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We understand how frustrating it is to feel trapped by pain and limitations. Our team is here to listen to you and create a treatment plan to get you back to the life you love. Take your first step toward living a pain-free life.
Andover, KS 67002
Services Offered at This Location
- AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill
- Aquatic Therapy
- Balance and Vestibular Therapy
- Chronic/Traumatic Injuries
- Concussion Therapy
- General PT Services
- Hand Therapy
- Manual Physical Therapy
- Neurological Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Parkinson’s Therapy
- Pediatric Therapy
- Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Pre/Post-Operative Therapy
- Sport Rehabilitation
- Women’s Health
- Workers Compensation
Meet the Staff
Ashley Rieschick earned her Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) from Hutchinson Community College. Prior to that, Ashley obtained her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Wichita State University. Ashley is also an ACE Certified Personal Trainer.
In her free time, Ashley enjoys hanging out with family and friends, binge watching The Office, and working out at the gym.
Tad has been practicing outpatient physical therapy for more than a decade now, and he still makes it a point to try and learn something new every day. The majority of his treatment takes place in the orthopedic setting, but he also conducts home health physical therapy visits to treat homebound patients. Tad enjoys spending time with his family and is a massive fan of KU athletics.
- Masters of Physical Therapy from Wichita State University
- BSE in Sports Science from University of Kansas
- ASTYM certified
- Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner
A Nickerson, KS native, Zach is passionate about physical therapy. He understands the important role that movement and mobility play in life. Zach has invested several years learning to be able to pass on his knowledge/skill set to his patients, helping them succeed in regaining mobility or improving their quality of life. Zach enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions in the outpatient setting. He utilizes a hands-on approach while treating patients, paying attention to the entire individual and the body’s function as a whole to attain the patient’s goals. He combines clinical experience, knowledge of current research, and practice concepts to provide the highest quality individualized physical therapy to his patients.
When not treating patients, Zach enjoys traveling and spending time with his friends/family.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Pittsburg State University – 2009
Doctor of Physical Therapy from Wichita State University – 2014
- Musculoskeletal Conditions
- ASTYM Certified Provider
- Kinesio Taping
- Pre/Post-Operative Therapy
- Manual Therapy
- Balance and Fall Risk Reduction
Nicole grew up in the small town of Dwight, Kansas. Prior to PTA school, she worked in banking but felt she was wanting more interaction with people and the ability to help others. Therefore, Nicole went back to school and graduated in 2012 from Washburn University. Nicole’s approach to PT is to develop a relationship with the patient by being honest, respectful, and a good listener. It is important for her to educate her patients so they may reach their full potential.
Outside of work, Nicole enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 children. Together, they enjoy outdoor activities and sports.
- Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Washburn University – 2012
- Pre/Postoperative therapy
- Balance and fall risk education/prevention
Jess has spent the majority of her life in Andover, KS. At an early age, she knew she wanted to pursue a career in health care and fell in love with physical therapy. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science at Wichita State University and went straight on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, recently graduating in 2019. She completed her clinical rotations at a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, and women’s health. She enjoys treating all outpatient cases and has taken a special interest in pelvic floor rehab. In order to treat these cases, she has completed further education through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute. She wants to be able to increase her education for not only her own future but to also help provide a better quality of life for women of all ages.
Jess is passionate about educating her patients in the best way to improve their daily function and quality of life. It is very important to Jess to maintain positive relationships with her patients and she believes this plays a vital part in successful PT treatments. She is excited to continue to grow as a physical therapist and provide the best care possible for her patients and growing community.
When not treating patients, Jess enjoys being with her husband Brady, playing with their two dogs and spending time with their friends and family.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science – Wichita State University, 2016
- Doctor of Physical Therapy – Wichita State University, 2019
- Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute
- Women’s Health / Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Manual Therapy
Hear what other Advanced Physical Therapy patients have to say.
“I feel very comfortable with the wonderful care and attention provided from all of your representatives, especially from my therapist, Josh.” – Rose
“Truly care about the health of their patients. Always have a smile and treat each person with pride and kindness.” – Patricia
“I felt welcomed and valued as a patient.” – Shaina R.
“Excellent staff, timing is always right on, no waiting, very knowledgeable staff and professional. Won’t go anywhere else but this location. Thank you all of you!” – Elizabeth W.
“Everyone there is so friendly and kind! Especially my therapist Becky! She feels like my friend. On top of that, she is good at what she does.” – Ada B.
“Therapists are very attentive to the needs of their patients. Extra care is taken to ensure a healthy and safe environment for professional health that monitors and progresses the ability of the patient.” – Mark Y.
“Quality communication and explanation so you understand the interventions and exercises.” – Rachel G.
“The therapy I received addressed the problems that I was having and provided a set of exercises to continue at home.” – John P.
My pain was very great when I started therapy. The staff was helped me work through the pain. I am thankful my balance has greatly improved and swelling and pain is almost gone completely. I’m thankful I can walk again. Very positive experience for me.
When I came in for my first visit a few days after my surgery my knee bend was only 85º. Now at my last visit my bend is 115º! I am doing stairs almost normally, it is awesome! I am using my stationary bike at home just like I did before.