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New Clinic in Middleton!

 

ANNOUNCING THE GRAND OPENING OF OUR NEW MIDDLETON CLINIC

Nissenbaum and Schleusner of PRO Physical Therapy are happy to announce the grand opening of our new Middleton clinic on August 1st, 2018. We will be hosting an opening reception on Thursday, August 16th, from  5 – 8pm, where food and drinks will be served. Please join us for this fun event. Check out the new space, talk to the PRO’s, and enjoy refreshments. 

PRO Physical Therapy announces grand opening of their new Middleton Clinic

PRO Physical Therapy’s new Middleton clinic

Who We Are:

Nissenbaum and Schleusner PRO Physical Therapy is an outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine clinic taking care of patients of all ages. We focus on manual therapy treatment and advanced therapeutic exercise. Because our mission is to provide exceptional customer care and timely service, we offer immediate appointments and will see you within 24-48 hours. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation!

 

At PRO Physical Therapy our focus is on YOU the patient. We take great pride in seeing you, getting to know you and your family and working on your goals to help you in getting back to your life. Our patient-centered plans include a thorough examination and individual treatment plan.

 

PRO Physical Therapy is led by Dave Nissenbaum MPT, PT, OCS, LAT, PES and Jeff Schleusner DPT, CSCS, MBA. Combined, Dave and Jeff have over 25 years of experience of taking exceptional care of patients.

 

Huge thank you to our sponsors for this event, Rockhound Brewing Co. and Karben4 here in Madison!

Rockhound Brewing Co & Karben4 are sponsoring our grand opening event

 

 

 

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The ABC’s of PHT: A Guide to Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy

By: Noah Bernhardt, SPT in conjunction with Dave Nissenbaum MPT, LAT, OCS and Jeff Schleusner DPT, PRO Physical Therapy

What is proximal hamstring tendinopathy?

Proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT) is a common injury among distance runners and endurance athletes–especially those whose jobs involve long periods of sitting. It presents as deep gluteal (butt) pain that worsens with running, accelerating (such as when sprinting on foot or bike as well as ascending hills on foot or bike), or sitting on hard surfaces.1 If this type of pain persists greater than 3 months it is generally considered to be a tendinopathy.

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