HIIT is an acronym that stands for high intensity interval training. It is the one of the more modern principles of exercise science, being applied now more commonly in performance training, rehabilitation after sport-related injury, as well as neurological rehabilitation. HIIT is a means by which the subject, athlete, or patient can […]
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Lacy Classen makes NWRA run efficiently – with a personal touch. She possesses an exceptional attention to detail with a unique combination of a strong work ethic and a heart that cares. Lacy holds a degree as a Medical Office Specialist and, in our minds, could now write a “How-to” manual on it. She is […]
Heidi Parsons joined NWRA in January 2013, quickly providing us with an incredible talent in medical office reception . We appreciate Heidi for her visual media, talents in systems efficiency, knowledge of computer networking, and problem solving. However, we are AMAZED at her consistent smile, temperament in multi-tasking, and the incredible trivia knowledge that she […]
Cora Lundy joined NWRA in July 2014. She is a consistent presence with a calm and welcoming demeanor that we are pleased to host at the Healthy Aging and Neurology site. Additionally, Cora is our lead reception representative to the Capital Manor program in West Salem. Thank you Cora, for caring for those that enter […]
Amanda stepped right in to the Sport, Rehabilitation and Wellness site in May 2015 – serving patients with one of the brightest minds and smiles around. Amanda additionally oversees the OTAGO exercise program operations for fall prevention.
Jessica joined NWRA in a multifaceted role beginning in June 2015, with a mind for finances and a heart for patient care. Jessica welcomes patients at 3270 with a smile-on and has a keen memory for the personal touch that each person deserves.
Mike Studer is the president and co-owner of NWRA. “I am proud of what we have created at NWRA. Our staff includes master clinicians that are exceptional people. It is a pleasure to treat patients alongside them.” Mike has been the vice-president of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Neurology Section and has been chair of […]
Brady’s passion for evidence based medicine is only outweighed by is passion for human beings. He has the rare combination of the ability to listen and the ability to lead clients toward their true potential. Specialist care with a personal touch indeed. Brady has served on national vestibular task forces, participated in podcasts, authored APTA […]
Kelsi Smith, PT, DPT Kelsi completed her doctorate in physical therapy at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine in 2014 and quickly joined the NWRA team. She has an astounding level of maturity, and combines this with a passion for high quality, evidence-based care. Kelsi enjoys working with a variety of patient populations […]