Trevor Harting, Physical Therapist
Trevor Harting’s interest in physical therapy began when he was a young patient injured playing high school football. While completing his rehabilitation work at a local clinic, he began volunteering as a PT aide. He pursued an education in the field, including a Bachelor’s in Exercise Physiology from the University of Minnesota and a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the College of St. Scholastica.
Trevor worked as a student athletic trainer for several of the University of Minnesota athletic teams and continues that passion with his current work with local high schools and the Central Lakes College athletic department.
In addition to sports medicine, Trevor specializes in chronic pain, headaches, and orthopedic surgeries and is trained in osteopathic physical therapy, mobilizations, manual therapy, and myofascial release.
Outside of work, Trevor enjoys spending time with his wife Jennifer and three children, Ellie, Luke, and Sam, coaching their soccer, football, and basketball teams when he can. He and his family love living in the Lakes area and enjoy all the wonderful outdoor activities that it offers.
Aleatha Knopf, Physical Therapist Assistant
Aleatha Knopf became interested in the field of physical therapy when her grandfather was diagnosed with cancer. Aleatha assisted in his range of motion and positioning and observed how physical therapy helped in his treatment.
She went on to pursue an Associates in Applied Science PTA Degree at Northwest Technical College in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Aleatha is Lymphedema Certified and trained in myofascial release, pool therapy, and orthopedic therapy.
Aleatha enjoys spending time with her husband Wayne and three children, Marissa, Karli, and Devin. Their favorite family activities are camping and fishing.
Curt Brown, Physical Therapist
Curt is a graduate of the College of St. Scholastica’s Physical Therapy Program and has more than 25 years’ experience in orthopedic, surgical, and neurological rehabilitation. Curt is a Certified Clinical Instructor.
Curt’s physical therapy practice now focuses on orthopedic injuries, sports medicine, and prevention exercise and fitness programs for all ages. In his sports medicine work, he has covered football, cross-country skiing, and hockey for area high schools.
Curt is a long-time resident of the Brainerd area and enjoys spending time with his family. His interests outside of PT include hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing, and cycling in the beautiful Lakes area.
Sara Kneisl, Physical Therapist
Sara Kneisl became interested in the field of physical therapy as a high school student athlete when an injury resulted in surgery and rehabilitation. She began interning at the Tri-County Hospital in Wadena while still in high school and later pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the College of St. Scholastica.
Sara has received training in osteopathic therapy, myofascial release, and manual therapy techniques; she specializes in sports medicine, pediatrics, orthopedic surgeries, and chronic pain treatment.
Sara continues to be involved in sports, participating in recreational softball and volleyball leagues. She loves hunting and other outdoor activities.
Sarah Lundy, Physical Therapist
Sarah Lundy was introduced to the field of physical therapy as patient when in junior high school. She began working as a physical therapy aide in college and pursued a Bachelor’s in Biology from the College of St. Catherine and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the College of St. Scholastica.
Sarah has a diverse background in PT including work in an inpatient setting. She is trained in osteopathic physical therapy and myofascial release as well as pre- and post-natal PT. She is currently pursuing a certification in Obstetric Physical Therapy.
Sarah is originally from Brainerd and she and her husband Tanner are happy to be raising their two daughters, Sophia and Katherine, in the beautiful Lakes area. Sara enjoys keeping busy with family and enjoying the many benefits of this region -- skiing, boating, skating, hiking, biking, and running. She looks forward to her girls’ involvement in swimming lessons, All-Comers Track Meets, and other area events.
Sarah is an avid runner and hopes to participate in additional triathlons and marathons in the future.
Andrew Hadrich, Physical Therapist
Andrew Hadrich graduated from the College of St. Scholastica with a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy in 2010. During his time at St. Scholastica, Andrew worked as the graduate Functional Anatomy and Neuroscience Teacher’s Assistant and served a two-year term on the College’s Board of Trustees.
Andrew chose to pursue a career in physical therapy for the complex yet rewarding nature of the profession. He finds great satisfaction in helping an injured patient feel better and get back to his/her prior level of function as well as helping patients overcome chronic pain conditions. Andrew’s specific interests in physical therapy are in outpatient private practice, and he specializes in sports medicine, acute and chronic back and neck pain, general orthopedics, vestibular rehabilitation, and concussion rehabilitation.
Andrew joined Select Therapy’s clinical team in 2010. He currently oversees Select Therapy’s Pierz Clinic and administers Pierz High School’s sports medicine program.
Andrew is happily married to his wife Michelle, and has a young golden retriever named Tikka. In addition to spending time with his family, Andrew is an avid fisherman and hunter and enjoys all outdoor sports and activities.
DeLaine Bartishofski, Physical Therapist Assistant
DeLaine Bartishofski became interested in the field of physical therapy while working with a precious little girl named Ashley. After observing how much therapy helped Ashley and her family, she decided to pursue a career in the field.
DeLaine holds an Applied Science PTA Degree from Bishop State Community College in Mobile, Alabama. She is trained in myofascial release, massage, and kinesiotaping.
Delaine has been happily married for 29 years and has three wonderful children and five grandchildren. Outside of work, she enjoys riding Harley, her church, fishing, camping, and working in her yard.
Jacqueline Wiechmann, Certified Athletic Trainer
Jacqueline Wiechmann is a Certified Athletic Trainer working at Select Therapy’s Baxter facility as well as at the Central Lakes College. Jacqueline received her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Athletic Training as well as a Bachelor’s in Physical Education, Exercise Science and Wellness from the University of North Dakota. She then travelled to western Kansas and Fort Hays State University to pursue her Master’s in Health and Human Performance: Movement and Sports Studies.
Ever since she was little, Jacqueline has loved helping people. As she grew, so did her love of sports and exercise. In college, she learned more about Athletic Training and knew that this field which involves both taking care of others and sports was a perfect fit for her.
When Jacqueline is not working or attending sporting events, she is usually running, working out, or spending time on the boat in the summer. She enjoys just about anything that involves being outdoors and relaxing with friends and family.