KELLY ASHBECK, DPT
Dr. Kelly Ashbeck has 12 years of outpatient Physical Therapy experience with a special interest in persistent pain. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, he attended the University of La Crosse and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree in 2008. He completed an Orthopedic Residency Program in 2013 and became a Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist in 2014. He has since mentored residents in Specialized Physical Therapy Education’s Orthopedic Residency program and assists with their Pain Education unit. In 2020, Dr. Kelly became the chair of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association’s Opioid Taskforce and has presented on the Opioid Crisis in both community and professional settings. Outside of the clinic, he continues to read on pain assessment and treatment as well as further educating himself on the opioid crisis and diseases of despair. He prides himself on truly taking a Biopsychosocial approach to Physical Therapy management. In other words, he cares about you the person and not just the ailment you present with.
ALEX TAPPLIN, DC, CSCS, CCSP
As a former All-American collegiate Track & Field athlete, I understand the importance of a complete and rapid return from pain and injury. I became interested early on in finding the most effective ways to overcome injury.
An ankle injury that almost prevented me from finishing my high school athletic career inspired me to become a sports medicine specialist chiropractor. A shoulder injury in college with excellent therapy from my strength coach and Athletic Trainers sparked me to look at injuries and pain through a broad lens and opened my eyes to soft tissue treatment as a key link to the treatment puzzle.
I then had the opportunity to train under an elite sports medicine specialist and chiropractor. Working with professional and Olympic athletes confirmed that a comprehensive, systematic approach is necessary to maximize results. I have been using this approach in the Fox Cities for the last 9 years. I continue to stay on top of the latest advances and clinical research from multiple disciplines to offer my patients the best possible outcomes.
In my spare time, I volunteer as a Track & Field coach at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. I live in Neenah with my wife and two daughters. I enjoy training and competing in a variety of activities including, pole vaulting, kettlebell competitions, Olympic weightlifting, crossfit and triathlons.
Active Release Technique® (ART) practitioner
Dr. Lace Luedke, DPT, PhD, OCS, CSCS. A physical therapist, researcher and professor at UW-Oshkosh. She is a leading expert on running biomechanics and is available for a running gait assessment. To schedule a running assessment with her, or for more information, email email@example.com with "Dr. Luedke" in the subject line and we will get you on her schedule.
Trina Gosh, CT is a rehabilitation and clinical assistant. She has specialty certifications in Personal Training, Yoga, Pilates and is a certified Chiropractic Technician. She has a decade and half of experience in clinical and exercise instruction.
Jen Cubos is a registered nurse. She is our virtual medical assistant and administrator. She is available to answer your questions and schedule.
Sara & Debbie, through Valley Medical Billing, are available to answer any billing or insurance questions. 920 221 3244