Dr. Anne Lamb, DPT, MSHCA

President

 

 

Education
Doctorate of Physical Therapy (May 2013)

College of St. Catherine , Duluth MN; Physical Therapy

Masters of Science (August 1985)
University of St. Francis, Joliet IL; Healthcare Services Administrations

Bachelors of Science (May 1979)
University of Wisconsin, Madison,WI; Physical Therapy

 

During the last few years, Dr. Lamb has attended national conferences on incontinence, weight training, strain/counter strain, cranio sacral, visceral mobilization and Brian Mulligan courses.  Dr. Lamb has attended numerous business meetings on a national level to focus on keeping In Touch Physical Therapy the most progressive and in depth therapy office in the area.  Always reviewing and updating, Dr. Lamb also has articles in the local newspaper two to three times a month.

 

Experience
Dr. Lamb has more than 36 years of experience as a physical therapist and 18 years as a business owner of In Touch Physical Therapy. She worked in the Metro area for ten years during which time she designed and opened two new clinics, and expanded Fridley’s Noran Neurological Clinic. Dr. Lamb moved to Owatonna in 1993, and worked at HealthReach in Albert Lea, before beginning In Touch Physical Therapy in November, 1996. She has been very involved in federal and local advocacy. Since 2003, Dr. Lamb has traveled to Washington, D.C. every year to meet with legislators to work on Medicare legislation. She continues to work on repealing the Medicare cap, so clients have the right to physical therapy in private practice facilities.

 

Licensure
Minnesota Physical Therapy License
Member of the Private Practice Section
Certified Weight Trainer
Past Board Member of the Steele County Safety Council
American Physical Therapy Association Member
American Red Cross – CPR
ATRI Certified
ASTYM Certified

 

Interests
The joys of raising four children keeps Dr. Lamb busy and she is very involved with the community. Dr. Lamb has coached competitive swimming, served on the PTA, and participates in a variety of recreational activities, including three yearly triathlons. She offers free seminars to the community to educate them on their healthcare needs such as neck, back and stress as examples. She is also an active member of the Owatonna Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club.