Dr. Maggie Henjum PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Maggie is the owner of Motion and a dedicated physical therapist with a passion for developing a diverse skill set, knowing the full range of treatment options and having an in-depth knowledge of emerging techniques with manual therapy and exercise. She is an educator for post doctoral residents and the doctoral program at the University of Minnesota, volunteers with US Ski Team, preferred to professional athletes, published author and researcher in two textbooks, and the Twin Cities’ premier spinal physical therapy specialist.
Maggie earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in exercise science, with an emphasis on pre-professional physical therapy. She went on to attend the University of Colorado-Denver, and received her doctorate in physical therapy with extra training in manual therapy. Since, Maggie has obtained her orthopedic certified specialist designation.
Lastly, Maggie continued to improve expertise in the field by excelling in one of the highest designations of a post-doctoral fellowship through the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT), in specific, Evidence in Motion. With this, it allows a close involvement in research, and progression of our field. Maggie has certifications in professional bike fitting and dry needling to optimize performance and reduce pain in any individual. Complimenting manual therapy, Maggie uses exercise and movement to restore and return you back to your optimal self!
Maggie enjoys traveling, staying active with hiking, skiing & snowboarding, volleyball, biking, yoga and running.
Dr. Kelly Davis, PT, DPT
Kelly is a physical therapist who believes that the most effective prehab and recovery blend scientific rigor with a mind & body perspective. She prioritizes evidence-based approaches and looks for no-nonsense solutions that get people back to their best & doing what they love.
After graduating from University of Wisconsin, Madison she accepted a position as a category leader with Kimberly-Clark. While interested in business, Kelly was drawn to physical therapy and returned to school to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Minnesota. Kelly plans to pursue the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency this year. Special areas of interest include TMJ disorders, pregnancy related issues, running analysis and crossfit.
Kelly also completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2013 to further solidify her understanding of fitness and healing physiology. She teaches a variety of yoga styles with an emphasis on scientifically researched methodologies aimed at injury prevention and recovery.
In her free time, Kelly enjoys international adventures, hiking, swimming, paddleboards, HIIT, running, backyard brunches, making vegetables awesome, and inspiring others to move.
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Dr. Michelle Steege PT, DPT
Michelle is passionate about the profession of physical therapy, which allows her to help people return to the activities they love. Her experience in a hospital-based outpatient orthopedic setting has given her the opportunity to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions and sports injuries. Michelle began her orthopedic residency at Motion in 2017, further advancing her knowledge in the world of physical therapy. She also has training in instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and running analysis.
Michelle earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire in exercise science. She then attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas where she earned her doctorate in physical therapy.
In her free time, Michelle enjoys being outdoors—running, biking, hiking, kayaking, and spending time at the cabin in northern Wisconsin.
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Dr. Alyssa George, PT, DPT, OCS
Alyssa wants to get you back to doing what you love, whether that be sports/recreational activities, your career, or caring for your family. Specializing in treating pelvic and orthopedic conditions, Alyssa develops individualized treatment plans because she understands that no two bodies are alike. She has been involved in research projects to help advance the field of physical therapy. Most recently she has written a case series detailing the benefits of dry needling for chronic pelvic pain and presented on the function of breathing muscles in pelvic pain at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting. She has over nine years of experience as a physical therapist and has started and led pelvic health programs at clinics in Texas, Ohio, and now Minnesota, her home state.
Alyssa earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Gustavus Adolphus College, a Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and continued her education at the University of Montana, earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedics and earned her certification in pelvic physical therapy from the American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women’s Health. She has been a lecturer and faculty mentor of both orthopedic residency and manual therapy fellowship programs at The Ohio State University and is a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapy students. Alyssa has been certified in dry needling and utilizes other various manual therapy techniques in her management of abdominopelvic disorders (including incontinence, constipation, lumbopelvic pain, and pregnancy-related musculoskeletal disorders) and orthopedic conditions of the neck, back, shoulder, hip, knee, and foot/ankle.
Commonly Treated Conditions:
- Pelvic organ prolapse (feeling of fullness, difficulty eliminating)
- Pelvic pain (female/male/transgender)
- Vaginismus, vulvodynia, endometriosis
- Urinary/fecal incontinence and urgency/frequency
- Painful bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis
- Pregnancy and postpartum pain and weakness
- Diastasis rectus abdominis/c-section scars
- Sexual dysfunction/pain
- Abdominal pain
- Coccyx pain
- Pudendal neuralgia: irritation or pain typically worse with sitting, felt along nerve pathways from low back to rectal area, genital area, and/or bladder
- Pain in the low back, sacroiliac joint, hip, groin, and/or pelvis
In her free time, Alyssa enjoys running, yoga, swimming, biking, hiking, canoeing, and spending time with family and friends.
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