Welcome to Orthopedic & Spine Therapy!

Orthopedic & Spine Therapy (OST) specializes in Manual Physical Therapy. OST physical therapists customize each patient's physical therapy plan to fit their needs. OST also provides a private, comfortable setting with one-on-one physical therapy and new referrals seen within 24 hours. OST provides generous continuing education for their physical therapists to continue to be leaders in physical therapy techniques. OST has 16 clinics throughout Wisconsin to serve you!


  "I like the therapists here and the receptionists. They are very nice. They work with you until you are completely healed."
R.A. patient at OST of Clintonville

"Just happy I found this place"
R.C. patient at OST of Oshkosh

 "Very friendly, personnel makes you feel right at home." 
P.P. patient at OST of Oshkosh 

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Introducing OST's first blog!

Orthopedic & Spine Therapy (OST) latest blog post!  Caring for Yourself and Baby - a look at postpartum conditions, written by Danielle Lecker, DPT,  Our Blog, The OST Difference is located under News & Events.

New Website to Come!

2014 has already brought about some big changes at OST. One change will be our upcoming, interactive website! We are all so excited! Join our social media pages to keep updated on any news or events, in the meantime we remain under construction.

Physical Therapists at Orthopedic & Spine Therapy Receive InTone Specialist Certification

Urinary incontinence or bladder leakage affects up to 30 million America women. InTone is the first medical device that combines muscle stimulation and voice guided exercises with visual biofeedback into a single device designed to strengthen the muscles in the pelvic floor while calming spasms of the bladder. Meagan Peeters-Gebler (Appleton) and Danielle Lecker (New London) of Orthopedic & Spine Therapy have received their InTone Specialist Certification to help women stop bladder leakage. Orthopedic & Spine Therapy is the only place in the Fox Cities that specializing in treating this condition. To learn how InTone works, read the full article here

Meagan & Danielle are currently accepting new patients. To schedule your free consultation or physical therapy appointment please call OST of Appleton or OST of New London

Unique Certification Update

 Orthopedic & Spine Therapy has a total of 17 physical therapists now certified in Dry Needling in 14 different clinics across Wisconsin. To become a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist requires four separate courses of approximately 26-29 hours of clinical instruction, independent study and examination. There is no other course program in the United States that offer the same level of instruction and depth. 

Dry Needling is increasingly being used by U.S. healthcare providers to treat chronic pain and muscular dysfunction. Small sterile needles are inserted into the muscle knot (or myofascial trigger point) to release tightness, relieve pain and improve flexibility. 

To learn more about Dry Needling and the therapist who are certified in your area go to www.ostpt.com/Services/DryNeedling.aspx


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