Lacie Kramer


Lacie is a compassionate and results-oriented physical therapist who aims to foster engagement and autonomy in her patients so they can achieve optimal health and wellness. She values teamwork and enjoys collaborating with others to better serve her patients. Lacie is determined to provide consistent and inclusive care to all patients. Her special interests include working with figure skating, hockey, and post-partum athletes.

As a former competitive figure skater, Lacie has a unique understanding of the physical and emotional demands of ice sports. While pursuing her education in Physical Therapy she coached figure skating and hockey skating skills. She especially enjoys working with figure skating and hockey patients in clinic and on the ice to help them return to full sport participation after injury or surgery.

Lacie graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a Bachelor degree in Science and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree at Concordia University St. Paul. Additionally, she completed training in Pelvic Health through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.

She completed post-doctoral sports residency training with Evidence in Motion in order to provide exemplary care for all levels of athletes. Throughout this program she worked closely with Minnetonka High School and Macalester College.