Christina Wipperman PT, NCS
Christina graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has been a PT for over 14 years and has worked with patients with neurological diagnoses for the majority of her career.
She has been a Neuro Clinical Specialist (NCS) since 2006, with special interest in the stroke and TBI populations. Christina obtained her Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) certification in 2006. Christina is certified in the use of the L300 device by Bioness. She serves in the weekly ALS Clinic and assisted with the ALS Certification. Christina was the recipient of the Mary Pat Murray Award in 2007 for her dedication to the Physical Therapy profession in Southeastern Wisconsin. She currently is an Adjunct Professor, teaching the Physical Therapy Adult Neuromuscular class for the fall semester at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Christina also speaks at a variety of community support groups, including ALS, Brain Tumor, and Acoustic Neuroma groups.
Away from the clinic, Christina enjoys traveling, camping and spending time with her friends and family.