Louisville, KY – Dutchmans (Dunn Physical Therapy)
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Meet the Staff
Susan earned her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Louisville and holds a bachelor’s degree from Northern Kentucky University and a master’s from the University of North Carolina–Greensboro. She has been practicing in the Louisville area since 1997. In addition to owning her own practice since 2001, Susan is a Board Certified Women’s Health Specialist (WCS) and an active member with the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Kentucky Physical Therapy Association, National Women’s Health Section, Private Practice Section of the APTA, International Pelvic Pain Society, International Continence Society, and International Children’s Continence Society.
Susan has spent her entire career focusing on research and clinical practice in the areas of pelvic health for women, men, and children, and women’s health issues. This coupled with a specialization in spine has allowed her to grow her clinical skills to become a recognized leader in the Greater Louisville area for the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.
Susan has also been recognized at the national level and was featured in a cover story for the Physical Therapy Magazine, which is a nationwide magazine of the American Physical Therapy Association. Susan has had the opportunity to be published in a variety of media and very much enjoys lecturing at the local, regional, and state levels to health care providers and to the public to continually promote, educate, and empower her audience with the knowledge to address pelvic health and women’s health issues completely.
On a daily basis, Susan strives to create an environment at Dunn Physical Therapy where patients feel they are individuals receiving one-on-one care and feel empowered with the knowledge to be an active partner in their care with their clinician. She subscribes to the philosophy that your patients “don’t care what you know until they know that you care.” Today’s health care environment is forever changing and not always for the better. But at Dunn Physical Therapy, Susan and her team work every day to make sure that every patient that walks through our doors will know that we care.
Susan and her staff collectively have more experience and training in their areas of specialization than any other facility in the Greater Louisville area and she is honored to be the head of, and a part of, the Dunn Physical Therapy team.
In her free time Susan enjoys time with her husband, children, and dog, especially if that involves camping trips, running, or travel.
Andrea received her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Western Kentucky University and then went on to achieve her Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Jefferson Community and Technical College. Her passion has always been with sports and overall wellness, which prompted her to seek a nutrition certificate in Dietetics in 2009 from Eastern Kentucky University.
Andrea has participated in high-end athletics the majority of her life. As a 3-year captain and starter for WKU’s Women’s Division I soccer program, Andrea originally planned to go on and play at the national level, but after a national women’s league folded the year she graduated, she decided a new career choice was in order. “Physical therapy initially found me and since then I have enjoyed the journey of returning people to the full spectrum of wellness. I am honored and blessed to facilitate care and it truly is a rewarding opportunity to be in the position that I am.”
Andrea is a proud 2013 and 2014 Louisville Ironman finisher and continues to compete in triathlons nationwide as well as in road racing. She uses this passion and discipline that she has with sports and applies it to her work in physical therapy. Her career focus has been on orthopedics, sports injury and training protocols, and women’s health diagnoses including pelvic dysfunction and prenatal and post-partum conditions. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association, and the International Pelvic Pain Society.
When Andrea needs a break from training, the experience of travel is one of her favorite things. You can also often find Andrea in the kitchen exploring new recipes. She attends both St. Leonard Church and Southeast Christian Church.
Kristin Fleider-Zoph is a seasoned professional who has been practicing physical therapy for over 30 years. Licensed in Indiana and Kentucky, Kristin strives to provide her patients with a treatment plan to maximize overall wellness and health regardless of age. “Fitness is my passion – I am Pilates certified and try to incorporate these methods into all my treatment programs. I believe strong core training and activation during daily functional tasks is essential to maintaining our body strength, flexibility and balance.”
Although Kristin has a diverse therapy background she is known for her work in orthopedics, spinal rehab, women’s health, and in treating bowel and bladder issues. Through an intense training program at Marquette University in Wisconsin, Kristin has helped Dunn Physical Therapy offer patients the most current and advanced methods for treating bladder, bowel, and other pelvic floor disorders using new techniques in biofeedback and balloon expulsion training.
Kristin received her degree from Ball State University and continues to expand her professional knowledge through attending a variety of continuing education courses across the country. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association as well as the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, and is active in the local Kentucky Chapter. Kristin is involved in her community and enjoys spending time with her family and friends but always finds time to snuggle with her bulldog, Mr. Bates, and Max, her cat. She leads an active lifestyle and loves to play golf, exercise, and travel. Kristin is dedicated to helping patients restore, maintain, and optimize physical function to promote overall wellness and a better quality of life.
Linsey earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Bellarmine University in December 2012 as well as her bachelor of health science in May 2011. The choice to pursue a career in physical therapy stemmed from volleyball-related injuries while playing at both Presentation Academy and Bellarmine University. However, during her studies at Bellarmine she was introduced to the specialty area of women’s health/pelvic floor rehab and was intrigued to gain additional knowledge regarding her own personal interest of pelvic pain. She was accepted to participate in a women’s health clinical assignment at the University of Michigan as a portion of her clinical externship requirements. In addition, she has completed various certification courses via the Section on Women’s Health (SOWH) through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) regarding pelvic floor dysfunction and pregnancy. She has also completed additional certification regarding treatment and management of upper extremity lymphedema (CLT-UE) via Klose Training in 2014.
Throughout her years as a practicing physical therapist she has gained exposure to various practice settings of acute, outpatient, and inpatient rehabilitation. In the variety of settings, she gained exposure to multiple patient populations ranging from orthopedic to neurological while continuing to have specialty emphasis of upper extremity lymphedema and pelvic floor treatment of the female and male populations, with specific interest in pelvic pain. Linsey makes it a personal goal that every patient feels confident and comfortable to express their concerns, symptoms, and goals. “I think pelvic floor diagnoses and symptoms should not be treated as taboo discussion. It is another area of the body that is just as deserving for treatment, no matter its location on the body.”
Linsey is currently licensed in Kentucky and Indiana. She maintains memberships of the following organizations: American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Section on Women’s Health, Kentucky Physical Therapy Association (KPTA), as well as holding a prior role of secretary on the Southeast District INAPTA board.
Linsey resides in the southend of Louisville with her husband and high school sweetheart Zach and their son Paxton. In her spare time she loves to spend time with family, play volleyball, shop, and enjoy the up-and-coming restaurants in Kentuckiana.
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After just 4 visits…I feel like a brand new person. Before, I could barely walk for 15 minutes without my back screaming in pain. Now I’m zooming through therapy and going on walks at home.
Wonderful staff, very helpful, competent and professional. They listen to what I say and are working with me to meet my goal.
Amazing service. They have gone out of their way to call and follow up with me while doing my at-home exercises. Highly recommend.
I couldn’t have wished for a better place to go for my knee replacement therapy! They know what they are doing to get you back in the swing of things so you can go on with your life!