Our Clinic- Sheboygan
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.
In Sheboygan, 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.
In Merrill, we provide in house therapy for patients living in an Assisted Living and/or onsite therapy in community based living. Our therapists' goals are to improve pain, increase range of motion and strength, improve balance and mobility, as well as restore a resident's ability to complete activities of daily living.
Latest Clinic News:
The importance of good sleep hygiene
Sept 19, 2021
Good sleep hygiene involves getting 7-8 hours per night. Here are some tips to getting a good night sleep:
➡️ Maintain a daily routine such as reading before bed
➡️ Consider learning meditation or deep breathing techniques to clear your mind
➡️ Stop drinking liquids 3-4 hours before bedtime
➡️ Stay active, avoid naps
➡️ Prescriptions and over the counter medications can affect sleep
➡️ Reduce or eliminate drinking alcohol
Find your LOVE for movement!
July 2, 2021
Our bodies are designed to move. Although the idea of moving seems simple, we often forget how much our bodies need movement!
The CDC recommends that:
-KIDS have 60 minutes every DAY of moderate to vigorous activity
-ADULTS have 2.5 hours every WEEK, or 30 minutes each DAY at least 5 days a week of moderate activity.
If you feel limited in your ability to participate in activities of exercise, let our PB team create an individualized movement plan for you! It's never too late to find your love for movement.
Exercise in water can help reduce chronic pain.
May 13, 2021
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.