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.