Dr. Jeny Bauer has been a physical therapist for 15 years. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Southwest State University in 2000, her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2002 from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, and finally a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2010. Her previous work experience in physical therapy includes time spent at Avera Marshall Regional Medical Center from 2002 to 2009, where she worked in outpatient, nursing home, hospital inpatient, and home care. She also worked at Southwest Minnesota Therapy from 2009 until joining our team in 2016. Jeny has also received additional education in spinal manipulation and kinesiotaping.
Though Jeny truly enjoys her job in physical therapy and the challenge of figuring out what is going on and how to fix it, she most enjoys working with patients who have back pain and sports injuries. Jeny resides in rural Lynd with her husband and three children. In her free time, she enjoys working in the garden, reading, and doing home renovation projects.
Dr Roper is a family medicine doctor from Baudette, MN. She has been in practice for more than 30 years. She will provide full range of services, from prescribing drugs to performing surgery, and will use the latest medical tools.
She believes that all parts of the body work together and influence one another. Dr Roper’s whole person approach to medicine is focused on looking beyond your symptoms to understand how lifestyle and environmental factors impact your wellbeing. She will encourage and teach patients how to prevent illness and injury by maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Amanda Kittelson PA-C, is originally from Wabasso where she grew up wearing maroon and gold as a Wabasso Rabbit. She is a graduate from Wabasso High school, completed her undergraduate degree at North Dakota State University, Fargo, and earned her Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.
Amanda’s desire to practice medicine came after the injury of her father. He suffered a traumatic brain injury after a fall while working. Amanda and her family spent countless hours in the hospital and rehabilitation units while her father recovered. She saw first hand the impact the medical professionals had on her father and family. She became interested in medicine at that time and has remained passionate about providing care that will positively impact the lives of her patients.
Amanda started practicing in Fargo, ND after graduating from PA school. She then moved to Minnesota in 2014 to be closer to family. She is excited to be in her hometown and give back to the community. Amanda enjoys spending time at home with her husband, Cody, and their four children, Lyla, Cameron, Brackstan, and Lydia. She also enjoys cooking, baking, and attending Wabasso High School events. She provides care to all ages and enjoys all aspects of family medicine and acute care.