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Meet Our Therapists

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Megan Kramp, PT, DPT 

Hi! I'm Megan, and I earned my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse (2012). Since then, I have worked in a hospital setting, on a hospital based intensive rehab unit, and in an outpatient clinic.

 

I am a board certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist and have experience treating many different neurologic diagnoses. I am also certified in the LSVT BIG and the PWR! Moves programs for people with Parkinson's Disease. My passion is helping people get back to doing the things that are important to them, and teaching them how to continue to improve their health and wellness throughout their lives. 

Outside of the clinic I enjoy traveling, live music, running, reading books, and spending time with family and friends.

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Dana Fabbri, PT, DPT 


Hi! My name is Dana and I earned my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Marquette University. Since I’ve graduated, I’ve worked in a variety of settings including the hospital, inpatient rehab, subacute rehab, and outpatient. When I initially graduated with my doctorate, I primarily provided physical therapy for the spinal cord injury population but have since grown in my experience to treating all neurological conditions. 

My passion is assisting neurological populations with improving their mobility and function through physical therapy. I love getting to observe firsthand the functional improvements a patient experiences through therapeutic interventions. I strive to make therapy sessions personalized to the individual in order to promote the best environment for patient growth. 

When I’m not treating patients, I enjoy reading books (especially thrillers) and going on outdoor runs. I also enjoy cooking and trying new healthy recipes.

John Braden, PTA 

My name is John Braden, I’m a Physical Therapist Assistant who has treated in an inpatient rehab unit and hospital setting for the last 9 years. I have worked with Megan and Elizabeth for 8 of those years and am very excited to join the Neuro Advantage Rehab team. I’ve had experience with people from all walks of life with all sorts of deficits but have mainly treated patients with neurological diagnoses. My favorite part of the job is getting to know the people I work with and helping them get back to doing what they enjoy.

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Elizabeth Olley, OTR/L

My name is Elizabeth Olley and I am an Occupational Therapist. I graduated in 2012 from Mount Mary University with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy. I love helping people and have a passion for coming up with new creative treatment techniques to best serve those with neurologic conditions. I strive to learn something new every day and to provide the best treatment for my clients. 

My specialties include LSVT BIG for Parkinson's, NDT training for stroke treatment as well as an interest in low vision therapy. 

I love spending time with my family and traveling, especially to Door County. Gardening and being outdoors, shopping and painting are also things I enjoy doing in my free time. 

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Yvonne Petersen Zich, MS-CCC SLP 

My name is Yvonne, and I received my MS in Speech-Language Pathology from Marquette University in 1989.  I am fortunate to have had many opportunities working in diverse backgrounds, including skilled nursing facilities, acute care hospitals, adult/pediatric home health, sheltered workshops, brain injury rehabilitation and outpatient pediatrics.  I am ASHA certified and a member of the ASHA Special Interest Group 2, which focuses on neurophysiology and neurogenic speech-language difficulties.  I also have extensive experience in cognitive communicative rehabilitation and treatment of swallowing disorders.

It is my vision to treat the whole person, using person centered treatment that analyzes specific difficulties in a person’s daily life and devising practical treatment approaches to address those areas.  I am proficient in basic Spanish (CEFR level A2), which enables me to further assist those who are bilingual.   I believe that a sense of humor is integral in providing effective treatment, as it helps to put people at ease, and we all know that laughter truly is the best medicine!

Outside of work, I enjoy being outdoors, walking/hiking, listening to music, playing the piano, reading about a wide variety of topics, learning languages and spending time with my family and friends.

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