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Meet Tara

Dr. Tara Jaeger, PT, DPT, Cert. DN, TPI Medical 3 Certified

Dr. Tara is the esteemed owner and visionary behind Recharge Physical Therapy and Wellness. Hailing originally from Moorhead, MN, Tara's journey through academia includes a B.S. in Athletic Training and a B.S. in Exercise Science from MSUM - Moorhead, as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Jamestown.

With over 14 years of experience in healthcare, Tara brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her practice, boasting over 8 years of specialization in physical therapy. Her extensive background encompasses a diverse array of rehabilitation areas, including but not limited to athletes of all ages, with a particular focus on golf-related therapy. She currently is the only Titleist Performance Institute Medical Level 3 provider in North Dakota to serve the golfers and ensure that their bodies can continue to function and maintain mobility in order to continue to enhance and improve their game. 

Additionally, her expertise extends to geriatric care, powerlifting, pediatrics, post-surgical rehabilitation, manual therapy techniques, and the treatment of conditions such as low back and neck pain, as well as shoulder pain and injuries.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Tara finds fulfillment in her personal life. She cherishes moments spent with her husband and three children, indulging in hobbies such as golfing, competing in powerlifting, and watching her children participate in various sports. A true enthusiast of an active lifestyle, Tara also finds joy in playing volleyball whenever the opportunity arises.

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Meet Kyle

            Kyle Knutson PT, DPT, Cert. DN, Board-Certified Sports Clinical Specialist


Kyle is a native of Kathryn, ND. Following his undergraduate degree at North Dakota State University, Kyle received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Minnesota in 2021. He then went on to complete a Sports Physical Therapy Residency at the University of North Dakota where he received specialty training in the rehabilitation of athletes. His primary patient population was varsity athletes at UND from football, hockey, basketball, and more. He became a Board-Certified Sports Clinical Specialist in June 2023 and earned Level 1 TPI certification in March 2024.


His areas of clinical specialty include dry needling, which he received full certification in the spring of 2022. He also has training in the use of instrument assisted soft tissue massage, cupping, and joint mobilization in addition to spinal and extremity manipulations. Kyle is a firm believer in preventative PT-identifying strength and mobility deficits, then addressing them prior to the occurrence of pain and injury. This is especially relevant in athletic populations due to the high intensity and repetitive forces that sports put on the body. 


He enjoys treating patients from a variety of populations, particularly athletes in team and endurance sports. In his spare time Kyle is an avid runner himself, and spends time with his wife, daughter, and golden retriever Teddy.

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