Bringing Physical Therapy & Wellness to You!
Alicia Bellefeuille graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of South Dakota (USD) with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Spanish. At USD, she served on the executive board of the service organization which reaches out to Vermillion community members of all ages. Through her involvement in this organization along with her experience as a Home Health Aide, Alicia more thoroughly developed her passion to work with individuals to improve their quality of life. She now will continue her education at University of Minnesota to purse a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, so that she may have the knowledge to further help individuals promote their overall wellness.
Meghan Hennessy earned her degree in Kinesiology Exercise Movement Science from the University of Wisconsin Madison and is currently working toward her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. In my time off between college and graduate school, she lived in southern Thailand and taught English to 4-6-year-old children and had the opportunity to travel to many neighboring countries. She enjoys yoga, running and fitness classes, as well as walking outside when the weather is nice. In the future, she hopes to work in health and wellness, and is excited to have the opportunity to learn more about the field from Dr. Eva Norman.
Moni Pin is a recent graduate of University of Wisconsin- Stout. At her university, she was a part of a community, Multicultural Student Service, which was created to help individuals through obstacles that would hinder achieving their goals. While working there, she discovered how rewarding and wholesome it was helping others achieve their goals. There she realized that this was her calling. Something Moni is passionate about is helping others achieve goals whether it be internal or external. She wants to become a part of making differences for others! It is why Moni was eager to join LYLPT and hopes to contribute as much as all the incredible staff members in the team! During her off time, you can find her exploring a variety of cuisines as well as trying different bubble tea flavor combinations.
Your physical therapist can play a big role in helping you maintain or improve your balance as you age. Unfortunately, falls are becoming increasingly common in adults age 65 and over. Just because they’re common, doesn’t mean they’re inevitable though. Research shows that falls are caused…view full article
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