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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.
Haysville, KS 67060
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
Jessica is from Winfield, KS and has worked in the outpatient setting since graduating from WSU’s Physical Therapy Graduate program in 2012. She specializes in pre/post-operative therapy, sports rehabilitation, and pediatrics. In addition, she treats general orthopedic conditions and incorporates manual therapy techniques into treatment. She works with the patient and/or caregiver to ensure the best treatment approach to allow the patient to return to their optimal function. Jessica enjoys time spent with her family and friends. She also enjoys being outside, fishing, kayaking and traveling.
- Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Wichita State University in 2008
- Doctor of Physical Therapy from Wichita State University in 2012Focus
- ASTYM certified
- Certified Manual Physical Therapist
- Dry Needling – Level 1
- Running Rehab Specialist
- Post-operative PT
- Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation
- Manual therapy
Outside of work, Tricia really enjoys running, yoga, and watching my children in various sporting events. “The environment at Haysville Advanced Physical Therapy is so welcoming and non-intimidating that it’s easy for people to relax and feel at home,” Tricia says. Her main goal with patients is to help them return to their previous level of function or better. She also really enjoys the relationships that are formed with the patients.
- Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Wichita State University 1990
- ASTYM certified
- Certified in pre-employment screening
- Geriatric population
- Rehabbing reconditioned patients
Aaron enjoys spending time with family & friends, reading, and exercising. Although he enjoys a variety of books like novels or books about health & nutrition, his favorite types of books to read are philosophy & theology. Aaron also trains to compete in track & field and also powerlifting competitions. He says he likes to have some competition to motivate him to always better himself. He has been married to his wife Riley since 2013 & they welcomed their first child, Augustine “Augie” in 2014.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Wichita State University in 2013
- Doctor of Physical Therapy from Wichita State University in 2017
As a child, Amy grew up playing many sports but decided to pursue basketball in high school. Freshman year she suffered an ACL tear in her right knee and completed nine months of PT. Almost a year later, she sustained a left ACL tear and repeated another round of PT. With the motivation and positive influence of her physical therapists, she was able to return to basketball for her junior and senior seasons. It was after her second round of PT that she realized that PT was the right career for her. Helping individuals achieve their goals has proven to be very rewarding for her. Witnessing athletes return to their prior level of competition or watching an individual demonstrate the ability to complete rigorous activities is very gratifying. Amy states that she loves having the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life, even if the reward is small.
- Bachelor of Science in Education in Health, Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Kansas in 2009
- Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rockhurst University in 2012
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Manual Therapy
- Worker’s Compensation
Brandon relocated to Wichita in 2014 with plans to attend Wichita State University’s DPT program. He met his wife, Erika, that year and got married in 2015. He was then accepted into the program in 2016. A year later, they welcomed their son, Bryant, into the world. In 2018, they added a third dog to the mix and moved for the third time in three years – titling their home “The Zoo” – because a real zoo’s got nothing on a toddler and three dogs! In 2019, Brandon graduated from Wichita State University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and the adventure continues.
He loves being able to take the extra time with his patients to get to the bottom of what their pathology is and how he can help them get back to doing the things they love. He’s had several clinical rotations that have helped him improve his manual therapy skills, which is one of his favorite aspects of PT. Brandon believes the best way to help a person return to enjoying everyday life is by first listening to them, then educating them on how physical therapy can help, followed by giving them the tools they need and empowering them to succeed. Outside of physical therapy, he loves spending time with his wife and son, walking their dogs, and working on projects around the house.
- University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Bachelor’s Degree in Health Education & Promotion
- Wichita State University, Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2019
As a life-long athlete with little regard for his own injury prevention, it seemed inevitable that Ross would end up in therapy – his path was less clear. First majoring in education before moving on to establish a career, and business, in marketing was eventful, but his passion laid with people, not pay. After spending months working to find his dream career, a serendipitous elbow break would lead to a summer in a PT clinic. From there it was clear.
With a passion for helping people, Ross’ focus and strength shines brightest when working on helping people’s body and mind to believe in the therapeutic process. For him, being able to tie a ponytail is just as exciting as an athlete’s first run post injury – life is a joy, and he works hard to get you past your injury and back to enjoying it! Ross spends his extra time running around on the soccer field or exploring the local gastronomic scene of Wichita with his wife, Codie. The two of them love travel and new adventures but look forward to welcoming their newest adventure in 2021.
- Hutchinson Community College – 2020
- Associates of Applied Science in Physical Therapy Assistant
- Wichita State University – 2014
- Bachelor of Arts in Education
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.