“At an early age I knew I wanted a job that I could work with my hands. I find that this field is the perfect combination of helping people and "hands on" work.
Hello, my name is Jenna Neugebauer.
My name is Jenna Neugebauer. I’m currently an orthotic and prosthetic resident at Limb Lab, Rochester. I grew up on a farm in South Dakota, so at an early age I knew I wanted a job in which I could work with my hands. When it came time to choose a career, I was drawn to physical therapy. While shadowing a physical therapist, I was introduced to an orthotist and scheduled a visit to their office. During that first visit I truly experienced an “ah-ha” moment that orthotics and prosthetics was an amazing field! I soon found that this field is the perfect combination of helping people and hands on work, making O&P the perfect fit. I love being able to problem solve with clients in order to improve their day-to-day life. At Limb Lab, I’ve enjoyed the team approach that we all take to solving problems, not only making our team strong but also giving the people we serve the best experience possible!
I completed my undergraduate degree at University of South Dakota, after which I moved to southern California to complete my master’s in O&P at California State University, Dominguez Hills. I’m excited to be back in the Midwest close to friends and family! I enjoy spending time outside hiking, reading, and exploring local breweries!