Our Staff

Spinal Dynamics’ success comes from the passion, expertise and dedication of our staff. This includes an ongoing commitment to learning, an openness to new ideas, a desire to continually improve, and a willingness to challenge one another’s thinking. Members of our staff include:

Cindy Marti, PT

  • Founder (2003) and owner of Spinal Dynamics of Wisconsin, S.C.
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from UW-Madison, 1986
  • Specific interest in hip and sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and scoliosis
  • Certified in the Schroth Scoliosis Rehabilitation Method, 2005
  • Provider of sports rehabilitation to U.S. Speedskating team, 1995-2000
  • Sports evaluation consultant to Marquette University Men’s Basketball, 2005/2006
  • Certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling Techniques) through Myopain, 2011
  • Completed SEAS – Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis – Accreditation Program, 2013

Peter Arndt, DPT

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy at Concordia University of Wisconsin, 2012
  • Certified in the Schroth Scoliosis Rehabilitation Method, 2013
  • Complted SEAS – Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis, 2013
  • Specific interest in individualized care with an emphasis on manual therapy, specific exercise and motor control techniques to address the source of pain and dysfunction, and education to empower the patient.
  • Certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling Techniques) through Myopain, 2013

Bob Becker, PTA

  • Bachelor’s of Science from UW-La Crosse, 1973
  • Physical Therapy Assistant Degree from MATC, 1985
  • Specific interest in sports mechanics as related to spine and shoulder
  • Biomechanical analysis expertise for golf and throwing
  • Clinical instructor for MATC Physical Therapy Assistants

Ann Brophy, PT

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy, Marquette University, 1975
  • Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Hall of Fame Award, 2008
  • Former owner and founder of Competitive Edge Sports Medicine, 1986
  • Specific interests in fibromyalgia, injuries in performing artists (specifically dancers,) pelvic floor dysfunction, TMJ disorders, and spinal rehabilitation for Parkinson patients
  • Anatomy lab instructor for physical therapy program at Marquette University
  • Tai Chi instructor
  • Certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling Techniques) through Myopain, 2011

Meg Gogin, MPT

  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Indiana University, 1996
  • Master’s in Physical Therapy from UW-Madison, 2000
  • Certified in the Schroth Scoliosis Rehabilitation Method, 2007
  • Completed SEAS – Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis – Accreditation Program, 2012
  • Specific interest in foot orthotics, scoliosis, vertigo treatment (canalith repositioning), and spinal and lower extremity mechanical relationships
  • Certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling Techniques) through Myopain
  • Unique golf expertise in collaboration with husband, Dan Gogin, PGA

John Hojnacki, DPT

  • Bachelor’s of Science in physical therapy from UW Madison, 1987
  • Post-graduate Doctorate in Physical Therapy , Concordia University, 2007
  • Specific interest in manual therapy, weight training, nutrition, throwing and golf mechanics
  • Sports evaluation consultant to Marquette University Men’s Basketball, 2005
  • Maitland COMT in progress
  • Certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling Techniques) through Myopain, 2011
  • Consultant to SI Bone (Sacro-iliac Joint fusion company), 2011
  • Specialized training in specific motor control interventions for chronic and/or reoccurring musculoskeletal pain, 2013

Matthew Kinkade, DPT

  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Concordia University of Wisconsin, 2013
  • Continuing education and training focused on developing advanced manual therapy techniques and evaluation procedures
  • Completed the Institute in Physical Arts (IPA) training in functional mobilization techniques
  • Completed Core First Strategies, for treatment of low back pain
  • Completion of an evidence based, spinal manipulation and mobilization course
  • Certification in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling) through Myopain to be completed in early 2015

Christine Sena, PTChristine Sena

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Indiana University, 1996
  • Therapist for both Spinal and Body Dynamics
  • Specific interest in strength and conditioning (including focus on patients with lung and cardio-pulmonary disease)
  • Expertise in return to work rehabilitation
  • Specific intereste in yoga for rehabilitation and working with medically complex patients
  • Certified clinical instructor, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
  • Marquette University clinical instructor
  • Board-certified Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Clinical Specialist, APTA, 2004
  • Level 9 and high-school state champion gymnast, 1989-1992
  • Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) certification through JTECH, 2010
  • Certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling Techniques) through Myopain, 2012

Cheryl Timmer, MS, PT, OCS

  • Bachelor’s of Science from Marquette University, 1986
  • Master’s in Physical Therapy, University of Pittsburgh, 1988 – Thesis in Cycling Biomechanics
  • Body Dynamics therapist for all extremity and sports therapy
  • Expertise in video biomechanical analysis for running and cycling
  • Custom foot orthotics consultation and fitting
  • Physical Therapist for U.S. Speedskating, 1990-1993
  • Sports evaluation consultant to Marquette Men’s Basketball, 2005-2006
  • Special interest in gymnastics; physical therapist to US Olympic Gymnast and World Champion Chellsie Memmel and M&M Gymnastics

Meet Our Office Staff

Heather Erdman  
Office Coordinator

Kathy Zanon     
Billing Coordinator

Chris Hahn       
Business Manager