Annie Niesen has a dedication to approaching health and wellness in a holistic kind of way. Really looking to better understand how our health and wellness is impacted by the way we move, sleep, by the things we eat, and by the stress, anxiety, and social/mental health concerns we all have to navigate today.
Specializing in how the human body moves and the impact this has on every single aspect of our overall health and happiness, she has always dedicated herself to empowering and educating her patients so that they are able to lead the type of life they deserve – as free of pain, worry, and stress as possible.
Her education in the medical world began at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities before she went on to study at Columbia University and achieved her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is also a certified yoga instructor and has continued her education in the world of movement and mobility. Ever since graduating university (as well as Herman and Wallace, The Institute of Clinical Excellence, and the Rocky Mountain Manual Therapy Institute) she is dedicated to making sure that new breakthroughs are implemented in all of the solutions she recommends to her patients.
On top of all that, Annie Niesen also works to make sure that each of her individual patients understands that she takes their health and wellness as seriously as they do. With fantastic bedside manner and an easy to get along with, outgoing personality; it should come as no surprise to anyone that many of her patients developed long-standing connections with her.