Breanne Geipel graduated from Concordia University Wisconsin with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is also a certified Athletic Trainer. Bre has continued her education through an Orthopedic Residency program offered by Concordia University, where she had specialized instruction in treating more complex and advanced Orthopedic cases. The Orthopedic Residency consisted of a rigorous yearlong program in which she studied under an experienced and highly skilled mentor, learning and mastering advanced evaluation and manual therapy techniques. This includes joint mobilizations and manipulations for all body regions. During that time she also conducted research regarding low back pain, and she assisted in teaching several physical therapy courses on campus including the Sports Medicine elective.
Bre is very passionate about providing hands-on care for every patient she works with. She treats patients of all ages to help them return to the highest level of function possible while promoting an active lifestyle. Bre’s training emphasizes the use of manual therapy techniques to improve joint and tissue mobility, in addition to corrective exercises specific and unique to the individual’s needs. Her background in athletic training also allows her to work with a wide variety of athletes, providing high level, sport-specific exercises to help each athlete meet his or her competitive goals.
Bre has been involved in sports her whole life. While attending Concordia University, she played on the softball and lacrosse teams. She also had the opportunity to work with a variety of sports teams on campus, including the men’s wrestling and women’s hockey teams.
Outside of the clinic, Bre enjoys staying active through recreational biking, hiking, and playing slow-pitch softball. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends and attending local festivals and concerts.