Andrea Kriese earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Concordia University in Mequon. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Kriese is certified in LSVT BIG treatment for patients with Parkinson disease. She is also a certified dry needling practitioner with advanced training.
A doctor of physical therapy, Kriese assists patients of all ages with their orthopedic needs, including spine-related neck pain, back pain and headaches. She also provides personalized sports medicine, acute injury management, pre- and post-op rehabilitation and injury prevention services. Kriese has a special interest in neurologic conditions including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and undiagnosed or rare movement disorders.
“My main goal is to help patients manage their symptoms to improve their daily function and quality of life,” said Kriese. “I strive to build positive relationships with my patients and create a non-threatening environment so their rehabilitation goals can be achieved.” Kriese has a special interest in working with dancers and athletes.
When not working with patients, Kriese enjoys traveling, taking road trips up north, being outdoors, and spending time with friends and family.