Meet the Team

Angie Sie, RN

My role at OrthoCure is to assist Dr. Hanson during procedures, along with monitoring and comforting patients during the treatment. I also coordinate care and scheduling for traveling patients.

I have been with OrthoCure since Feb 2018. The most rewarding thing is that we work as a team and collaborate with other providers with the goal of healing a patient, not just treating the symptoms. It is rewarding to see people be able to go back to the things that bring them joy in life.

Being in Health Care 20+ years, I have worked in many different areas in nursing. My journey began in Long term care, this is where I truly learned how to care for my patients. I have found great joy in learning and practicing alongside great providers in a variety of specialty areas, including Family Practice, Peds, OB/GYN, GI/Internal Med and General Surgery.

I love to get out and enjoy as many adventures as life will allow me. My joy is found with anything that involves spending time with my family and friends. During the cold months I love to travel to warm destinations. Once the frost is out and the snow is melted you will find me with family and friends adventuring all over Wisconsin camping, hiking, and kayaking. We only have one life and need to make the most of it.  My friends say that they frequently hear me say “I’m just living life!”

Haley Durrence, CMA 

I came to OrthoCure as a certified Medical Assistant with previous endeavors in Family Practice, Laboratory, Phlebotomy and Radiology; I started out at the front office here, however I could not keep away from the lab. I found great passion in the laboratory aspects and being a part of the ever-growing innovative healing process-hands on.

One of the many things I admire greatly about OrthoCure Clinic is the balance between personal life and professional life. We have all talked about how to make them work like yin and yang, but it wasn’t until I was able to really connect to the company’s mission and purpose that it all gelled together. When humans experience trauma or severe life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. Being in the lab with raw human materials that have been through raw traumas and emotions I must keep the vibes and energies at ease while processing in the lab. This means really connecting with myself and my own energies first. Although not easy, these challenges encourage me to stay on a personal growth path both personally and professionally.

Outside of the OrthoCure setting I enjoy weekly dates with my husband Shane, and of course, adventures with our two energetic Siberian Huskies-Rowan and Beamer. We thought that getting a second dog would keep the 1st one occupied-we were wrong; they are both crazy! 😊

I like old bookstores, the smell of coffee brewing, rainy day naps, cleaning my house, and really early mornings. I like the simple things that remind me that life doesn’t have to be complicated to be beautiful.

Emilee, DFI

I have recently just started my journey here at OrthoCure Clinic, as Director Of First Impressions but what a world wind it has been since. Trying to make a space for myself, conquering a move and trying to get a handle on everything we offer here at the clinic has been a difficult yet exciting adventure so far. I cannot wait to see what is next for us.

After high school, I decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Vocational Rehabilitation, meanwhile were going to school I was working in an office setting and really felt like I have found what I wanted to do. I love being the first point of contact for patients, whether that be the first phone call, first visit to the office, or a person coming back in after being a loyal patient for years. I have been in this field for about 8 years now and hope to grow to become the best that I can be in this field.

When I am not at work, I love being home and cuddling with my 4 year old Dachshund Remee. She is our 4 legged child, and the love of my life. We love being outside when the weather allows to be, Remee will always tag along when she can.

Mary Harbeck, RN CLNC 

As Practice Manager with Regenerative Masters, Inc., my role is that of support to the entire Orthocure Clinic & staff and the growth of Regenerative Masters, Inc. I am involved with the planning, growth, and marketing in addition to the day-to-day operations of the clinic. It’s an exciting time in regard to all of the healing modalities coming together under one roof.

Most of my two decades as an RN, has been focused in emergency medicine, burn, legal case analysis, and disaster medicine. I am very happy to be working in a holistic atmosphere with a great team where I am able to incorporate my intuitive abilities along with my analytical skills in a caring environment.

My passions in life are adventurous travel to remote destinations, competing in ballroom dance, and being a professional costumer. Most weekends you’ll find me building forts or being a jungle gym for grandson. Key words for me: “Let’s go!”