Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin’s (OHOW) Nicolas Olson-Studler Becomes Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist
Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin (OHOW) is honored to announce that Cedarburg physical therapist Nicolas Olson-Studler, PT, DPT, has recently become a Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). This distinction offers him new insights and ways to serve patients, extending additional high-quality care that Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin is known for.
Orthopedic specialization within the physical therapy profession is a highly esteemed distinction governed by the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.
According to the APTA’s website, “The Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist uses advanced techniques and methods to assist the patient toward optimal function through corrective, adaptive, and prophylactic management of the neuromusculoskeletal system.”
Olson-Studler’s physical therapy expertise expands beyond orthopedic care. In addition to experience treating orthopedic conditions, he has unique expertise in treating vestibular and concussion-related injuries. Olson-Studler is dedicated to helping others achieve their highest quality of life through exercise and participating in activities that they enjoy. He believes in patient-centered care and uses a holistic approach to promote health and wellness. He has also recently taken on a position as an instructor in the UW-Milwaukee physical therapy program.
“We couldn’t be any more proud of Nico, he has worked hard to earn this distinction,” Cal Thomas, PT, DPT, OCS, OHOW Cedarburg Physical Therapy supervisor, said. “Nico has always sought to provide the most comprehensive, well-informed care for his patients. And board-certification is another testament to that fact.”
To earn this specialization, physical therapists must meet several application requirements and pass a rigorous examination. In achieving this impressive specialty, Olson-Studler has demonstrated his advanced knowledge, skills, and experience.
To learn more about Nicolas Olson-Studler, or to set up an appointment with him, visit his physical therapist profile on the OHOW website.