Spooner Health Welcomes Three New Therapists to its Rehabilitation Team
SPOONER, Wis. -- Spooner Health adds two physical therapists and one speech therapist to its comprehensive rehabilitation department. All therapists are currently accepting new patients.
Eliza DeVoe, DPT, is a 2013 graduate from the Doctorate in Physical Therapy program at the College of St. Scholastica. Her professional interests include orthopedics, acute care and general conditioning and strengthening.
Pamela Weber, PT, has 30 years of experience in physical therapy and her professional interests include dry needling, women’s health, pediatrics and sports medicine.
Danielle Larson, CCC-SLP, is a 2012 graduate from the Speech and Communication Disorders program at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Her professional interests include traumatic brain injury, dysphagia, strokes and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
Spooner Health’s rehabilitation department includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and massage therapy. This dynamic team of certified professionals deliver individualized care through evidence-based therapy. Visit www.spoonerhealth.com or call 715-939-1745 to set up an appointment today.
Spooner Health is a 20-bed critical access hospital with a wide range of services from emergency and inpatient care to outpatient therapy, surgery and diagnostic imaging. Spooner Health is dedicated to providing high quality healthcare with excellent service.
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