Diane Muenchow


Diane has a passion for treating patients with lumbar, pelvis and hip diagnoses as they intertwine with each other.  This enthusiasm includes athletes of all ages and she specifically enjoys treating females and those in the peri and post menopausal time of their lives.

To treat her areas of interest Diane has pursued extensive continuing education in visceral manipulation finding it has had a profound impact on a variety of patients.  She is looking forward to continuing to learn and grow her knowledge around female athletes and the role of hormonal health across the lifespan of the female athlete.  In addition to the her interest in the female athlete Diane uses her previous experience as a figure skater and dancer blending her knowledge of physical therapy to treat those athletes as well.

Diane received her degree from the University of Evansville where she was also a member of the Women’s Basketball team.  Following graduation she worked as a research assistant under the direction of Dr. Micheal Joyner in his physiology research lab.  She then complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from The Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences. After graduating Diane worked as a travel physical therapist exploring the United States from the Poconos of Pennsylvania to the mountains of Colorado and even as far as the shores of Hawaii.

Outside of the clinic, Diane resides in the south metro of the Twin Cities with her husband, two boys and their border collie poodle mix, Cooper.  The family enjoys supporting the local Minnesota teams, professional and collegiate, watching them on TV or in person.  When she has spare time she fills it with other passions including rollerblading, knitting, gardening and staying active at her local Crossfit gym.