Our Staff

Fort Atkinson Clinic

Kurt Chapman

Kurt Chapman, PT, DPT, CSCS
Partner, Director – Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Fort Atkinson

Email: kchapman@usphclinic.com

Kurt Chapman, PT, DPT, CSCS earned his Bachelor of Science/Physical Therapy (PT) degree from UW La Crosse in 1997 and Doctorate of Physical Therapy (tDPT) degree from Des Moines University in 2009. Kurt earned his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) credential in 1997. From 2010-2017, Kurt served as Medical Director for the Fort Atkinson Half Marathon. Kurt is an Ironman Certified Coach, a Certified Newton Running Coach, and is the Head Coach of the Blackhawk Running Club. Kurt’s clinical interests include: sports medicine, triathlon training/rehabilitation, running injuries, rehabilitation of the overhead athlete, fitness/wellness programming, and community health.

Peter Rahn

Peter Rahn, PT, MPT

Email: peter.rahn@usphclinic.com

Peter Rahn, PT, MPT received a Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology in 2001 and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2003 from Marquette University. He began practicing in Illinois, spent time at a clinic in Washington and has been at the Fort Atkinson clinic since 2007. Peter enjoys working with patients of all ages. He treats a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions, keeping an emphasis on manual therapy combined with rehabilitative exercises to maximize function. He has also been extensively trained for TMJ and craniovertebral dysfunction. Peter is a certified ASTYM therapist.

Anne Farrar

Anne Farrar, MPT

Anne received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1993. After working as an actuary for three years, she felt drawn to refocus her skills to work in healthcare and help people achieve their physical goals. She returned to school and earned a Masters in Physical Therapy from the Mayo School of Health-related Sciences in Rochester, MN in 1999. She has taken many continuing education courses in areas including advanced manual therapy, sports medicine, and balance training. She joined the Sport and Spine team in 2005.

Jefferson Clinic

Rocky Baldry

Rocky Baldry, PT, DPT
Partner, Director – Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Jefferson

Email: rbaldry@usphclinic.com

Rocky received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Montana State University in Bozeman, MT in 2000 and went on to earn a Masters in Physical Therapy from Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences in Rochester, MN in 2002. In 2009, Rocky completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Marymount University in Arlington, VA.

Rocky directs the Jefferson Clinic location with a passion and vision for orthopedic care throughout the lifespan. He coordinates Sports Medicine coverage for Johnson Creek High School athletics and holds the distinction of certified ASTYM provider. Rocky relishes many of the outdoor recreational activities Wisconsin has to offer. He, along with his wife and four kiddos, enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, running and many team sporting activities.

Madison West Clinic

Haliana Doeppers

Haliana Doeppers, PT, Cert MDT
Director – Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Madison West

Hali earned her Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1994. She is a Certified Mckenzie Practitioner. Her skills and interests include manual therapy, vertigo assessment, dry needling, ergonomic assessment, functional job demands analysis, post offer employment testing and functional capacity evaluations. Hali has worked for Sport and Spine Physical Therapy for 10 years, with total years of experience over 20 years. Hali spent her early career working in Seattle, WA and the Chicago area. She also provides on-site Physical Therapy services at Promega Corporation focusing on employee health and wellness.

Hannah Biere

Hannah Biere, DPT

Hannah earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2012 and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2008, and is a proud alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has additional training in myofascial mobilization, assessment and treatment of sacroiliac dysfunctions, and trigger point dry needling.

Hannah is passionate about practicing in the field of orthopedics, including treatment of low back pain, sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, balance difficulties, and work related injury. She utilizes hands-on therapy techniques to decrease joint and soft tissue restriction, and individualized exercise prescription to maximize strength and function. She has a whole body treatment approach, addressing the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction. She believes strongly in education as a core factor in treatment, enabling the patient to better understand how their posture and movement patterns affect their wellbeing.

Outside of the clinic, Hannah enjoys running, biking and skiing in beautiful southwest Wisconsin. She also loves to travel, having been to more than 20 countries in the last few years. In her spare time, Hannah volunteers in her hometown of Dodgeville at the Community Connections Free Clinic, which provides much needed health care to those in the community who cannot afford or access medical services.

Kyle Kreul

Kyle Kreul, DPT

Kyle earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science with a nutrition minor from UW-La Crosse in 2012, and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from UW-La Crosse in 2016. Kyle started working for Sport & Spine in June 2016 and had been working between three of the Sport & Spine Physical Therapy clinics in Fort Atkinson, Jefferson, and Watertown before starting full-time at the Madison-West clinic. He believes in empowering patients, giving them the tools they need to be successful during their rehabilitation, and to continue to maximize their function long after they are discharged from physical therapy. He also strongly believes in providing manual therapy when necessary and following that with prescriptive therapeutic exercises. Kyle is certified in dry needling which can restore patient’s movement in a pain free manner, and he is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS). He lives within the Madison community with his wife and enjoys exercising, spending time outdoors, trying new restaurants and food, and watching movies.

Sauk City Clinic

Laura Endres

Laura Endres
Director of First Impressions

Laura Endres was born and raised in Sauk Prairie.

During high school, she got up the nerve to ask out a fellow classmate. Needless to say, 36 years later, they’ve had a fulfilling and fun marriage raising 2 children.

Laura and Charlie enjoy watching Lindy & Matthew perform as they continue to hone and pursue there careers in the performance world.

Laura thoroughly enjoys her ‘Director of First Impressions’ title while at Sport & Spine Physical Therapy. When she isn’t working, you’ll find her outside tending her flowers and yard, cooking and baking.

Daryl Lamprey

Daryl Lamprey, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Director – Sauk City Sport and Spine Physical Therapy
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Email: daryl.lamprey@usphclinic.com

Daryl grew up in Salisbury, MA and graduated from Northeastern University in 2008 with his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinic Specialist (OCS) which is a designation held by only 5% of physical therapists nationwide.

Daryl’s clinical interests include the rehabilitation of post-operative conditions and orthopedic injuries in individuals of all ages. He has a special interest in treating vestibular conditions as well. He uses manual therapy techniques and an exercise based approach to help his patients return to their favorite activities. Daryl is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and Graston Technique (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization).

In his free time, Daryl enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling with his wife, Katie, and dog, Dexter. He is also an avid New England Patriots fan and is looking forward to seeing them win another Superbowl championship!

Watertown Clinic

Danielle Jacobson, PT, DPT

Danielle Jacobson, PT, DPT
Director – Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Watertown

Email: danielle.jacobson@usphclinic.com

Danielle Jacobson received her Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from UW-La Crosse in 2013. She went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from West Coast University, located in Los Angeles, California, in 2017. As a native Wisconsinite, Danielle was proud to return home to join the Sport and Spine team as the Director of the Watertown location in February 2018. With Danielle’s background as an All-American collegiate athlete and competitive swim coach, she puts great emphasis on patient education and utilizes active treatment approaches, including individualized therapeutic exercise, augmented with skilled manual therapy techniques. Danielle attends many continuing education courses and believes lifelong learning is essential in the field of physical therapy. In her free time, Danielle enjoys running, swimming, hiking and traveling with her husband Brett.

Kristen Behl, PT, DPT

Kristen Behl, PT, DPT

Email: kristen.behl@usphclinic.com

Kristen Behl, PT, DPT earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science (2013) and her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy (2015), both from Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She has also achieved certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling, a very effective technique for decreasing muscular restrictions and pain. Kristen has been working between all six of the local Sport & Spine Physical Therapy clinics since June 2015, before becoming Director of the Watertown location in May 2016. She takes a hands-on and educational approach to treatment, combined with graded therapeutic exercise and neuromuscular re-education to give patients the tools they need to stay active and healthy even after they leave the clinic. She lives within the Watertown community, and enjoys running, biking, waterskiing, group sports, and traveling with her husband Philip.