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It is our duty to provide our patients with the very best care. From the first evaluation through the treatment process, you are part of our family! Our friendly staff are quick to build relationships and make our patients feel at home.


Linda Bergren PT

Director of Rehabilitation

Linda earned her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Wichita State over 30 years ago. Linda has worked in a variety of physical therapy settings with strong efficiency in outpatient therapy. Linda works hard to direct, supervise, encourage and support both staff and clients.

Rachel Miller DPT

Rachel recently graduated from Wichita State University in 2019 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She completed a wide variety of settings during her clinical rotations including outpatient, inpatient, skilled nursing, and pediatrics. Rachel enjoys treating all outpatient cases and has a special interest with postoperative rehab.

Jessica Giesen CPTA

Jessica received her Associates of Applied Science Degree to become a Physical Therapist Assistant, in 2014. She has clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics, inpatient and cardiac rehab. Jessica worked 2 years in Cardiac rehab where she was Advanced Cardiac Life Support  (ACLS) certified.


Troy Waltemath CPTA

Troy is a Co-Owner of PT Plus Physical Therapy and has been with the company for 17 years as a Certified Physical Therapy Assistant. He is a clinician on a regular basis in our Andover office. He enjoys treating Orthopedic patients, with his specialty being in shoulder and knee postoperative rehabilitation. He is also the Director of Marketing for the company and coordinates all the marketing for social networking media, and in person presentations for outside groups that are interested in physical health and wellness.

Korbyn Steadman DPT

Korbyn joined the PT Plus Andover team in 2020. He earned his DPT degree from KU Medical Center in
2015. Korbyn is certified in trigger point dry needling both levels I and II, ASTYM therapy, cupping
therapy, and also practices blood flow restriction (BFR) training.

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