Paulette (Pauley) Reveiz Thompson - MPT

 
Paulette (Pauley) Reveiz Thompson - MPT

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My Areas of Practice
My treatment approach is patient centered and collaborative that begins with manual therapy progressing to more exercise and functional training in which I constantly reassess and make changes accordingly.  My favorite part of my job occurs when I put the patient at ease and give them a sense of empowerment.  I enjoy all aspects of orthopedics and the many different populations that it entails (sports, geriatric, weekend warrior, etc). I have a particular interest in spinal dysfunction (cervical, thoracic and lumbar facet joint pain, SI joint dysfunction, rib dysfunction, and nerve root pain, etc.).   In addition, I enjoy treating neurological conditions including stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, and Vestibular Dysfunction.  Since graduating in 1999, I have had the opportunity to take my post graduate educational classes from the following institutions/individuals:  Neuro Orthopedic Institute, Ola Grimsby, Great Lakes Seminars, Maitland, Institute of Physical Art, International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine, Mark Bookhout, and many more.   

General Information

Gender: Female

Practicing Since: 1999

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Services

Practices at

Maple Grove Rehab Services
9827 Maple Grove Pkwy. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369

Education & Certifications

Masters of Physical Therapy:

University of Iowa

 


Physical Therapy

 


Iowa City, IA

 


1999


Research & Publications

Kathleen Sluka, Mark Judge, Michele McColley, Pauley Reveiz, Bethany Taylor; Low Frequency TENS is less effective than high frequency TENS at reducing inflammation-induced hyperalgesia in morphine tolerant rats.  European Journal of Pain, 2000 4:185-193

Personal

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my two young sons and husband.  In addition, I love exercising, participating in new fitness challenges or small races, and being with friends and other family.