Caroline Stommes, DPT

"It is exciting to find out what is most important to each patient then developing a plan to help them
return to those activities."

Clinical Interests
Shoulders and swimmers

Medical Education
Doctorate in Physical Therapy
University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, Minnesota

Advanced Training
Graston technique (tool assisted soft tissue mobilization)

Personal Interests
Swimming, skiing, coaching, and traveling

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