Our Mission

At Millennium Therapy Winterset our mission is to provide high quality physical, speech, occupational, and athletic training services. We strive to consistently work with our patients to accomplish their optimal goals. We educate our patients about their current impairment, injury prevention strategies, and show them how they become actively involved in the rehab process. We provide your referring physician with updates and keep them informed of your progress.

Our Staff

Brad Earp, DPT, ATC, CSCS

Brad is a licensed physical therapist, certified athletic trainer, and certified strength and conditioning specialist. He joined Millennium Therapy in Winterset in 2010. He has over 15 years of outpatient physical therapy experience. Brad utilizes a hands-on therapy approach with an emphasis in manual therapy, functional rehabilitation, and treatment of overuse injuries. He has been trained and certified in ASTYM therapy. He has worked with numerous athletic organizations, providing athletic training and strength and conditioning services. Brad has 3 children and lives in Des Moines with his wife Julie.

Stephanie Berry

Stephanie graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a BA in exercise science. She went on to get her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa. Stephanie is from Earlham and returned to the area following graduate school. She has a passion for working with women’s health clients and high school athletes in addition to addressing injury prevention and treating a variety of orthopedic injuries. Stephanie is a certified ASTYM provider and a credentialed clinical instructor. She is married with two children and currently resides in Winterset. Her hobbies and interests include running, swimming and spending time with her family.

Jaycie Walker

Jaycie earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Des Moines University. She works for Millennium therapy in Winterset in the outpatient clinic and in skilled nursing/long term care. Jaycie also has clinical experience in home health, acute care, and pediatric physical therapy. She treats patients to relieve pain, improve overall function and movement quality, increase strength and range of motion, recover from injuries, improve balance, and reduce the risk for falls. Jaycie’s approach to therapy also includes an individualized home exercise program and educating her patients in order to achieve the best outcome. Jaycie lives in West Des Moines with her husband and enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and taking her dog to the farmer’s market.


Michael Christoffersen

Michael is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Athletic Trainer. He received his BA in Athletic Training from Simpson College in Indianola where he gained several hundred hours of hands-on clinical experience through the coverage of multiple sports on campus. Michael currently lives in Casey, Iowa and hopes to attend Graduate School for Physical Therapy in the near future.