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Ed Multerer, PT, is a UW Health physical therapist who treats people with a wide range of orthopedic (relating to bones, muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons) and spine conditions, such as back pain, neck pain and upper and lower extremity disorders. He also helps patients recover from hip, knee and shoulder surgery.
Using advanced manual (hands-on) and exercise-based techniques, Ed works to reduce his patients’ pain and improve their strength, mobility and range of motion. He has advanced training in manual therapy and is certified in dry needling, another technique used to reduce pain and muscle tightness.
Ed believes it’s important to build a strong alliance with his patients to help them feel better and meet their goals. During initial visits, Ed talks with patients about their symptoms and conducts a thorough evaluation. He then recommends specific exercises designed to treat each person’s particular impairments and deficits. He reassesses symptoms during follow-up visits and shows patients how to modify their exercises as needed.
During his free time, Ed enjoys golfing, biking, swimming and traveling with his family.
I partner with patients to reduce their pain and improve their ability to move well and live active, productive lives.
Education & credentials
- Concordia University, Mequon, WI