Diane Ping

Diane Ping is a graduate of Winona State University of Minnesota. She graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health Sciences. For three years, she worked with high school, amateur, and professional athletes at Gundersen Lutheran Sports Medicine Clinic and coached high school volleyball.

In 2000, Diane graduated from Carroll College of Waukesha, WI with a Masters of Physical Therapy degree. Her personal interest in athletics and sports medicine complements her strong orthopedic/manual approach to treating the whole patient. Diane was a lab assistant for the Physical Therapy department at Carroll College in the area of biomechanics, applied physiology, and patient management.

She is trained in the treatment of osteoporosis and is pursuing continuing education for osteopathic treatment of the spine. Diane has enjoyed working with Freedom’s diverse clientele since 2001.

She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Diane’s personal interests include cooking, gardening, and volleyball.