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Ms. Kristine M. Hallisy

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Phone: (608) ***-****  HQ Phone
Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association
3510 East Washington Ave
Madison , Wisconsin 53704
United States

Company Description: WPTA is a professional membership association serving physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, physical therapy students, and retired members of these...   more

Employment History


  • DScPT program
    Andrews University
  • BS degree , Physical Therapy
    UW-Madison School of Medicine
  • Bachelor of Science degree , Physical Therapy
    UM-Ann Arbor
  • Bachelor of Science degree , Physical Therapy
  • Doctorate of Science , Physical Therapy
    Andrews University
  • MS
  • Master of Science , Kinesiology
  • Master of Science , Kinesiology
    University of Michigan , Ann Arbor
  • Master's of Science degree , Kinesiology
    UM-Ann Arbor
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Director Kristi Hallisy
Health & Wellness Committee Gwyn Straker and Kristi Hallisy Legislative Action Committee Brett Roberts Membership Committee Deb Urben
WPTA Leadership - Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association - [cached]
Director Kristi Hallisy
Health & Wellness Committee Gwyn Straker and Kristi Hallisy Legislative Action Committee Brett Roberts Membership Committee Deb Urben
Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association [cached]
Kristi Hallisy is a faculty associate at the University of Wisconsin's Physical Therapy Program and teaches musculoskeletal coursework.She practices at the UWHC Princeton Club East outpatient orthopaedic PT clinic and is currently enrolled in a manual therapy DScPT program at Andrews University.
The Why Files [cached]
Tai chi, an ancient Chinese system of meditative movement, fulfills the national guidelines for physical activity, says Kristi Hallisy, an assistant professor of physical therapy at UW-Madison. "We know that people with chronic pain should do aerobic exercise, and also neuromuscular training" to improve communication between the central nervous system and the muscles. Balance problems tend to abate from the standing postures in tai chi, she adds.
Since chronic pain emerges from brains that are overly sensitive to pain, Hallisy says, "By getting somebody in a total body movement program, they can potentially start to remap the brain."
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