Staff

We are incredibly fortunate to have a diverse, well-rounded, highly knowledgeable and expertly trained staff here at the Marquette University Physical Therapy Clinic. Our physical therapists are all graduates of Marquette’s Physical Therapy program and have done extensive postgraduate training. Our staff greatly value their roles not only as clinicians, but clinical instructors and educators to the many Marquette physical therapy students who spend time in the clinic. We are privileged to be able to provide one-on-one, evidenced-based, expert care to the Marquette and greater Milwaukee communities.

The benefit of treatment at Marquette University

Being a part of an academic institution and affiliated with one of the top-ranked Doctor of Physical Therapy programs (3rd by StartClass.com and 15th by U.S. News & World Report). Our clinicians and student interns are up-to-date on best practice, evidenced-based care and emerging research in the world of physical therapy. Our therapists also have access to award-winning researchers and educators throughout the College of Health Sciences and Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Because of this, we are able to provide expert care to all of our patients.

Working with Students

The Marquette Physical Therapy Clinic is privileged to accept student interns from Marquette’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Students complete internships during their second and third years of the three-year doctoral program and their time in the clinic ranges from four to 10 weeks. All student interns treat under direct supervision of a licensed physical therapist. Patients are always notified before treatment begins if they will have an opportunity to work with students. Contributing to a student’s learning is greatly rewarding, however our therapists are very understanding should a patient request to not work with a student.


Staff Directory

Jeffrey Wilkens, PT, DPT, OCS

Jeffrey Wilkens

Jeff is the clinic director of the Marquette Physical Therapy Clinic. Jeff manages our clinic and a patient caseload. Jeff teaches courses in the Marquette Physical Therapy program including Introduction to PT and he is a lab instructor for both Physiology of Activity and the Orthopedic courses. Jeff uses his expertise to treat a variety of injuries. He enjoys working with runners, leg injuries and shoulder patients.


Susana Arciga, PT, OCS, CFMT

Susana Arciga

Susana approaches treatment with a very hands-on style in exercise instruction, postural correction and education. She loves to empower her patients with exercise programs that are suitable and realistic, providing tools to help them self-manage when they are outside of physical therapy or done with treatment. Susana appreciates the variety of patients she sees and loves focusing on their individual goals. Susana is able to provide differing care based on patient needs.


Albojay Deacon, PT, DPT, OCS

Albojay Deacon

Albojay uses an all-inclusive treatment style by looking at the whole body as a system. Due to this interest, Albojay enjoys treating low back pain because of the multiple joint interactions. He loves being in the university environment and every day getting to meet another extraordinary person whether it’s faculty, students or someone from the Milwaukee community. A quality that makes Albojay great at what he does is his ability to provide patients with a detailed explanation of their condition.


Dr. Tina Stoeckmann, PT, DSc, MA

Tina Stoeckmann

Tina provides neurologic physical therapy in addition to her teaching responsibilities at Marquette. She is able to provide expert advice and care for patients suffering from concussion, head injury, spinal cord injury, vestibular dysfunction as well as other assaults to their nervous system. She enjoys the challenge of addressing complex motor control problems that affect people’s daily function, and the potential impact on someone’s life and independence.


Hannah Moody, LAT

Hannah Moody

Hannah provides outstanding evaluation, patient education, injury prevention and rehabilitation to patients of all ages requiring multiple approaches in management from musculoskeletal injuries to concussions. Hannah enjoys providing the patient understanding of biomechanics, their ailment and whole-body approaches for management. Hannah’s unique position here at Marquette allows her the opportunity to share her multidisciplinary knowledge and passion with students, faculty and community members.


Cynthia Shephardson

Cynthia Shepheardson

Cindi works for our front desk and manages patient scheduling. Cindi offers helpful advice and makes sure that all our patients are taken care of. Call her today at (414) 288-1400 if you would like to schedule an appointment.


Maggie Grossman

Maggie Grossman

Maggie has been in charge of our billing department since November 2016 but has worked in the medical field for over six years. In that time, she has primarily worked in private practices where her responsibilities ranged from scheduling to front-desk duties to insurance billing and collections. In our clinic, Maggie contacts insurance companies and communicates benefits to patients. She is the behind-the-scenes savior who makes the clinic run smoothly.


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Phone

Telephone: (414) 288-1400
Fax: (414) 288-6079

Email

ptclinic@marquette.edu

Address

604 N. 16th Street, Room 215
Milwaukee, WI 53233

OPEN HOURS

Monday: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Hours may vary depending on therapist. Please call for assistance.