Meet our Staff
Pain & Movement Solutions is a therapist-owned outpatient physical therapy clinic. We are a group of mindful practitioners dedicated to empowering our patients with the skills they need to live a healthy lifestyle. We aim to be a natural solution to health concerns for both individuals and businesses throughout the Northern Hills, providing physical therapy from infancy to the golden years.
We are dedicated to delivering physical therapy to its fullest potential to provide the community with a first-choice, trusted healthcare facility to find solutions to all their pain and movement problems. Our customers know they will not only receive quality care with the highest level of professionalism, but they will also be treated like good friends and valued like family.
Dr. Julie Wingen, PT, DPT – Owner
Dr. Julie opened the clinic in 2012 dedicated to delivering physical therapy to its fullest potential to provide the community with a first-choice, trusted healthcare facility to find solutions to your movement or pain problems.
Julie graduated from South Dakota State University with a B.S. in Biology and from the University of South Dakota’s Graduate Physical Therapy program with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree. Julie has focused her career in general outpatient orthopedics and most enjoys treating spine disorders, musculoskeletal injuries, prenatal and post partum issues, neurological disorders and pediatrics. She is also certified in Level 1 Functional Dry Needling.
Dr. Julie was chosen as 2019 South Dakota PT of the Year for her contributions to the profession.
Outside of work, Julie is part of the Reimbursement Committee Chair for the South Dakota Physical Therapy Association, a Board Member for the Belle Fourche Economic Development Corporation and is active in the American Heart Association and her church. She enjoys spending her free time with her family enjoying the outdoors by camping, backpacking, snowboarding, and playing softball and golf.
Dr. Brady Harr, PT, DPT, MS
Dr. Brady attained his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Briar Cliff University, as well as a Masters in Kinesiology and Human Performance. He is also a certified level 1 Eleiko Strength coach, has published research regarding strength and blance and has advanced training in manual therapy skills.
Dr. Brady is eager to bring his skill set back to the area as a Spearfish native. He enjoys workign with all orthopedic needs and has a special interest in Oncology rehab and strength/conditioning programs. Outside of work, Brady enjoys spending time with his wife, fishing, hunting, strength training and golfing.
Dr. Cole Staigle, PT, DPT
Dr. Cole is eager to bring his skill set to the area to help individuals across the lifespan. He is skilled in treating individuals of all age ranges and has taken over the aquatic therapy program at Pain & Movement Solutions. Dr. Cole was highly involved in collegiate sports and has a strong passion for health and fitness. He has a special interest in Sports Physical Therapy and treating neck and back pain. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, skiing, mountain biking, and strength training.
Dr. Cailey Roth, DPT
Dr. Cailey is excited to bring her skill set to the area, as she is passionate about teaching individuals correct movement strategies to help improve their quality of life. In addition, Dr. Cailey loves working with each individual to help establish their personal goals to reach their highest potential. She enjoys the outdoors in her free time, whether it be running, horseback riding, or attempting her hand at golf.
Amanda Coleman, Patient Care Coordinator
Amanda is the cheerful voice on the phone when you give our office a call and the friendly face you see when walking into the clinic. She’ll be happy to help you successfully schedule your treatments and ensure your time spent with Pain & Movement Solutions is comfortable and flawless.
Amanda was born in small town Ekalaka, Montana and split her time living in Ekalaka, Gillette Wyoming and Belle Fourche. She returned to Belle Fourche in August of 2021. Before joining the team, Amanda was a patient care coordinator in Gillette Wyoming focusing the last 13 years in Behavior Management and Elementary Education. She is a hard worker who loves learning new things and aims to improve herself every single day.
Amanda has 4 children in which her twins just graduated from Belle Fourche High School this past spring. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, attending rodeos, camping and you will see her throughout the community doing volunteer work.