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 and specifically enjoys treating headaches. Outside of the clinic Peter enjoys coaching basketball and baseball and traveling with his family.
Anne Farrar received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She earned her Masters in Physical Therapy from the Mayo School of Health-related Sciences in Rochester, MN in 1999.
In her 20 years as a physical therapist, she has taken many continuing education courses and she strives to help people achieve their goals and get back to the activities they love to do. In her free time, she enjoys running, soccer and spending time with her husband and three girls. She joined the Sport and Spine team in 2005.
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.
Zoe received her Physical Therapist Assistant’s degree from Madison College in 2018. Having a few sports-related injuries that lead her to being in physical therapy throughout high school and college, she understands the importance of exercise and taking care of the body for preventative and rehabilitative purposes. Starting with Sport and Spine shortly after she graduated, Zoe enjoys working with her patients, focusing on active listening so that she can properly tailor each treatment session to the needs of the patient. After taking a continuing education course with the International Spine and Pain Institute focusing on pain management for patients in chronic pain, she happily works with these patients helping them understand what their pain truly is and what she and they can do together to decrease it. In her free time, Zoe enjoys playing volleyball in various leagues, taking her dog for long walks, increasing her knowledge in the physical therapy world and travelling.
DR. AMANDA L BIZUB, PT, DPT, OSC, CSCS, CTPS graduated from Carthage College with a B.A. in Biology in 2012. She completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA in 2014. She began her physical therapy career in Maquoketa, IA at a critical access hospital.
In November of 2015, she joined a private outpatient practice in Coralville, IA specializing in manual
therapy and dry needling treating athletes and pediatric headache patients. Amanda returned to
Wisconsin and joined DPT in September of 2019.
In 2016, she completed her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Tennis Performance Specialist (CTPS) certifications. As a former D3 collegiate tennis player, she is passionate about treating tennis players, tennis injury prevention and enhancing performance. Amanda also enjoys treating runners, athletes, and shoulder injuries. She loves combining manual therapy, education and sport-specific exercises to create an individualized treatment plan for her patients.
Amanda became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2018.
Outside of work, she enjoys training for half marathons, trail running, spending time with her 3 dogs (2 Vizslas and 1 Pomeranian), and gardening.