CoreActive is committed to employing highly-trained, experienced and compassionate Physical Therapy specialists to benefit the health and wellness of our clients.
We are grateful for the opportunity to work with you on your health journey!
Emily Block, P.T. is thrilled to be part of the CoreActive team. She has been practicing physical therapy across five different states since 2002, treating patients with orthopedic, neurologic and pelvic floor related conditions, sports related injuries, and post-surgical needs.
Emily’s expertise and passion lie at the intersection of orthopedics and pelvic physical therapy, with advanced training in treating pelvic pain and musculoskeletal impairments. In both Colorado and New York, she worked to establish pelvic physical therapy programs to serve this patient population. Her experience with obstetrics and childbirth while living in West Africa, in addition to her own pregnancies, fostered this deep interest associated with pregnancy and postpartum. As a multi-sport enthusiast, Emily is passionate about helping others stay active and reach their goals. She values one-on-one time to thoroughly evaluate and treat each patient applying manual techniques and tailored exercise programs.
When Emily is not working or refining her physical therapy skills through continuing education, she enjoys being active and can be found outdoors biking, hiking, running,
playing tennis and golf, or playing tag at a local playground with her husband and their two active children.
- Manual therapy training - North American Institute of Manual Therapy
- Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy - APTA
- Visceral Manipulation Training - The Barral Institute & Gail Wetzler, PT
- Integrated Systems Model Certificate with Diane Lee, PT
- Functional Dry Needling Certification - Kinetacore
2002- Masters of Physical Therapy Mayo School of Health Sciences Rochester, MN
1999- Bachelor of Arts in Biology (with distinction) St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN
Stacy Wepking, P.T., has been practicing in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy settings in southern Wisconsin since 2000. Stacy is experienced in manual therapy, evaluation and treatment of advanced orthopedic conditions, and has completed extensive training in Functional Dry Needling (FDN). Stacy enjoys working with individuals with post-surgical needs, sports-related/running injuries, myofascial dysfunction, and persistent pain conditions. Stacy has advanced training in manual therapy and enjoys utilizing a combination of approaches. Her philosophy focuses on freeing restrictions in joints and muscles prior to exercise to support function, normalize range of motion and flexibility, and reduce pain. She works tirelessly and energetically to promote optimal healing and to restore health, physical function and performance to the highest levels. Stacy is passionate about educating, empowering, and collaborating to create positive experiences.
In her time away from the clinic, Stacy enjoys time with family and watching her three children pursue academic, athletic and extra-curricular endeavors. She enjoys running, strength training, teaching group fitness classes, and being outdoors. She is an avid Badger athletics fan and enjoys volunteering at her children's elementary school whenever possible.
- Manual therapy training - McKenzie Institute
- Functional Dry Needling Certification - Evidence in Motion (EIM)
2000- Masters of Physical Therapy, Univ of WI - Madison
1998- Bachelor of Science Kinesiology-Exercise Science, Univ of WI - Madison
Julie Schmitt - Bio coming soon