About Your Therapists
“The care that I received from Cody was outstanding. He took the time to understand my exact situation and the expectations I had. He helped me quickly get back to the level of performance I was at and gave me the knowledge that helped me prevent injuries in the future.”
Ultramarathoner and 100km All American
Cody Barnett PT has been helping people overcome pain and injury since 1991, when he graduated with honors from Wichita State University. An adjunct professor at WSU. he has taught courses at the collegiate level in anatomy, orthopedics, and rehabilitation, and is a contributing writer to Active.com. He has attended or taught continuing education courses in the areas of back and neck pain; knee and shoulder rehabilitation; sports injury treatment and prevention; lower extremity biomechanics; and general health and wellness.
Cody is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Kansas Physical Therapy Association. He is the only physical therapist in Kansas who is also a member of the American Medical Athletic Association, the medical arm of the American Running Association. In addition, he is a member of Run Wichita, the Oz Bike Club, and the Kansas River Valley Triathlon Club.
Cody excels at explaining complex medical and biomechanical problems in terms that anyone can understand. As a passionate runner and cyclist, he understands your desire to return to doing what you love, whether that be gardening or racing in an Ironman triathlon. You can expect Cody to treat you with courtesy and respect as he helps you reach your goals.
Dr. Doug Bonnesen MPT, DPT, HBC has had a passion for helping others since his graduation with a masters degree in physical therapy in 1991 from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He then went on to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University, in Denver, CO in 2013. In addition, he currently teaches the next generation of physical therapists in the doctoral level physical therapy program at Wichita State University. Dr. Doug has attended or taught continuing education courses in the areas of back and neck pain; knee and shoulder rehabilitation; sports injury treatment and prevention; lower extremity biomechanics; and general health and wellness. He is involved in research projects with WSU and also teaches continuing education courses in the areas of spinal pain, plantar fascitis, and improving relationships between healthcare providers and patients.
Dr. Doug is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Kansas Physical Therapy Association.
Dr. Doug is excited about the opportunity to help others improve their health, both in overcoming injury and by improving their overall health and wellness. He believes it is important to spend as much time as needed with you to help you understand your condition, and to help you improve to your fullest potential.