If you have been to a youth soccer game in Ashland in the last few years, you’ve probably seen Stephanie Wilson or something that she has touched. As the Director of the Chequamegon Bay Soccer Club, she has spent a lot of time working to make our area soccer teams the best they can be. Stephanie brings that same passion to her work as a physical therapist and co-owner of Wilson Physical Therapy on a daily basis seeing patients with aliments from sore ankles and backs to knee replacement therapy. “I enjoy the personal interaction that I get to have with every individual. It is very rewarding to use the skill and knowledge that I have gained to make a difference in the quality of someone’s life.
Originally from Duluth area, Steph graduated with a master’s degree on physical therapy from the College of St Scholastica. She and her husband Aaron moved to Ashland in 2000 with their son Alex, and made the jump to business owner in 2012. Since then they added daughter Haillee to the family and watched the business grow. Stephanie sees patients with all kinds of ailments, but specializes in TMJ management and working with amputees.