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The Real Therapists of Vitality: Danielle Duley

The Real Therapists of Vitality: Danielle Duley

Once in awhile, we like to turn the tables on the Vitality team to give you a peek inside the lives of the real women who help our patients each and every day. Because, isn’t it refreshing to know more about your doctor than where they studied or how many degrees they earned? Today, we’re chatting with our very own Danielle Duley: Adventure-seeker, history buff, and, wait for it...a Green Bay Packers fan. She also happens to be a phenomenal women’s health and orthopedic PT and we are so grateful that she chose to join the Vitality team.


The Real Therapists of Vitality: Christi Christian, Mom on a Mission

The Real Therapists of Vitality: Christi Christian, Mom on a Mission

Hopefully you’ve been following our blog each Wednesday and have had a chance to reintroduce yourself to our owners and meet our newest staff. It's time to help you get to know the veterans on our team. This is your chance to get to know the Vitality team and the stories behind all those years of experience, the real-world learning that came with those degrees and certifications, and everything in-between, including our top mom tips for the communities we live and work in.


The Real Therapists of Vitality: Jennifer Sergeant Hungate, Vitality Visionary

The Real Therapists of Vitality: Jennifer Sergeant Hungate,  Vitality Visionary

Occasionally, we like to turn the tables on the Vitality team to give you a peek inside the lives of the real women who help our patients each and every day. Because, isn’t it refreshing to know more about your doctor than where they studied or how many degrees they earned? This is your chance to get to know us and the stories behind all those years of experience, the real-world learning that came with those degrees and certifications, and everything in-between, including our top mom tips for the communities we live and work in.


The Real Therapists of Vitality: Amy Pawlik, Super PT

The Real Therapists of Vitality: Amy Pawlik,  Super PT

Over the next few months, we’ll be featuring our very own physical therapists on our blog. Why? Because we get how awkward it can be to meet us for the first time and have to describe what you’re experiencing how vulnerable you feel when you admit that it hurts during sex or how embarrassing it is to concede that you need a diaper more than your 2 yearolddaugher. Visiting a physical therapist that specializes in women’s health is so personal that you should absolutely know more about who’s going to be treating you other than the fact that they have 20 years of experience, wrote a book with words you can’t pronounce, and have a lot of letters behind their name. That’s why we’re turning the tables on the women of Vitality. Here’s your chance to get to know us and the stories behind all those years of experience, the realworld learning that came with those degrees and certifications, and everything inbetween, including our top Mom tips for the communities we live and work in.

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Why women need physical therapy as much as we need wine

Why women need physical therapy as much as we need wine

I know, I know. You’re probably thinking, “Physical therapy? I’m not injured so I don’t NEED physical therapy. But, wine, on the other hand, is my “me” time. I NEED my wine.”


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