Restore Physical Therapy P.A. | Therapy | Topeka, KS

Therapy at a Higher Standard

Serving Topeka and Northeast Kansas areas

Lisa is a graduate of the University of South Dakota with a BS in advertising and marketing. She started educating herself on nutrition in 1998 and eventually went to the New York School of Integrated Nutrition. She has background in many theories of nutrition, and she has a passion for getting food down to its original intent and educating people on how to truly eat healthy.

Lisa Regnier, Office Manager, Nutrition Coach

Sarah is a 2016 graduate of Washburn University with an Associates of Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has a BA in Kinesiology and is pursuing her Masters in Communication and Leadership. She is from Topeka and enjoys spending time with her dog, Tucker, Watching her Boyfriend play baseball and playing volleyball.

Sarah Vicory, CPTA

After an injury as a college football player, I was under the care of many different health professionals. But it was the care I received from a graduate assistant that made all the difference in my recovery. I went on to play two more years of productive football in strength and health due to his commitment. He seemed to care more than the other professionals although he was the least trained. This experience changed my life and lead me to my decision to become a physical therapist. I received my Masters in Physical Therapy from Whichita State University in 1995.

 

Having been a patient, I know the frustration of chronic pain. So, as a physical therapist I have always had a strong commitment to learn how to help people recover from injuries. Over the years, through continued education, I have learned a variety of techniques to become more efficient in doing so. My path has taken me to learn more about how to treat using manual therapies. Thus, I have developed a very hands-on approach to patient care. I combine manual therapies with exercise to restore proper strength and muscle balance in the body.

Paul Regnier, MPT owner

Elizabeth Riffel, CPTA

Elizabeth is a 2017 graduate of Washburn University with an Associates of Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has lived in 4 other states and is now enjoying Kansas and the lifestyle here, which includes boating on her pontoon. Elizabeth also loves being with her 5 children and 7 grandchildren.

Sarah Packard, CPTA

Sarah has been with Restore Physical Therapy since the summer of 2015. She began by working at the front desk while pursuing her education at Washburn University. Sarah Graduated with her Associates of Science as a Physical Therapy Assistant in 2018. Sarah grew up in Topeka and she loves dancing and spending time with her family - especially with her new baby girl born late April.

Patrick Herr

Patrick's fine photography has provided the scenic and relaxed atmosphere at Restore PT. His niche is to capture Kansas's seasonal beauty as well as some natural national landmark sites

Meet our Staff

Janelle is a 2014, graduate from Washburn University with an Associates of Science degree as a Physical Therapy Assistant.  A native Topekan, Janelle has a wonderful husband and a toddler son. Besides spending time with her family and her dog she loves to do house renovations, baking and decorating. Janelle has lived in Topeka her whole life & is also an extraordinary cook.

Janelle Matthews, CPTA

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Nicole Tempelmeyer, CPTA

Nicole is a 2015 graduate of Washburn University with an Associates of Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has 2 dogs, a St. Bernard and a Chiweenie who she's obsessed with. She is engaged to be married fall of 2019!

 

Bobbie McGirr

Bobbie wears many hats at Restore PT. She helps Lisa at the front desk, patient correspondence and many behind the scenes needs.

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Julie Haller - Haller Business Solutions

Juli is all things billing for Restore PT. She has been with us since our beginning.