Katelyn Bauer, PT, DPT

"Listen to your body, if you experience pain and it continues to worsen with certain movements/activities, you probably shouldn’t be doing it. Do not prolong going to see a doctor when injured, the longer you let an injury go, the longer it takes to get better."

Clinical Interests
Treating patients of all ages, both surgical and non-surgical, especially knee and shoulder injuries

Medical Education
Doctor of Physical Therapy
University of Wisconsin La Crosse — La Crosse, Wisconsin

Advanced Training

  • Graston technique
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Continuing education courses specific to the shoulder, knee, foot/ankle, back

Personal Interests
Playing volleyball and softball, and spending time with my husband, son, and our black lab


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