RehabVisions’ staff has been serving northeast Kansas for nearly a decade. Our physical, occupational and speech therapists treat a variety of ailments and conditions at our Hiawatha outpatient clinic and at Netawaka Fitness Center.
Our therapists work as a team to treat patients at all stages of life—pediatric through geriatric. Let us create a comprehensive treatment plan to help you feel and function better.

We are dedicated to continuing treatment for our patients. Our clinic is open and adhering to meticulous protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also offer telehealth visits for patients to continue their care from the comfort of home. Read more about our safety procedures, and call us with any questions.










RehabVisions’ therapists are skilled in treating all orthopedic conditions including sports injuries, strains, sprains, fractures, joint surgeries, tendon repair, amputations and arthritis.

Our therapists listen to you, assess your needs, and create an individualized plan to help you minimize pain, regain movement, and feel more like yourself again. We use the most current technologies and evidence-based treatment methods.




Neurological Disorders/Stroke

Our physical therapists are trained in the care of neurological and neuromuscular disorders. We listen to you, evaluate your needs, and create a comprehensive plan to help you feel and function better.

We see people of all ages for a variety of issues including:

  • Strokes
  • Brain injuries
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
  • Developmental delays/disorders


Providing treatment targeting developmental milestones through play and activity, our specially trained pediatric therapists are passionate about helping children play and communicate.

They will assess any concerns you may have regarding your child’s:

  • Gross-Motor Level
  • Muscle Tone
  • Range of Motion
  • Posture


Do you suffer from dizziness, unsteadiness and falling? At RehabVisions, our therapy staff have specialized training in treating all types of balance and vestibular system disorders including vertigo, concussions, migraine-related vertigo and much more. We use the most up-to-date technologies and proven therapies to assess your condition and get you back on your feet.



Our Certified Lymphedema Therapist is specially trained in the evaluation and individualized treatment of the swelling associated with both primary and secondary lymphedema. Lymphedema is most commonly associated with damage to the lymphatic system caused by cancer therapy including surgery and radiation.

The swelling and discomfort associated with lymphedema can be debilitating, and although there is no cure, it can be successfully managed with proper treatment. Our certified PT will completely evaluate your history and condition before making an individualized treatment plan based on your needs. Treatment includes complete decongestive therapy (CDT) consisting of:

  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage

  • Compression Therapy

  • Lymph Drainage Exercises

  • Skin and Nail Care

  • Patient Education

Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy, or pool therapy, consists of an exercise program that is performed in the water. It uses the physical properties of water to assist in patient healing and exercise performance.

The supportive environment makes aquatic therapy a good option for many, especially those with arthritis, healing fractured bones, or who are overweight. Children often are motivated in the fun environment.

*Offered at our Netawaka location


Katie Thompson, OT
Clinic Manager

A graduate of Rockhurst University, Katie has over a decade of of occupational therapy experience. Katie’s specialties are pediatrics and hand therapy. She is also certified in LSVT-BIG and Graston Technique. She lives in Highland, Kansas and has been with RehabVisions since 2016.

Dr. Kelli Ulrich, PT

A native of Sabetha, KS, Kelli graduated with a doctorate of physical therapy from University of Kansas Medical Center after earning her bachelors of science in Kinesiology and Gerontology from Kansas State University. Kelli is level 1 certified in dry needling, with special interest in aquatic therapy and exercise programming, as well as pediatric therapy.

Kristel Bontrager, PTA

Kristel is a Certified Aquatic Therapist. She also holds certifications in Graston Technique and LSVT BIG. A graduate of Washburn University, Kristel has been with RehabVisions since 2016.

Ashley Killoren

Ashley is our Administrative Assistant. She has been with RehabVisions Netawaka since 2016.

Dr. Adam Jahnel, PT

A physical therapy graduate of Missouri State University, Adam has been with RehabVisions since 2019. Adam is Level 1 certified in Dry Needling and trained LSVT BIG and Graston Technique.



Angela Compton, PTA

A graduate of Missouri Western State College, Angela has been with RehabVisions since 2016. Angela is From Hiawatha, Kansas. Her specialties and program certifications include lymphedema, neuro/ortho, geriatrics, pediatrics, KTape, Graston Technique and LSVT BIG.

Michaela Little, COTA

Originally from Rossville, Kansas, Michaela relocated to Hiawatha and joined our team in 2020. Michaela is a graduate of North Central Missouri College.

Cassandra Small

Cassandra is our Administrative Assistant. She has been with RehabVisions Hiawatha since 2019.



Thank you for choosing RehabVisions for your therapy needs. We will strive to provide you with excellent and compassionate care throughout your time with us. Consistency is key to your recovery, so please make the most of our time together by paying attention, asking questions and engaging in the process.


New Patient Forms

Print and complete the following forms and bring to your first appointment. We appreciate you arriving a few minutes early to your scheduled appointment so we can finalize your paperwork and insurance.

What To Expect

Good Faith Estimate

Your therapist will complete a comprehensive evaluation of your condition and discuss your goals for therapy. At the conclusion of your appointment, your therapist will explain your personalized treatment plan and answer any questions you may have.

You will most likely be treated by both a therapist and therapy assistant. This team approach is part of the collaborative nature of therapy. They may give you at-home exercises you should do as assigned for your quickest and fullest recovery.

If you are receiving physical or occupational therapy services, please dress in loose-fitting clothes you can move comfortably in and wear tennis shoes.

To run an efficient practice for all patients, our schedules are strict. Please call if you are going to be late and let us know 24 hours in advance if you need to reschedule.

If you have difficulty attending the frequency of appointments your therapist recommends because of scheduling conflicts or financial concerns, please let us know so we can work toward a better treatment plan for you.

Remember To Bring

  • Completed paperwork
  • Your insurance card
  • Valid photo I.D.
  • Physician’s referral or prescription (if you have one)

Please contact us at 785-742-2201  (Hiawatha clinic) or 785-933-2086 (Netawaka Fitness Center) before your appointment if you have any questions.



5 tips for Safely Exercising in the Heat

By Jolie Koesters

Katie Thompson, OT | Clinic Manager Many of us are choosing to bring our workouts outdoors to make the most of the beautiful weather. While the warmth is refreshing, it’s […]

Read More

July 5, 2022

Rehab Therapy: Living with Alzheimer’s

By Jolie Koesters

Katie Thompson, OT | Clinic Manager Today, an estimated 5.8 million Americans 65 and older have Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to rise to 13.8 million by 2050. […]

Read More

November 9, 2021

Breast Cancer Recovery and Lymphedema: How Physical Therapy Can Help

By Jolie Koesters

Katie Thompson, OT | Clinic Manager Most patients recover quickly after breast cancer surgery and have no lingering problems. When problems do occur, they include: Difficulty moving the arm due […]

Read More

October 5, 2021

Falls Prevention: How Physical and Occupational Therapy Can Help

By Jolie Koesters

Katie Thompson, OT | Clinic Manager Falls and fear of falling can diminish your ability to lead a full, independent life. A fall can result in unwanted outcomes, including injury, […]

Read More

September 22, 2021

Backpack Safety Tips

By Jolie Koesters

Kathryn Thompson, OT | Clinic Manager A backpack that isn’t used properly can cause back problems or even injury. Children — or anyone wearing a backpack — should follow these […]

Read More

August 31, 2021

What is Occupational Therapy?

By Jolie Koesters

Katie Thompson, OT | Clinic Manager When you are faced with barriers in your life due to disability, injury or illness, an occupational therapist is the person who will ask […]

Read More

April 20, 2021

When the Weather Gets Cold, Don’t Forget to Warm Up

By Jolie Koesters

Whether dealing with an unprecedented Arctic chill or simply a cooler than normal winter day in Kansas, colder weather impacts how we exercise. It can be hard to motivate yourself […]

Read More

February 22, 2021

10 Ways Therapy Can Help Post-COVID

By RehabVisions

Physical, occupational and speech therapy can be a great service for patients recovering from COVID-19. Here are 10 ways that therapists can help: Aerobic training to improve cardiovascular and pulmonary […]

Read More

November 20, 2020

5 Reasons You Need a PT to Coordinate Your Fitness Regimen

By RehabVisions

Physical therapists aren’t just for people who are injured or have had surgery. They can also help healthy people improve their fitness. Here are five reasons why you should consider […]

Read More

October 26, 2020

How RehabVisions Works to Keep Patients and Staff Safe

By RehabVisions

While the coronavirus pandemic continues to be front and center in the news and in the thoughts of many people, other health issues have not gone away. People are still […]

Read More

September 18, 2020



Hiawatha: 785-742-2202 / Netawaka: 785-933-2085