Rebecca Dahlberg, MSOP, CPO, is a 2007 graduate from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse and holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology with a minor in art. It was through a passion for helping people have a greater quality of life that lead her to pursue physical therapy, originally. While attending Century College to work on prerequisites for graduate school, she was drawn to orthotics and prosthetics, which combines patient care with hands-on, “artful” techniques. This led to Rebecca completing the Orthotic and Prosthetic Clinical Applications program at Century College and pursuing a Master’s degree. Rebecca graduated from the Concordia University Master of Orthotics and Prosthetics program in 2018.
Rebecca joined Twin Cities Orthopedics in 2015 in the roles of orthotic technician and prosthetic assistant while in the O & P programs and went on to complete her residency with TCO. She currently is pleased to be working with her orthotic and prosthetic patients at the Woodbury and Edina locations.
Rebecca strives to listen to the patient’s primary needs and develop the optimal treatment and rehabilitation plan. “I love that every day I can partner with my patients to help them achieve their health and mobility goals.”
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse (2007)
Master of Science in Orthotics & Prosthetics (MSOP), Concordia University, St. Paul (2018)
Certified Prosthetist Orthotist (CPO) by the American Board for Certification (ABC)