Scott is currently serving as a staff physical therapist and director of the Gundersen Medical Foundation’s Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program in Onalaska. Scott is a 1989 graduate of the Program in Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and has been a certified athletic trainer for more than 30 years, following completion of an internship program at Utah State University. He has served as lecturer and adjunct faculty at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Department of Physical Therapy. His clinical interests center on the treatment of lower extremity dysfunction with an emphasis on the use of clinical biomechanical evaluation techniques. Scott was honored with the Lynn Wallace Clinical Educator of the Year Award by the Sports Physical Therapy Section in 2007 and the Signe Brunnström Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching from the American Physical Therapy Association in 2011. He also was a member and served as chair of the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE) and continues to be active with residency and fellowship education as a member of the Accreditation Services Committee.
Associate Program Director
Ryan is currently serving as a staff physical therapist and associate director of the Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program for Gundersen Health System Sports Medicine in Onalaska. Ryan is a 2002 graduate of the Program in Physical Therapy at the Mayo School of Health-Related Sciences. He is a 2008 graduate of the Gundersen Medical Foundation Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program. Ryan has been board certified in sports physical therapy since 2009 and board certified in orthopedic physical therapy since 2012. His clinical interests are well rounded in both sports and orthopedic physical therapy. Ryan is active in the orthopedic certified specialist (OCS) exam development with the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS).
Residency/Fellowship Program Coordinator
Kerry grew up in rural Iowa and is a recent transplant from Chicago, where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in design in 2006 from Harrington College of Design. Spending 17 years in Chicago, she moved to the La Crosse area to be closer to family and the outdoors. Kerry is proud to work at Gundersen Health System. She is the residency and fellowship program coordinator for several programs in Medical Education, including the Sports Physical Therapy Residency.
"I find joy and fulfillment in working with learners and educators. The support that is offered for those on a team in any aspect of the patient care process, from administration to the residents and fellows, to the clinicians and educators, is amazing. Everyone is caring and genuinely has the patient experience at heart, but also those who support the providers and educators," Kerry says.
In her spare time, Kerry enjoys spending time with her partner, James, daughter, Matilda, and family, as well as baking cakes and hiking the trails in Hixon Forest and the Coulee Experimental Forests.
Dr. Davies is an internationally known speaker who has presented at hundreds of conferences on sports physical therapy and athletic training. He is a clinician, educator, speaker, researcher, author, editor and consultant. Dr. Davies has been involved in the clinical practice of sports physical therapy/athletic training for more than 55 years. He was one of the original co-founders and co-directors of the Sports Physical Residency Program at Gundersen Health System Sports Medicine. He also served as the president of the Sports Physical Therapy Section – APTA from 1992 to 1998.
Dr. Davies has been very active in the professional community and has earned many prestigious awards during his career for his contributions, including the 1994 recipient of the American Physical Therapy Association's prestigious Baethke-Carlin Award for Excellence in Academic Teaching. He also received the Hall of Fame Award - Sports Physical Therapy Section – APTA in 2006 and was elected into the SPTS-Hall of Fame. Dr. Davies won the National Athletic Trainers’ Association President's Challenge Award for Outstanding Contributions to Sports Medicine in 2007. He was the recipient of the Lifetime Education Achievement Award by the SPTS in 2013. Dr. Davies was also honored as the first non-Orthopaedic Surgeon to be elected into the AOSSM – Hall of Fame.
He has authored numerous textbooks, book chapters, journal articles and presentations. Dr. Davies worked at the 1980 Olympics in Moscow and the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City in the sports medicine polyclinic, as well as several venue sites as the field of play athletic trainer. The United States Olympic committees (USOC) Sports Medicine Division and Sports Medicine Advisory Committee selected him as a member of the USA Medical Staff for the 2008 Olympic/Paralympic Games in Beijing.
Teaching Coordinator-PT, UW-La Crosse
Dr. Reuteman is a clinical professor in the Program of Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. His primary teaching responsibilities include musculoskeletal examination and intervention principles, clinical decision-making and clinical radiology. He maintains an active clinical practice affiliated with Riverside Corporate Wellness in La Crosse. Dr. Reuteman is the co-founder of Specialized Physical Therapy Education and is the program director and instructor of their Orthopedic Residency Program. He also serves as faculty of Gundersen Health System Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program in Onalaska. His credentials include being a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist from the ABPTS, and he is credentialed through the McKenzie Institute and is a board-certified athletic trainer from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Dr. Reuteman recently received the College of Health Sciences Professional Achievement Award from Marquette University and is a two-time recipient of the Sports Medicine Teacher of the Year by the Gundersen Medical Foundation.