Seriann attended the University of Mary where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2017 and her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2020. Seriann’s previous experience includes fieldwork in the rural outpatient setting, men’s and women’s health, NICU/acute care childrens, and children’s outpatient and bowel/bladder program. Seriann’s professional interests include working on biking skills and pediatric orthopedics. Seriann enjoys working with children because each one is a unique puzzle piece and brings their own attitude and skills to each session.
Seriann is originally from Wahpeton, ND. She loves to travel, spend time with her family at the lake, and to try new things.
Alexis received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Mary in Bismarck in 2016. Alexis’s professional interests include assessing children’s walking and running patterns (gait), orthotics and core mechanics. Alexis has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering; she loves nerding out with the angles and the forces that our bodies make.
Alexis is originally from Menoken, ND. She now lives back out there only a mile from the family farm. She has three young boys who keep her and her husband quite busy. In her spare time, her passions include: dad jokes, puns, running, audible books and excel.
Amanda received her Associates of Applied Science as a Physical Therapy Assistant from Lakes Area Technical Institute in 2016. Amanda’s professional interests include working with children to develop gross motor skills that address delays and neurological disorders. She loves the joy that comes from working with kids and making therapy a fun experience for everyone.
Amanda is originally from Wahpeton, ND. She loves to travel, read, and spend time with friends and family.
Laura received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Mary in 2014. Her previous experience includes work in acute care and pediatrics within the hospital setting. Her professional interests include working with children with neurological disorders, torticollis and plagiocephaly, toe walking/in-toeing, and children with gross motor delays. Laura is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Laura is originally from Elk River, Minnesota but currently resides in Grand Forks with her husband. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, running, hiking, boating, or any other outdoor activity.