Andrew is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who specializes in orthopedics and sports medicine rehabilitation to allow people to move to a healthier life. He uses an evidence-based treatment approach where he takes time to listen to his patients, understand their story, give them answers, and uses a combination of manual therapy, progressive exercise, neuromuscular re-education to get his patient’s results. He has continued his education and added additional skills and is now certified in functional dry needling. Andrew is passionate about getting his patients to understand their injuries, progress them through their rehab, and equipping them with the tools to reduce the risk of future injuries to build resilience and confidence in his patients.
Andrew received his undergraduate education from North Dakota State University where he was a student-athlete in Baseball while graduating with an Exercise Science Degree. Andrew decided to further his education by receiving his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Mary Physical Therapy Program. Andrew enjoys treating people who are motivated to succeed and has a special interest in treating runners and overhead athletes.
Andrew attended Minnetonka High School and enjoys spending time with his wife Laura, running, playing summer softball, traveling, being involved in his local church, and staying current on medical research.