Nicole Coderre, MPT, DPT

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Nicole Coderre, MPT, DPT

Staff Physical Therapist

  • Northern Illinois University: Bachelor of Science, Finance
  • Northwestern University: Master of Physical Therapy
  • Northwestern University: Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Additional Information:

  • Developed and instructed numerous courses on the Foot and Ankle
  • Developed and instructed in-services on Total Knee Replacements
  • Developed and instructed numerous courses on Modalities
  • Body Mechanics Training
  • Extensive Manual Therapy coursework
  • Muscle Energy Techniques
  • Stroke Rehabilitation and Neurological Dysfunction
  • Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Dysfunction

Nicole has been a physical therapist since 2000. She has experience in outpatient orthopedics, inpatient rehabilitation, sub-acute, and outpatient rehabilitation. Her diverse experience allows her to successfully treat a wide range of patients. She has a special interest in using manual therapy to restore function and believes in addressing the cause of a person’s pain and dysfunction, not just the symptoms.

“I have always been passionate about health and nutrition and taking care of the most important gift we are given…our bodies. I truly believe patients achieve the best functional outcomes by treating the whole person: body, mind and spirit. I always knew I wanted to be a physical therapist but took a short detour into the world of Finance before I was able to realize my dream. I could not be happier working as a physical therapist as I have the opportunity to help people restore function, achieve their goals and maximize their quality of life.”

When Nicole is not working, she spends her time at her two daughters’ sporting events and dance recitals, teaching religious education, running the streets of her neighborhood and working out at a boot camp. She also enjoys walks with her husband and their Cavapoo, Fozzie Bear.

“The greatest reward of being a physical therapist is helping patients restore their health, whether it is increasing mobility, strength, endurance or balance, overcoming fears, increasing confidence in their abilities, trusting their bodies or simply believing in themselves again.”

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