Kathy & Carrie share a treatment philosophy of holistic and individualized care, emphasizing collaboration with each client to determine an optimal plan. We have come together to enhance the way clients can seek direct access physical therapy care to achieve health and wellness goals.
Kathy Molitor Simon, PT
Trained at UW-Lacrosse, Kathy has 38 years of experience in treating orthopedic physical therapy diagnoses of all types and has a special interest and expertise in treating lower extremity problems.
Carrie Truebenbach, PT, DPT, MS, OCS
Carrie’s 20+ year career has included clinical orthopedic practice, as well as an academic position at a professional DPT program. Carrie’s clinical practice has included specialty work with endurance athletes, as well as professional dancers. Carrie has held a board-certified specialist designation (OCS) from the American Physical Therapy Association since 2003. As a physical therapy provider, Carrie seeks to motivate clients to unlock their movement and health potential.
Below are some of the key types of services we provide at Synchrony PT
- The initial step for all of our services
This includes a thorough discussion of your condition and prior history
We will take measures of your movement, muscle function, and posture to help determine what services will be most beneficial to you
We also use the evaluation process to help you prevent an injury- especially to help you get ready to undertake a new physical activity or endeavor
- A form of skilled treatment
This includes joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization (similar to massage). These procedures help to improve ease of movement for joints and the supporting muscles.
- A form of skilled treatment
Individualized exercise development, instruction, and progression. All prescribed exercises will be provided to you with accompanying video and written instructions.
Professional Advice and Consulting
*Can be provided for individuals or groups
Ergonomic or Mechanics Assessment and advice- may be related to work or sport activity
Training Consultation- variable options available, some examples:
Review and modification of training programs for new activities or return to activity following an injury
Program review/development for individuals or small groups with similar wellness or sport goals
Advisement regarding proper footwear for a selected activity (for example running shoe selection)
Foot orthoses assessment and advisement
Packages & Programs
Current special rates and programs at Synchrony PT
Health & Movement Screen
- 80 minute 1:1 session to review your health history and screen your movement system for any impairments in strength, flexibility, posture, balance, or movement mechanics.
-Individualized exercise and education will be provided according to the findings.
*These sessions are perfect for anyone hoping to receive personalized information and recommendations related to injury prevention, and how to best maintain or improve their daily physical function and performance.
Yearly Healthy Movement Membership
Invest in your health and your goals!
This programming includes a Health & Movement Screen along with follow-up sessions dedicated to keeping you on track and advancing your progress toward your goals.
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