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Getting To Know The Zionsville Physical Therapy Staff! Staff Spotlight: MARISSAWILDING, DPT

Marissa Wilding graduated from Ohio University in 2014 with her doctorate in physical therapy, then moved to Kansas City, where she worked and gained her professional experience in manual therapy, post-operative rehabilitation, and sport performance. She has had training in Ola Grimsby techniques, McKenzie method, and International Pain and Spine Institute clinical education. Marissa enjoys working with patients who have had all sorts of musculoskeletal pathologies and sports injuries. She uses a combination of manual therapy techniques to reduce pain and restore normal movement, in addition to therapeutic exercise to regain strength. She aims to create a partnership with her patients to help them feel better, get stronger, and return to their previous hobbies, work or sports activities. Marissa moved to Zionsville early this year, and joined ZPT in February, 2017, where she won the hearts of her patients and co-workers with her infectious laugh, her effective care, and her bright enthusiasm. Q: Where did you grow up? A: I grew up in Sidney, Ohio, a small town an hour north of Dayton. I grew up with my two older sisters, Jenny and Emily. I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Dayton and attended Ohio University for physical therapy school, GO BOBCATS! Q: What do you like to do when not fixing people in physical therapy? A: I enjoy hiking, reading, knitting, exploring new places to eat, and most of all spending time with my family, especially my two little nieces, Ellie and Jane.

Q: What is a unique fact that not everyone knows about you? A: When my sisters and I were younger, we would take an annual picture with the largest zucchini in my grandpa’s garden. Q: Favorite food? A: I lived in Kansas City for a little over 2 years, so my love of BBQ has grown exponentially! Q: What do you like best about working at ZPT? A: The people! It is rewarding to work in a fun and positive clinic where everyone shares the collective goal of getting our clients back to “fighting form.” Working in a small town creates an enjoyable atmosphere where you are not just another number, but everybody truly does know your name.


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