Meet the Team – Winterset

Stephanie Berry, PT, DPT

Clinic Manager

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.​


Nicole Smith, PT

Nicole earned her undergraduate degree in Science from The University of Northern Iowa and her Master's in Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa in 2002. She has always worked in outpatient therapy, continuously expanding her clinical skills and expertise. Her accomplishments include opening and growing a start-up clinic just outside of the metro for the past 16 years. She has a passion for working with a variety of orthopedic injuries to include athletes of all ages, extensive hip rehabilitation, all shoulder injuries, torticollis and generalized orthopedic pediatric injuries. Nicole is a certified Astym provider, has training in Therapeutic Dry Needling, is TPI Level 1 Certified in golf for medical practitioners, and a certified clinical instructor with the American Physical Therapy Association.

Nicole is married with a son and a daughter that attend Winterset schools. Her husband works in Winterset as well. She is very excited to be working in the community she lives in and to provide the best level of care to the Winterset and surrounding communities. Her hobbies include watching and helping with her children's sporting activities, golf, watching the Hawkeyes, and traveling with family.


Jaycie Walker, PT, DPT

Jaycie earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Des Moines University. She has worked for Millennium Therapy since 2015. Jaycie's treatments place emphasis on relieving pain, increasing strength and range of motion, improving overall function and movement quality, recovering from injuries, improving balance, and reducing the risk for falls. Jaycie includes an individualized home exercise program so that patients can achieve the best outcome. She has completed additional training on the topics of upper extremity injuries, spinal manual therapy, and vestibular issues. Jaycie lives in West Des Moines with her husband, son, and dog. In her spare time she enjoys playing tennis and pickleball, traveling, and spending time outside.


Shelby Luke, PTA

Shelby graduated from Simpson College in Indianola, IA with a BS in exercise science in 2017. She then got her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, SD. She has been with Millennium Therapy in Winterset since November 2019. When she is not at work Shelby enjoys watching movies, spending time with friends and family, and going to the many lakes by her hometown of Ringsted, Iowa.


Amanda Rodriguez, ATC, LAC

Amanda is a certified and licensed athletic trainer in the state of Iowa. She received a BA in athletic training from Central College in 2019, where she participated on the women's soccer team, and gained hours of experience working with multiple teams on campus. Amanda worked for a year as a graduate assistant at Buena Vista University, working with their football, men's and women's cross country, and softball teams. Amanda serves as the current Winterset High School athletic trainer, and started with Millennium Therapy in August 2019.

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