Janice graduated in 2017 from the University of North Dakota with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. In 2021, she received her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of North Dakota at Casper College. She completed fieldwork rotations in acute inpatient and pediatric outpatient where she gained experience treating various medical diagnoses and orthopedic, musculoskeletal, and neurological conditions. After completing her degrees, Janice spent a year gaining experience working in acute rehab, outpatient, and home health settings.
Ashton Stone, P.T.A., grew up in the North Dallas area and returned to her home in Casper in 2013. She graduated with her Associate of Science degree in athletic training from Casper College in 2017 and an Associate of Science degree as a physical therapist assistant in 2019 from Laramie County Community College.
In honor of their team and first responders, the Lander Volunteer Fire Department Pipe Band and members of the staff at Casper Orthopedics were scheduled to play at the Capitol Thursday morning, February 16. Unfortunately, only two of the twelve members made it to the event and the others were in Lander snowed in.
At Casper Orthopedics, our physical and occupational therapists work closely with our orthopedic doctors to provide the highest level of therapy care for patients.
Our specialty-trained therapists have the skills and experience to help patients recover from injuries, conditions, and surgeries and return to their active lifestyles.
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