While helping her mother at a young age
with exercises after a wrist fracture, Ann
Hall was drawn to physical therapy.
“It was satisfying to help my mom through
her experience and celebrate as she made
progress,” Ann recalled.
Ann earned her bachelor’s degree in
psychology and a doctorate degree
in physical therapy, both from Carroll
University in Waukesha.
“I feel that my background in psychology
has also impacted how I treat patients
because pain can have a profound impact
on a person’s psychological well-being,”
she said. “As someone who has been in
physical therapy after a low back injury, I can relate to people who have battled ongoing pain and I know how mentally exhausting it can be.”
She said it’s important to her to use her knowledge to help others understand their pain and to teach them tools they can use to continue treating themselves after they are done seeing her.
Ann also is certified in the LSVT BIG® program for patients with Parkinson’s disease and is a certified myofascial
trigger point therapist (CMTPT) for dry
Originally from Wisconsin Rapids, Ann
lives in Weston and enjoys exercising, reading and spending time with her husband and son.