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Matthew Agen, PT, DPT, CLT, LMT, Center Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE)

Dry needling, vestibular rehabilitation and lymphedema

Bachelor of Music, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

Provider Bio:
Matt began his career as a physical therapist in 2016, upon graduating with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee (UWM). He began working in home care in the Wausau area and then moved back to his childhood home of Seymour, where he continued in home care in the Fox Valley. In late 2019, Matt joined the therapy team at Anna John Resident Centered Care Community (AJRCCC) in Oneida, where he works both with nursing home residents and in the tribal outpatient clinic. His love of human anatomy, teaching others about their bodies and helping people to heal, come together in his practice of physical therapy.

Matt is the Center Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE) at AJRCCC, bringing DPT and PTA students to Oneida for their clinical internships. He also teaches courses in human biology and anatomy at Fox Valley Technical College and is part of the clinical faculty at Bellin College, working hands-on with DPT students in the clinic and as a teaching assistant in the cadaver lab. He has frequently guest lectured on lymphedema at his alma mater, UWM, and has served on the advisory board of the DPT program at the University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point since 2020.

Matt loves to run for exercise, but he didn’t always! When he first started, he felt like it was torture. But he found a good running buddy who encouraged him to keep going. Finally, after about 3 months of it, he started to run farther and experience the endorphins (the “runner’s high”). That was all he needed, and then he was hooked! He’s been running for fun ever since and has competed in races in Wisconsin, Texas and New York City.

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