Rhonda Butler’s passion for patient care led her to Newton Medical Center after pursuing a doctorate in physical therapy. She enjoys getting the chance to spend time with her patients and getting to know them, building relationships with them and enhancing their quality of life. Rhonda loves being able to help people return to the things they enjoy without pain or limitations, as well as helping children develop skills that they hadn’t been able to do before.
She is certified in functional dry needling, LSVT BIG (speech therapy), functional movement systems (FMS, SFMA and FCS) and brain and sensory foundations (Pediatric Reflux Integration and Innate Rhythmic Movements). Newton Therapy & Sports Performance is the only outpatient therapy program with this capability.
With each patient, Rhonda focuses each treatment on the individual and incorporates functional movements and activities that are meaningful to them. With these tailored treatment plans, she can help her patients improve their quality of life after injury or limitation.
Rhonda grew up just north of Newton in Hesston, and currently lives in Sedgwick.
Wichita State University (Doctor of Physical Therapy)
Bethel College (Bachelor of Arts in Natural Sciences)
Hesston College (Associate of Arts)