An Enthusiastic, Empathetic Approach to Physical Therapy
Ms. Wendler believes in an enthusiastic, empathetic approach to physical therapy. As every client is unique, her work focuses on creating customized programs to eliminate pain, improve function and reach individual goals. Her practice incorporates a variety of manual therapies, including: PNF stretching, Myofascial Release, soft tissue mobilization and spinal manipulations.
She recently completed training to treat neuromuscular and musculoskeletal functions and added innovative pelvic therapies to treat Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Pain, Incontinence, Dyspareunia, and Pre and Post-Partum.
Education & Training
After earning a BS in psychology and minor in exercise science from Valparaiso University, Ms. Wendler received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Long Island University-Brooklyn. She continued her training, completing Functional Therapy courses with Maitland and the Institute of Physical Art. She served as an instructor for Doctor of Therapy students and earned her certification as an Orthopedic Specialist.
Ms. Wendler’s post-graduate practice began in Brooklyn where she worked as a staff PT, focusing in orthopedics and sports medicine. Her clinical work has covered a broad spectrum of specializations, ranging from pediatrics to geriatric care.
Ms. Wendler is a member of both the APTA and the NYPTA.