Allyssia Borski, DPT

Divine Savior Wellness Center
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SPECIALTIES

Rehabilitation
Physical Therapy

EDUCATION

University of Wisconsin- Madison; Doctor of Physical Therapy

LOCATION

Divine Savior Wellness Center
2815 New Pinery Rd, Portage

MY STORY

“I attempt to treat everyone I contact during a day with unconditional positive regard.”
-Allyssia Borski, DPT

Allyssia Borski, Physical Therapist, has been a Wisconsin native her entire life. Born in Winneconne, WI, she tells us that it was smaller there, though had a similar feel and population demographic.

“My parents encouraged me to do soemthing I loved and always supported my ambitions,” Allyssia tells us.

Allyssia chose to attend the University of Wisconsin- Madison for her training and education. First, she graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. Next, Allyssia acquired her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and is certified in Dry Needling. 

Allyssia is excited to be a part of the Divine Savior Healthcare rehab team. Her contribution supports the mission of Divine Savior Healthcare and her belief that you should “be the change that you want to see in the world.”

“We offer compassionate, evidence-based rehabilitation,” Allyssia points out.

Rehabilitation is no doubt difficult at times for some. For Allyssia, she is thankful to be a part of that process and hopefully, she can help along the way.

“The most rewarding part of my profession is joining a patient on the journey to recovery,” she says.

In her spare time, Allyssia likes taking advantage of the opportunities in the area.

“We have so many things to do in the outdoors,” she mentions. “We have cultural experiences and places to eat.”

Other activities she enjoys are sports, specifically softball and volleyball, being outdoors with her dog, and renewing old and disused items.

*LSVT BIG certified
LSVT BIG is physical therapy for individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Patients in the program experience faster walking, bigger steps, better balance and increased flexibility of the trunk.

*Dry Needling Clinician
What Is Dry Needling?