Brian Weber DPT, CMFT, FFMT, FAFS, FMR, NG360 GPS, FAAOMPT
Doctor of Physical TherapyFounder
“A high functioning, healthy body is the gateway to living your best life and making lasting memories with the ones you love.
It is a privilege to be able to partner with our clients to help guide them on their unique journey in discovering what they are capable of doing when their body isn’t defined or controlled by pain.”
- Certified Functional Manual Therapist* (CFMT), Institute of Physical Arts
- Fellow Function Manual Therapy* (FFMT), Institute of Physical Arts
- Fellow of Applied Functional Science* (FAFS), Gray Institute
- Functional Manual Reaction (FMR), Gray Institute
- Nike Golf Performance Specialist (NG 360 GPS), Gray Institute
- Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT),
- Associate Faculty – Institute of Physical Art
- Adjunct Faculty, Concordia University, St. Paul (2013-2018)
*Prestigious International Credential
- University of Iowa; Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Winona State University; B.S. Biology (Summa Cum Laude)
Brian grew up on his family’s third generation dairy farm in western Wisconsin. He was active in sports, including high school football, basketball, baseball and college football. It was through his own multiple sports related injuries, subsequent surgeries, and rehabilitation programs that he was introduced to physical therapy and discovered his passion for helping others stay physically healthy, active, and confident.
Brian launched Physical Therapy in 2019 with a vision of providing world-class professional services to Woodbury and the greater Twin Cities Metro Area. His elite credentials, unique training, and advanced skills are distinctive and trusted throughout the region.
Brian enjoys an active lifestyle with his wife Julie and their dog, Moose. Brian enjoys participating in a variety of recreational sports, including hiking, camping, cross country skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, golfing and fishing.
Alexa Miesbauer PT, DPT
“I look forward to walking beside you in your journey as we discover the root causes of your symptoms, and work together to rebuild a body ready for action!”
- Pelvic Health Training, APTA, Hermann and Wallace, Core Exercise Solutions
- Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist (PCES)
- The Running Clinic Certified Professional
- Functional Dry Needling
- University of Mary; Doctor of Physical Therapy
Before moving to MN, Alexa lived in South Dakota where she began her career as a traveling physical therapist. Gaining a wide range of experience working in both smaller rural hospital and larger urban orthopedic settings allowed her to realize her preference for a smaller outpatient clinic with more time working one-on-one with patients.
Alexa has always loved the human body in motion and is passionate about helping others achieve health and mobility throughout their lifetime. She is a caring provider who recognizes that being healthy is more than a physical state of wellbeing. Alexa is especially passionate about assisting people with pelvic health conditions. Through her own pregnancy and postpartum experience, she has come to believe that women deserve more in their care, driving her to obtain advanced training in pregnancy and postpartum physical therapy. Alexa believes the human body has an incredible ability to heal and adapt, and the right facilitation can help people to move and feel their best.
As a busy mom herself, Alexa recognizes the benefit of maximizing in-clinic time with a multi-dimensional treatment approach. She blends hands on treatment, symptom specific strategies and education, and exercise prescription to promote a full system recovery from which she is able to teach and empower her patients.
When not in the clinic, Alexa can be found playing with her young children, weightlifting, gardening, watching her husband coach football, or traveling back to South Dakota to visit family.
Shani Johnson PT, DScPT, COMT
“My treatment approach embodies the knowledge that we are uniquely and wonderfully created inside and out. It is a privilege to work with clients in discovering the source of dysfunction and in building a solid foundation to a healthy system, to live life to its fullest!”
- Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist*, North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT)
- Pelvic health training, APTA, Hermann and Wallace, Barnes
- Chronic Pain
- Kinesio Tape* KT 1 & 2
*Prestigious International Credential
- Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy, Andrews University
- Master of Physical Therapy, University of Iowa
- B.A., Psychology, University of Nebraska
Since becoming a Physical Therapist, Shani has had great fun practicing in a variety of settings including subacute, skilled nursing, transitional, outpatient and women’s health. Most recently, she owned and operated her own outpatient Physical Therapy clinic in Wisconsin for over 18 years.
In addition to seeing patient’s at KINECIO Physical Therapy, Shani is a full time Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at Concordia University, where she is the lead instructor for the musculoskeletal sequence and developed and teaches the women’s health course. Dr. Johnson has provided advanced clinical education to licensed physical and occupational therapists both locally and nationally. Previously Dr. Johnson served as adjunct faculty for the Physical Therapy program at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth.
Shani understands the importance of physical therapy integral in the challenges that are ever present in the health care system today. She plays an active role as a member of the APTA, WPTA, Academy of Pelvic Health, Orthopedic, Sports, Educational and the Private Practice Sections.
Humor is part of Shani, so laughter is eminent. She also enjoys outdoor activities, spending time with her husband and two dogs, cooking and textile ‘crafting’.