Sports Medicine & Wellness
An integrative and holistic approach to medicine. Our experienced practitioners
each have a unique set of skills to provide our clients with a wide variety of treatment options.

About Us

May One group photo.

Who We Are

We are a team built of Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, Massage Therapists and Certified Reiki Practitioners. We focus on holistic, whole body, whole person care. We’re not only addressing the symptoms, but we’re getting to the root cause of your issues. We take our time addressing all of your concerns to help you create lifestyle changes that will leave a lasting impact.

How We Can Help

Our goal is simple; we want to give you the highest quality holistic care for your athletic and physical therapy. We understand everyone has a unique healing journey and we want to make sure your care is just as unique. We take our time treating you and will never rush you out the door. We will help you treat your symptoms, investigate to get to the root cause of your injury or pain, and create a plan of action to get you feeling better again.

May One. Morgan talking with client.
May One group photo.

Who We Are

We are a team built of Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, Massage Therapists and Certified Reiki Practitioners. We focus on holistic, whole body, whole person care. We’re not only addressing the symptoms, but we’re getting to the root cause of your issues. We take our time addressing all of your concerns to help you create lifestyle changes that will leave a lasting impact.

May One. Morgan talking with client.

How We Can Help

Our goal is simple; we want to give you the highest quality holistic care. We understand everyone has a unique healing journey and we want to make sure your care is just as unique. We take our time treating you and will never rush you out the door. We will help you treat your symptoms, investigate to get to the root cause of your injury or pain, and create a plan of action to get you feeling better again.

Services

Client receiving athletic therapy treatment.

Athletic Therapy

Work with one of our experienced Athletic Trainers to address any injuries, body aches and pains, and optimize your performance related to your physical activity. Athletic therapy sessions may include a variety of manual therapy treatments and corrective exercises to address both the symptoms + the root cause of your pain.

Physical Therapy

Always one-on-one, you will never share your appointment with another patient. The goal for our physical therapy is long term resolution of your pain by going more in depth with rehabilitation and corrective exercise to address the root cause of your pain. Our physical therapist has additional training in PRI-based exercises. PRI, or Postural Restoration Institute, focuses on reversing asymmetries in the body, which lead to inefficient breathing and neuromuscular pain (especially following a traumatic injury). PRI exercises help breathing patterns and pain, thus building stronger muscles, faster speeds, and more athletic movement patterns.

Client receiving physical therapy treatment.
Client receiving cup therapy treatment.

Cup Therapy

Myofascial Decompression (Cup Therapy) addresses connective tissue restrictions by improving the mobility of the soft tissue layers. The use of negative pressure with suction cups creates space between the soft tissue layers that allow each layer to slide one upon another with decreased viscosity and improved movement efficiency.

We are one of the few providers in the Milwaukee area who is fully certified in this form of active cup therapy.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is a skilled intervention performed by a healthcare professional. This professional uses a fine filiform needle to penetrate the skin, creating a healing response in the tissue that has been lesioned. Tissues contributing to neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction can be dry needled, including muscle, fascia, tendon, capsule, ligament, peri-neural structures, and microvascular structures.

Client receiving dry needling treatment.
Client receiving craniosacral therapy treatment.

Craniosacral Therapy

CST is a gentle, hands-on technique that uses a light touch to examine membranes and movement of the fluids in and around the central nervous system. Relieving tension in the central nervous system promotes a feeling of well-being by eliminating pain and boosting health and immunity.

Blood Flow
Restriction Therapy

BFRT is achieved through the application of external pressure over the extremities via a cuff while performing rehabilitation. BFRT works by decreasing blood flow to working muscles with the aim to promote hypertrophy and strength gains.

Blood flow restriction therapy.
Client receiving massage therapy treatment.

Massage Therapy

We offer sports, CBD, and therapeutic massage services with premium products and essential oils to accommodate the individual needs of each client.

Our CBD oil is formulated specifically for massage, and is supplied from a local Colorado business. This product is ultra moisturizing and provides additional muscle aches, pains, and stress relief (we like to describe the additional relaxation effect like drinking a cup of chamomile tea).

Reiki

A japanese healing technique, reiki is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us. If your life force energy is low, then you are more likely to get sick or feel stressed. When your life force energy is high, you are more capable of living a happy and healthy life.

Client receiving craniosacral therapy.
Normatec compression therapy boots.

Compression Therapy
(NormaTec Boots)

Our compression boots aid in recovery by increasing blood flow and circulation and decreasing muscle fatigue after exercise.

Services

Client receiving athletic therapy treatment.

Athletic Therapy

Work with one of our experienced Athletic Trainers to address any injuries, body aches and pains, and optimize your performance related to your physical activity. Athletic therapy sessions may include a variety of manual therapy treatments and corrective exercises to address both the symptoms + the root cause of your pain.

Client receiving physical therapy treatment.

Physical Therapy

Always one-on-one, you will never share your appointment with another patient. The goal for our physical therapy is long term resolution of your pain by going more in depth with rehabilitation and corrective exercise to address the root cause of your pain. Our physical therapist has additional training in PRI-based exercises. PRI, or Postural Restoration Institute, focuses on reversing asymmetries in the body, which lead to inefficient breathing and neuromuscular pain (especially following a traumatic injury). PRI exercises help breathing patterns and pain, thus building stronger muscles, faster speeds, and more athletic movement patterns.

Client receiving cup therapy treatment.

Cup Therapy

Myofascial Decompression (Cup Therapy) addresses connective tissue restrictions by improving the mobility of the soft tissue layers. The use of negative pressure with suction cups creates space between the soft tissue layers that allow each layer to slide one upon another with decreased viscosity and improved movement efficiency.

We are one of the few providers in the Milwaukee area who is fully certified in this form of active cup therapy.

Client receiving dry needling treatment.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is a skilled intervention performed by a healthcare professional. This professional uses a fine filiform needle to penetrate the skin, creating a healing response in the tissue that has been lesioned. Tissues contributing to neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction can be dry needled, including muscle, fascia, tendon, capsule, ligament, peri-neural structures, and microvascular structures.

Client receiving craniosacral therapy treatment.

Craniosacral Therapy

CST is a gentle, hands-on technique that uses a light touch to examine membranes and movement of the fluids in and around the central nervous system. Relieving tension in the central nervous system promotes a feeling of well-being by eliminating pain and boosting health and immunity.

Blood flow restriction therapy.

Blood Flow
Restriction Therapy

BFRT is achieved through the application of external pressure over the extremities via a cuff while performing rehabilitation. BFRT works by decreasing blood flow to working muscles with the aim to promote hypertrophy and strength gains.

Client receiving massage therapy treatment.

Massage Therapy

We offer sports, CBD, and therapeutic massage services with premium products and essential oils to accommodate the individual needs of each client.

Our CBD oil is formulated specifically for massage, and is supplied from a local Colorado business. This product is ultra moisturizing and provides additional muscle aches, pains, and stress relief (we like to describe the additional relaxation effect like drinking a cup of chamomile tea).

Client receiving craniosacral therapy.

Reiki

A japanese healing technique, reiki is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us. If your life force energy is low, then you are more likely to get sick or feel stressed. When your life force energy is high, you are more capable of living a happy and healthy life.

Normatec compression therapy boots.

Compression Therapy
(NormaTec Boots)

Our compression boots aid in recovery by increasing blood flow and circulation and decreasing muscle fatigue after exercise.

Our Team

Morgan Shea
, LAT, ATC, MFDc
Owner and Founder, Certified Athletic Trainer, Cup Therapy & Dry Needling Specialist
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Darrin Smith
, Ph.D, LAT, ATC, PES
Certified Athletic Trainer, Blood Flow Restriction Therapist
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Bridget Grimes
, ATC, LMT
Certified Athletic Trainer, Licensed Massage & Craniosacral Therapist
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Jessica Kieser
, PT, DPT, CSCS, MFDc
Physical Therapist, Cup Therapy Specialist, Reiki Master, Personal Trainer & Yoga Instructor
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Our Team

Morgan Shea
, LAT, ATC, MFDc
Owner and Founder, Certified Athletic Trainer, Cup Therapy & Dry Needling Specialist
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Owner and Founder Morgan earned her Bachelor’s of Science at UW-Milwaukee in Athletic Training. After graduating she worked in the sports medicine field for six years with a variety of sports including roller derby, football, soccer, and gymnastics. With her extensive experience as a health care provider working in athletics she felt inspired to seek out a way to practice independently, and offer a higher quality of care. Thus May One was born!

Morgan is certified in both Myofascial Decompression (Cup Therapy) and Dry Needling. She has a passion for helping her clients treat both the symptoms and root cause of their pain through a holistic approach to medicine.

She has a martial arts background in both kickboxing and jiujitsu, and especially enjoys working with athletes from this community.

Darrin Smith
, Ph.D, LAT, ATC, PES
Certified Athletic Trainer, Blood Flow Restriction Therapist
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Darrin has been a practicing Athletic Trainer for 20 years. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training and Physical education, a Master’s in Exercise Science, and a PhD in Athletic Training.

He specializes in blood flow restriction therapy, functional orthopedic assessment, surgical interventions for low back and hip pain, and performance enhancement.

Bridget Grimes
, ATC, LMT
Certified Athletic Trainer, Licensed Massage & Craniosacral Therapist
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Bridget is both a Certified Athletic Trainer and a Licensed Massage Therapist of 8 years. She graduated from Concordia University with her Bachelor’s in Athletic Training.

She wanted to become a massage therapist because she is attracted to helping people and having the ability to directly decrease the pain or discomfort they are experiencing.

She then earned a higher education in athletic training because she wanted to give her clients more answers, options, and tools to integrate into their lifestyle. She wanted to learn a skillset to find the root of the disfunction instead of focusing on the symptoms.

She enjoys incorporating her manual therapy based education including myofascial release technique, cupping, and trigger point therapy into her sessions.

It is no secret that she is a client favorite at our clinic.

Jessica Kieser
, PT, DPT, CSCS, MFDc
Physical Therapist, Cup Therapy Specialist, Reiki Master, Personal Trainer & Yoga Instructor
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Jessica is a licensed Physical Therapist of over 10 years, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Yoga Instructor, Reiki Master, and Cup Therapy specialist.

Jessica earned both her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Exercise Science and her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Marquette University.

She played NCAA Division 1 volleyball while attending undergrad at Marquette University. She has completed multiple triathlons and marathons, including the Boston Marathon and Ironman Wisconsin.

Throughout her athletic career she sustained multiple injuries, which led her to learn more about yoga and reiki. She has additional training from Postural Restoration Institute which she implements into her physical therapy sessions.

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