Molly Fermanich, PTA, is a physical therapy assistant with Bone & Joint in Central Wisconsin.
Since joining Bone & Joint’s physical therapy team in 2023, Molly has helped people recover from orthopedic injuries or surgery. Molly has a special interest in sports medicine, wound care, and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation.
Molly holds an Associate in Applied Science degree through the Physical Therapists Assistant program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay.
When she’s not at the clinic, Molly enjoys spending time with family and friends. She enjoys listening to music and outdoor activities, especially fishing and hunting. She also has an affinity for dogs, sports, and […]
Kaylee works with people of all ages and specializes in balance and fall prevention, shoulder injuries, and women’s pelvic floor rehabilitation. Kaylee also helps people recover from orthopedic injuries and surgical procedures.
As a physical therapist, Kaylee takes the time to talk to her patients, assess their condition, and determine their goals. Her goal is to restore as much pain-free movement and normal function as possible so her patients can enjoy a higher quality of life and maintain independence.
Jeremy Sherman, PT, offers physical therapy services to people of all ages at Bone & Joint Physical Therapy in Medford.
Jeremy has expertise in post-surgical rehabilitation, sports medicine, and general orthopedics. He is also knowledgeable about gait training and throwing injuries. Jeremy also holds certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
Physical therapy speeds recovery from surgery and orthopedic injuries.
Jeremy works with each individual to develop a customized treatment plan. Using his expert knowledge of body mechanics, Jeremy helps people recover from surgery and sports injuries. With his training in dry needling, he can manipulate painful muscular trigger points to relieve pain and improve movement.
Tendonitis is a condition that describes the inflammation of the tendon.
Tendons are collagen-fiber tissues that connect the bones and muscles, which allow the body to move. There are thousands of tendons in the body. They allow each joint of the body to bend, flex, or rotate during movement.
As the tendon becomes inflamed, it swells and causes pain and stiffness during movement. Usually, people feel tendonitis pain near the joint. It’s often confused with arthritis.
Tennis elbow, trigger finger, De Quervain’s syndrome, and runner’s knee are common conditions affecting the tendons. Of course, tendonitis can also affect the shoulders, ankles, and toes.
Lisa helps people of all ages overcome muscular imbalances and motor impairments that affect their ability to work, play sports, or enjoy life. She helps people continue their best quality of life by helping to minimize the effects of limiting spinal conditions.
Physical therapy helps people dealing with complex conditions
When asked why she chose the physical therapy field, Lisa said, “I wanted to be involved in helping clients not just recover from an injury or surgery but to make improvements in their mobility and return […]
Kayla Degner, DPT, joined Bone & Joint’s physical therapy department in May 2019. She helps people recover from orthopedic injuries and rehabilitate after surgery. Kayla specializes in manual therapy, post-operative rehabilitation, and spine therapy.
“I chose physical therapy to help people get back to doing what they love,” said Kayla. “Especially in outpatient therapy, I get to see patients for a longer time to really see their progress.”