Hillary is the founder and owner of Cream City PT and Wellness.
Hillary graduated from Lakeside School of Massage in 2008 and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from UW-Milwaukee in 2014. She feels very fortunate to be able to help others heal from pain through touch. She is amazed by what the power of touch can do for her patients and clients. She follows her intuition while working with her patients and engages the patient in their care. When not at work, her days are occupied with her husband, 2 daughters, and 2 dogs. She enjoys to bake and cook for her family.
Kristen is a physical therapist and massage therapist at Cream City PT and Wellness. She graduated from Lakeside School of Massage Therapy in 2004 and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from UW-Milwaukee in 2015. Kristen enjoys a challenge and addressing the specific needs of each individual using a variety of modalities and an educational approach. When not working, she enjoys lying on her bed, snuggling with her 2 cats, and reading. And eating cheese puffs.
Chelsea is a massage therapist at Cream City PT and Wellness.
She graduated from the Herzing University-Brookfield’s massage therapy program at the end of 2013. She is able to customize her massage for a wide range of needs, but her passions lie with sports massage and deep tissue work. She has also developed a passion for prenatal massage. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her dog, taking baths, eating Thai food and binge-watching foreign dramas.
Mouse is a Reiki Master Teacher, Shamanic Practitioner and Massage Therapist. Having been practicing energy work for almost twenty years and massage therapy for thirteen, Mouse brings an array of tools to their sessions. Clients have had profound experiences while working with Mouse in any capacity.
”Healing work is my vocation”
In addition to their healing work, Mouse is an artist. You can find some of their original paintings hanging in the Cream City PT and Wellness office.
Tracy is a Certified Practitioner of Core Synchronism Therapy from the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics. In 2005, she began studying and utilizing the mechanics of Core Synchronism with children for deep relaxation, balancing, and healing support for and recovery from child cancer treatments. After many years of working with children in play-based nature, garden, and art programs, Tracy completed her Core Synch certification from NMSNT in 2017. In addition to enjoying the depth and connections made in sharing treatments and healing journeys, Tracy continues to explore and teach principles of conservation, intuitive guidance, and play in medicinal gardening, mythology, astrology, and fiber arts, most commonly creating needle felted sculptures, puppets, and icons with wool.