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Meet the Staff
Lisa has over 14 years of experience in the orthopedic setting. Before coming to Advanced Physical Therapy, Lisa worked with a well-known orthopedic surgeon group working closely with patients, pre and post surgery. Before becoming a physical therapist, Lisa was a 7th grade science and physical education teacher, as well as head volleyball coach at Truesdell Middle School. Lisa explains that the experience of teaching and coaching helps her relate to her patients, seeing as physical therapy requires relating to the patient and teaching and motivating them to reach their maximum potential. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family, loves outdoor activities including bike riding, hiking and water sports, and does her best at golf, although she admits that she is still in the learning phase!
- Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Wichita State University
- Master of Physical Therapy from Wichita State University
- ASTYM certified
- Kinesio Taping
- Manual Therapy
- Sports Medicine
- Shoulder Rehabilitation
- Knee Rehabilitation
- Pre and Post Orthopedic Therapy
Caleb grew up in Arlington, Texas in a family that always valued health, physical activity, and staying active. He first became interested in physical therapy while working at a local running shoe store in his hometown. It was there that he first began helping people that were in pain get back to what they loved to do. It was there that Caleb knew that he wanted to continue to help people be the healthiest version of themselves, so he went to Oklahoma Baptist University where he began the path to become a physical therapist.
During his time at OBU, he was a four year college athlete and he competed at a national level in cross country as well as indoor and outdoor track. His time as an athlete shaped him as a therapist and allowed him to understand the physical, mental, and daily grind required by college athletic competition. He sustained a year long injury his senior year of college that kept him from competing for an entire year. It was this experience that has given him a passion to serve high school and college athletes by working to make them stronger, faster, and keep them in the game.
After OBU, Caleb went to physical therapy school at Washington University in St. Louis where he continued to grow in his understanding of the human body and the human movement system.
During his years in physical therapy school, Caleb participated actively in research that was presented at the annual physical therapy conference each year. He also learned to analyze human movement and how to correct the deficits that can contribute to injuries both in the acute and chronic stages of injury. This knowledge was applied daily as he worked as a strength coach and Head Coach for the Triathlon team at Washington University in St. Louis where he coached between 20-30 athletes to USA Triathlon nationals each year. Caleb graduated with his doctor of physical therapy degree in May of 2019.
When it comes to working with patients in the clinic, Caleb focuses on the patient’s individual goals and helps his patients improve their overall health during their course of treatment. He believes strongly in the power of a healthy lifestyle and regularly encourages his patients to do the little things that will help them heal from their specific injury as well as establish lifelong habits to improve their health. Caleb has a HUGE passion for working with adolescent and college athletes because he understands the level of commitment and time it takes to be successful. He enjoys working with local high schools, coaches, athletic trainers, and parents to develop a holistic team approach to ensure a great return to sport outcome. Caleb’s goal for all of his patients is to help them restore precise movement patterns and improve their overall health so that they are able to live their life to the fullest capacity that they can.
In his spare time, Caleb likes to spend time running, cycling, competing in triathlons, and spending time with his wife, Audrey, and dog, Willow. They are avid Kansas Jayhawk fans and enjoy cheering on KU basketball.
- Oklahoma Baptist University – 2015
- Bachelor of Science in Pre-Allied Health and Rehab Science
- Washington University, St. Louis – 2019
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength and Conditioning Association
- Sports Rehab and Performance
- Pre and Post Operative Therapy
- Running Related Injuries
- Movement System Specialist
- Injury Risk Reduction
Mindy is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, APTA Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Section, and Kansas Physical Therapy Association. She has previously been a part of the Admissions Committee for WSU’s Physical Therapy program. Outside of the clinic, Mindy and her husband, Luke, enjoy spending time with their little girl, Ella. Her hobbies include visiting with family and friends, riding horses, going to the lake, and KSU football. Mindy states, “I feel that I am a more exercise based therapist, using manual skills when appropriate. I enjoy helping patients to recover to their full potential.”
- Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Kansas State University in 2001
- Masters of Physical Therapy degree from Wichita State University in 2003
- McKenzie Lumbar Spine Course completed August 2004
- APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor – February 2005
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
- Aquatic rehabilitation
- Pediatric PT
Monica was born and raised in the Wichita/Derby area with her seven siblings and is excited to be working in Wichita. She has always had a passion for meeting and helping people, and fell in love with physical therapy when she was shadowing at clinics and hospitals around Wichita. Becoming a physical therapy assistant has allowed Monica to nurture her passion for caring and interacting with patients, as well as her interests in human anatomy and science.
Monica is very patient-focused while treating her patients and is always seeking ways to improve patient care. She believes in the team approach and can often be found talking with a PT or PTA between treatments.
When not working, Monica enjoys spending time with her family; being outdoors: hiking, fishing, or walking; reading; watching movies; and furthering her education in patient care and physical therapy.
- Associates of Applied Science for Physical Therapy Assistant from Hutchinson Community College in 2016
- Associates of Science Liberal Arts from Butler Community College in 2015
Jeremy is from Fowler in Southwest Kansas and enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and friends. He also enjoys reading, cooking/grilling, staying up to date with current research, and watching sports/TV shows. Jeremy enjoys WSU basketball and OU football and is active in his church. Jeremy recently participated in a medical mission trip to Haiti where he provided physical therapy to Haitians who are medically underserved. One of Jeremy’s main passions in physical therapy is treating patients who have experienced chronic pain using pain neuroscience education (PNE), which essentially teaches patients what pain is, why we have it, and how it works. PNE promotes understanding, healthy pain-related behavior, and improved function. Jeremy would like to continue to pursue an education in PNE and manual therapy to help his patients to the best of his ability.
- Wichita State University, B.A. in Exercise Science, 2015
- Wichita State University, Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2018
- Chronic Pain
- Manual Therapy
- Sports Rehab
Tom enjoys being able to help people recover from injuries or surgeries and overcome pain or disability using manual therapy, specific exercise or other treatments to help them return to their desired activities.
Outside the clinic Tom loves being outdoors, running, reading and spending time with his wife Cary and their critters.
- University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center – 1992
- Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
- Sports Medicine
- Manual Therapy
- Peripheral Joints and Spine
- ASTYM Certified
Colette Fish earned her Associates of Applied Science for Physical Therapist Assistant from Blinn Junior College.
Colette specializes in pediatrics, orthopedic, and pulmonary rehabilitation and is most interested in treating torticollis.
In her free time, Colette enjoys cooking different recipes, going on hikes in National Parks, and kayaking.
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.