Tracy received her Bachelor of Science from Ohio State University in 1980 and her Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 1985. In 1994 Tracy completed her athletic training certification and held the title of head athletic trainer at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin until 1998. Tracy worked in a variety of settings with most of  her experience in sports and orthopedic physical therapy. Tracy completed a variety of post-graduate work in the areas of the shoulder, knee and spine. She also taught several courses on knee and shoulder dysfunction. She was an active member of the national and state physical therapy and athletic training organizations. 

Tracy received her Bachelor of Science from Ohio State University in 1980 and her Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 1985. In 1994 Tracy completed her athletic training certification and held the title of head athletic trainer at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin until 1998. Tracy worked in a variety of settings with most of  her experience in sports and orthopedic physical therapy. Tracy completed a variety of post-graduate work in the areas of the shoulder, knee and spine. She also taught several courses on knee and shoulder dysfunction. She was an active member of the national and state physical therapy and athletic training organizations. 

Tracy enjoyed spending time with her husband and their four children. She was originally from Ohio and saw patients in our Appleton North clinic. Tracy was a vibrant, caring person who so positively impacted the lives of all that she touched. She could always be counted on to bring humor to any situation. Her deep pride for her profession was reflected in countless testimonials by her patients and the friendships she fostered with them. Tracy taught us all to live our lives to the fullest each and every day. The smile on her face always put a smile on ours.  Tracy passed away from cancer in early 2010.

Tracy enjoyed spending time with her husband and their four children. She was originally from Ohio and saw patients in our Appleton North clinic. Tracy was a vibrant, caring person who so positively impacted the lives of all that she touched. She could always be counted on to bring humor to any situation. Her deep pride for her profession was reflected in countless testimonials by her patients and the friendships she fostered with them. Tracy taught us all to live our lives to the fullest each and every day. The smile on her face always put a smile on ours.  Tracy passed away from cancer in early 2010.

Tracy was recognized in 2009 by the Wisconsin Physical Therapists Association as the Physical Therapist of the Year Award, posthumously.  This was presented in recognition of her professionalism, compassion, and technical skill. 



We also would like to dedicate this page in loving memory to Nancy Meulemans, who entered heaven on April 17th, 2013.