AJ Sobrilsky, DPT, OCS

AJ Sobrilsky, DPT, OCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Orthopedic Clinical Specialist / Climbing Lab

AJ Sobrilsky, DPT, OCS specializes in the rehabilitation and prevention of orthopedic sports-related injuries with a specific interest in the management of tendinopathies and overuse complaints in the upper and lower extremities. AJ received his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Carroll University (Waukesha, WI). Following the completion of his DPT degree he participated in an Orthopedic Residency through Evidence in Motion at Bellin Health in Green Bay, WI providing him with advanced training in orthopedic manual therapy, clinical decision-making, and patient-centered treatment. Following completion of his residency, AJ became an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) through the American Physical Therapy Board Association.

AJ has been a lifelong athlete, competing in cross-country and track through college and then racing competitively collegiately. As a result of his personal experiences and passions, AJ has focused a great deal of his continued education and clinical development around the athletic individual with an emphasis on running, skiing, and climbing-related injuries. AJ has had the opportunity to provide care for an array of athletic populations including youth sports teams, high school and collegiate athletes, and those competing at professional and Olympic levels.

AJ’s treatment philosophy emphasizes a collaborative patient-centered approach. As an active outdoor athlete himself, he feels that he is able to understand, empathize, and know exactly what his patients are experiencing because he has likely experienced similar complaints himself. This allows him to structure a unique program around the patient’s goals, supported by current best evidence, and coupled with specialized exercise/techniques. AJ hopes to educate his patients on their current issues and provide them with the best course of treatment to return to their previous/desired level of activity. AJ feels strongly about the benefits of lifelong exercise and activity and thus emphasizes a model of care to harness a lasting relationship with his patients so that they can rely on him in the pursuit of their current activity goals and those they may have in the future.

When AJ isn’t working, he is usually pursuing his next adventure: rock climbing, skiing, mountain biking, or trail running with his dog Jackson.