· Kara Campbell, PTA
Kara was born and raised in Fort Dodge. She graduated from ISU in 2004 with a B.A., with an emphasis in communications, business, and social sciences. She continued on to Kirkwood Community College and graduated with her PTA degree in 2007. While going to PTA school Kara worked as a PT Tech at Mercy hospital, working in both inpatient and outpatient settings and handling front desk tasks. After graduation, Kara moved to Ankeny and worked in home health before spending 6 years with the YMCA Healthy Living Center, focusing on aquatic therapy. In order to spend more time with her two little girls at home, Kara took PRN positions with several companies, including Millennium Therapy. In early 2019, Kara became part-time in our Des Moines outpatient clinic. While there she has furthered her existing work comp and industrial medicine knowledge by obtaining specialized training and certification in job analysis, pre-work screen development and the performance of Functional Capacity Evaluations. Kara is now the Clinic Manager of our Des Moines location, also known as E3 Millennium Work Therapy Services.
Mindy Oxenford, PT, DPT
Mindy received her B.S. with a minor in Theology from the University of Notre Dame in 1998 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Creighton University in 2001. After starting her career working in the schools, she quickly transitioned to the outpatient setting. Over the next several years, Mindy furthered her clinical skill, moved into management, and worked as a travel therapist. Returning to the Midwest, Mindy joined the Millennium Management Team in March of 2016. As the Director of Outpatient Services, her primary responsibilities relate to the operation, growth and development of Millennium Therapy’s outpatient locations. She has a passion for wellness, education, and working with patients who have chronic pain. When not working, Mindy enjoys watching movies, walking her dog, spending time with family, and curling!
Stephanie Berry, PT, DPT
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 three children and currently resides in Winterset. Her hobbies and interests include running, swimming and spending time with her family.
Stacy Young MS, CCC/SLP
Stacy earned her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science from the University of Iowa and her Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She practiced largely in long term care and hospital based settings. Stacy joined Millennium in February, 2005. Since then she expanded her skills in the areas of endoscopic swallow evaluations, outpatient care, home health care, and augmentative communication. In 2009 Stacy took on the role of Director of Training & Staff Development. This allows her to meet with Millennium staff across the state and provide education about clinical training, Medicare regulations, denial management, and reimbursement issues. In her free time Stacy enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, reading and volunteering at her kids’ school.
Taylor is the office manager for the Des Moines clinic. She handles a variety of operations including scheduling patients, getting new referrals set up to start therapy, insurance verification, and billing, to name a few! She is a graduate of Iowa State University and spent some time doing additional schooling in Florida. She became a licensed massage therapist in 2011. She will likely be the first person you come into contact with at E3 Millennium Therapy and will ensure you get off to the right start! When she isn’t busy with work, Taylor enjoys spending time with friends & family, baking, trying new restaurants, being active and watching movies.