Dr. Madison Schadler, PT, DPT
- Sterling College – 2016
- Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and Health Science
- University of Kansas Medical Center – 2020
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Neurologic Conditions
- Geriatric Care
- Orthopedic Aftercare
Madison is from Mount Hope, Kansas. She was introduced to physical therapy after an ankle injury in high school. From then on, Madison discovered a passion for.rehabilitation. She started her education at Sterling College where she received her Bachelor of Science degree and ran cross country and track. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Lawrence, Kansas with her husband and began her time at the University of Kansas Medical Center’s physical therapy program in Kansas City. Madison and her husband were anxious to move back to Wichita and start their careers. In her free time she enjoys spending time with friends and family, taking her pup on walks, working out, as well as volunteering at Younglife and within her local church.
Madison believes in patient-centered, whole body care that focuses on the person, physically and emotionally. She is honored to be a part of one’s rehab journey and knows the importance of individualistic care to reach desired goals. Whether these goals include getting back to daily living after surgery, learning how to manage one’s chronic condition, or getting back to that competitive sport, she is excited to be a part of the process. Madison enjoys working with people of all ages and plans on furthering her certifications within geriatric care and neurologic conditions.