Anne Nord

Occupational Therapist
Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner

Anne’s treatment specialties include upper extremity orthopedic injuries, overhead athlete rehabilitation, pain management (chronic and acute), lymphedema management, ergonomic and industrial rehabilitation and consultation, and craniosacral therapy (often used for support with: headache/migraine management, TMJ treatment, fibromyalgia/pain management, hormonal imbalance, autoimmune dysfunction, digestive disorders, anxiety/stress/depression, and concentration challenges).

In addition to treating with a hands-on, manual therapy emphasis, she believes in an integrative, holistic approach to patient care. Her methods look at the numerous factors contributing to patients’ primary symptoms and complaints which leads to healing at both superficial and deep levels.

She received her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Concordia University-Wisconsin in 2008, where her educational clinical work focused on hand therapy and recovery, as well as lymphatic management and ergonomic consultation. She is currently an Adjunct Faculty Member at Concordia University-WI, instructing graduate students in the Master’s Studies of Rehabilitative Science program.

She completed the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine certification process for the upper quadrant in 2014. She is certified in ErgoScience for performing functional capacity evaluations. Additionally, she is working toward taking the board exam to become a Certified Hand Therapist.

Her professional affiliations include the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association.