Numotion's COVID-19 Response: What you Need to Know

As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Kersten provides Numotion with strategic clinical advice, support advocacy efforts, and lends her expertise to outcomes studies. She also helps educate and interact with clinicians and referral sources and will help ensure Numotion’s interactions with clinicians, referrals, payors, regulators, and government bodies are grounded in sound clinical research and expertise.

A graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Dr. Kersten is board certified both in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. She practices at Advocate Aurora Health where she focuses on electrodiagnostic testing, spasticity management, and custom wheelchair seating. For over 5 years, Dr. Kersten has run (and will continue to run) one of the largest interdisciplinary wheelchair seating clinics in the nation and has been involved in advocating for the rights and benefits of the disability community. 

Dr. Kersten lives near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with her three young sons. In her free time, she enjoys long distance running, boating, traveling, wine tasting, baking unhealthy desserts, country music, and watching her boys play basketball.

Tara Kersten, M.D.