Tami Kobienia

PT, MA

I am creative, curious and love to learn. I am passionate about physical therapy and consider it my calling.  I love to achieve and push myself. I enjoyed exercise and athletics as a teen and young adult and naturally fell into an orthopedics and sports medicine clinic setting after graduating from PT school.  In 2006 I took professional coursework in Vestibular Rehabilitation- the evaluation and treatment of dizziness and imbalance and I was hooked. Since then, I have specialized as a balance therapist, using a blend of vestibular and orthopedic rehab.    Vestibular therapy can provide rapid relief for those with vertigo and restore a patient's balance abilities allowing them to get back to their daily life, job, and recreational activities.  This therapy has also been shown to play a significant role in the rehabilitation of concussions and has brought me back full circle, working with athletes and those who sustain a concussion.

Outside of the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my family and pets, following my children's athletic pursuits and have been known to knit in the stands at sporting events.    

  • B.A. (Bachelor Of Arts) in Health Sciences- College of Saint Scholastica. 

  • M.A. (Master Of Arts) in Physical Therapy- College of Saint Scholastica.