Michelle Landsverk


Physical Therapist

Phone Number: (920) 729-2982
Locations Served: Appleton

Since 2001, Michelle has been in the practice of caring for women. It was the experience of being a patient during pregnancy that sparked her interest in women's health. From labor, delivery, and the postpartum stages, Michelle found that she had a passion for attending to the special needs of the female patient.

Michelle's expertise in orthopedics has made the transition to women's health quite natural. Her training began at Marquette University where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy in 1995. Since then, she has completed the osteopathic series of continuing education through Michigan State University, and she has attended several conferences on women's health. Michelle also graduated with her Physical Therapy Doctorate (DPT) from Concordia University of Wisconsin in 2008.

Michelle's special interests include the pregnant client and pelvic pain.

Michelle lives in Appleton with her husband, Joel, and their family. Together they enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including cycling, skiing, and fishing.



Memberships:

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association (WPTA)

APTA Section on Women's Health (SOWH)

"The patients that really, really inspire me to do my job are the patients that I might see a few times and then they will come back for a follow-up visit and they will say, "You didnt' give up on me ... you let me know that I can go do things despite my pain, despite troubles I've had in the past ... that my goals are not unreasonable and I can go achieve them."

They finally feel a little bit lighter, a little bit better, a little bit something that they did not before ... that's a big deal.
"The patients that really, really inspire me to do my job are the patients that I might see a few times and then they will come back for a follow-up visit and they will say, "You didnt' give up on me ... you let me know that I can go do things despite my pain, despite troubles I've had in the past ... that my goals are not unreasonable and I can go achieve them."

They finally feel a little bit lighter, a little bit better, a little bit something that they did not before ... that's a big deal.