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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.
Meet the Staff
Kayla has worked in the outpatient setting since graduating from school in 2009. She specializes in oncology rehab, lymphedema, and treating patients with vestibular dysfunctions. She continues to treat general orthopedic injuries as well, and she focuses her treatment with comprehensive manual therapy techniques and correcting muscle imbalances. Whether a patient is recovering from a breast cancer diagnosis, back pain, a knee injury, or a balance problem, she recognizes the need for compassion and one-on-one attention with all patients. As a collegiate athlete, Kayla also understands the importance of getting a patient back to his/her sport (or the game of life) quickly and pain-free.
- Bachelor of Science degree from Emporia State University 2006
- Doctor of Physical Therapy from The University of Kansas Medical Center in 2009
- Certified Lymphedema Therapist
- Oncology Rehabilitation Specialist
- Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapist
- Dry Needling—Level 2
- Manual Therapy
- Chronic/Traumatic Injuries
- Pre/Post Op Therapy
- Worker’s Compensation
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Dry Needling – Level 2
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
Brenna graduated in 2013 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology that she obtained from Wichita State University. She has been working for Advanced Physical Therapy since graduating from PT school. She always knew during school that she wanted to work with different types of patients, but she did not discover her true calling until she started working for this company. She has obtained multiple certifications in pelvic floor rehabilitation, which includes men’s and women’s pelvic health, incontinence control, pre- and postnatal care, and treatment of various pelvic pain disorders. She finds that working with this population can be very rewarding, and she greatly enjoys educating patients on how to care for themselves to improve their quality of life. In her down time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, going to the movies, swimming, and spending time at the various lakes
- Graduated in 2013 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Wichita State University
- ASTYM certified
- Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Urinary Incontinence and Frequency
- Pelvic Pain
- Pain associated with pregnancy
- Pain associated with postpartum
Madison’s love for physical therapy began after a knee injury in high school. After that, she pursued her career by attending Wichita state where she received her Bachelor’s in Exercise Science with a minor in Pre-Physical Therapy and a Certificate in Leadership. Her and her husband have two young boys who keep their lives busy yet so fulfilled. Madison’s family owns a karate school in Derby that they spend most of their evening at during the weekdays.
In her free time, Madison enjoys taking her boys and their two dogs on adventures, working out and coaching youth soccer.
- Wichita State University – 2017
- Bachelor’s in Exercise Science
- Hutchinson Community College – 2020
- Associates of Applied Science – Physical Therapist Assistant
- Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
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.