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Our team at Progressive Beginnings is an energetic, dedicated, and passionate team comprised of people who are ready to support you and/or your child along the therapeutic journey.
Our team is comprised of Occupational and Physical Therapists. We specialize in treating patients with chronic pain and pediatric patients. We offer the only warm water aquatic therapy pool in Sheboygan County. We will start with the approach of understanding the unique situation and goals of each adult or child and will work with you to achieve optimal well being.
We have the knowledge, skill, service, equipment, and unique modalities to offer you a one of a kind therapeutic experience in Sheboygan County.
Latest Clinic News:
We're hiring! We are searching for a PT and an OT to join our team! Contact us for details!
Feb 5, 2020
Join our young although experienced and knowledgeable team that offers unlimited opportunity for growth, we could be your perfect fit!
Are you an independent worker that can make decisions and adjust to the many changes that happen in the health care market place? Do you want to dabble in private practice with the support of a group of experienced therapists?
With Progressive Beginnings, LLC you will set your own schedule giving you the flexibility you would like. You will manage your schedule and your day. Your earning potential is based upon your work ethic and drive! Be a part of our great team of growing therapy professionals!
Please contact: Jessica Oakland, PT, DPT at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about details!
Exercise in water can help reduce chronic pain.
Dec 13, 2019
Exercise in water utilizes several principles and has a number of benefits that will speed recovery, boost your muscle performance, and help to reduce pain. By using equipment such as water paddles or noodles, the therapist can create gentle currents aimed at specific areas of the body, helping to improve problem areas.
Autism in children.
May 7, 2019
Autism is a spectrum of related disorders having a shared core of signs and symptoms. All kids on the spectrum have difficulties with (1) communicating non-verbally and verbally, (2) relating to the world around and to others, (3) behaving and thinking flexibly. Looking for resources? We can help support your family.