Tyson Droessler first became attracted
to physical therapy when he injured his
knee in college and needed therapy.
“I liked being able to interact with
patients and get to know them over the
course of several sessions,” he said. “I
believe in putting the patient first and
dealing with them as a complete person.
Doing that can really help build trust.”
Droessler (pronounced DRESS-ler) grew
up in Cuba City, in southwest Wisconsin,
where he played basketball and ran
track for his high school. He earned
his bachelor’s degree in biology from
University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and
went on to Clarke University in Dubuque,
Iowa, for his doctorate degree in physical
therapy. He completed internships at a
number of locations, including Marshfield
Clinic Stettin Center.
He enjoys hunting and fishing. He and his wife enjoy hiking, especially in the hills at Devils Lake State Park.