutting-edge computer application synthesizing results of several evidenced-based assessments. Move2Perform is used by many professional, collegiate, and national sports teams as well as the United States Military. Nate is privileged to provide this cutting-edge injury prevention and performance enhancement tool to his clients. He is an expert in therapeutic and corrective exercise.
Nate and his lovely wife, Linzi, are blessed with two amazing children, Evie and Myles. He stays active with basketball and golf.