30 years With Over 30 Services

This fall, we are celebrating 30 years of Freedom Physical Therapy Services along with PT month. Have you considered these 30 services we offer using leading-edge technology? Celebrate Enjoying More Freedom – 30 Years of PT.

Physical Therapy Services

1. Orthopedic care 

The therapists at Freedom PT Services are your musculoskeletal system specialists. Therapists treat functional impairments of bone, joint, and muscular disorders. In addition to functional impairments, PTs also work together with orthopedic surgeons to maximize recovery from surgeries, such as total joint replacements, spinal surgeries, arthroscopic and reconstructive surgeries, and rotator cuff repairs, to name a few. Working with a PT can be an alternative to injections and costly procedures. 

2. TMJ Treatment

Freedom PT Services is the leading therapy clinic for TMJ dysfunction and craniofacial pain. Micahel Karegennaes, physical therapist and owner of Freedom PT Services is a world-renowned TMJ specialist and has taught many of the Freedom therapists his skills. Therapists work with dentists, neurologists, and headache specialists to address the cause and treat the symptoms of the jaw, head, and facial pain.

3. Spinal Services 

Neck and back pain can be debilitating and lead to chronic conditions. The hands-on approach that the therapists at Freedom PT Services take allows for better treatment outcomes and quicker recovery times. Many therapy approaches to neck and back pain are more effective and less invasive in restoring function and decreasing pain. From bulging discs to degenerative disc disease to sciatica, PT can help.

4. Custom Orthotics

The positioning of the foot can affect the whole body. The therapists at Freedom PT Services take a full-body approach when looking at the patient. Poor foot and ankle control can affect the knees, hips, low back, and even the shoulders and neck. Our orthotics specialists complete a full evaluation of strength, flexibility, and stability to place you in a custom-fabricated insert to optimize foot and ankle movement. 

5. Dry Needling

A certified dry-needling therapist performs dry needling. It can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal issues. Dry needling works by breaking the pain cycle by restoring function to muscles. The target of the dry needling is myofascial trigger points, the knots that can sometimes be felt close to the surfaces and sometimes deeper.

6. Balance and Vestibular

One of the leading causes of injury is falls due to dizziness and balance dysfunction. Working with a skilled PT can help reduce dizziness and balance issues due to benign positional paroxysmal vertigo (BPPV), concussions, cervicogenic dizziness, and vestibular neuritis, along with many other causes. 

7. Chronic Pain Management

Chronic pain is defined by symptoms lasting longer than 6 months that limit your quality of life, affecting your activity, sleep, or mental state. The multifaceted approach Freedom PT uses takes an individual and holistic approach using multiple therapies to reduce pain and restore function. 

8. Therapeutic Laser Therapy

Therapeutic Laser Therapy increases blood flow, flexibility, function, and healing while reducing pain and spasticity. The Freedom laser is a 60W on-the-skin laser that works to push energy into cells, causing metabolic changes at the cellular level. Laser therapy is a great addition to the hands-on treatment therapists provides for many different conditions.

9. TPI Golf

Our TPI-certified physical therapist combines the best of two worlds for some. He is a movement specialist who has received special training designed to specifically analyze and improve the golf swing. You don’t need pain with your golf game to benefit from the expertise. Move better to prevent injuries that could keep you off the greens. 

10. Throwing Analysis and Performance

Injury rates for overhead-throwing athletes, especially baseball players, are rising. It is becoming more and more common as each season transitions to the next to have more players off the field and in the clinic rehabbing an injury. At Freedom Physical Therapy Services, our Throwing Specialists utilize up-to-date technology to assist athletes in training. They work to improve performance levels and decrease injury rates to allow more on-field play. 

11. Radial Shockwave Therapy

This highly effective treatment has been found to improve the rate of healing in soft tissue tendinopathies, such as Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff bursitis, tennis elbow, and carpal tunnel. Chronic pain can be improved typically within 4-5 sessions.

12. Bio-Point Acupressure Therapy 

One of the few places within the area that offers this alternative medicine technique. The treatment stimulates blood flow, thereby improving strength, mobility, and pain. Similar in principle to acupuncture, acupressure therapy is based on energy flowing through pathways in the body. The technique is performed using direct pressure applied by hand and is deeper than traditional massage.

13. Whiplash Recovery

Whiplash most commonly occurs in motor vehicle accidents when rear-ended. However, high-impact activities such as skiing, equestrian events, football, bungee jumping, roller coasters, and assault can also cause whiplash or whiplash-related injuries. Even a slip and fall can cause whiplash. The goal of PT for whiplash is to help reduce muscle spasms, increase blood circulation, and promote the healing of the neck tissues.

14. Graston Technique

The addition of the Graston technique in treatment helps to speed recovery time for soft tissue restrictions including scar tissue, fascia, and tight muscles. Our specially trained therapists can address acute and chronic conditions.

15. Visceral Manipulation

This gentle technique, performed by expertly trained Freedom Physical Therapists, assists the body in releasing restrictions causing pain and dysfunction. Visceral manipulation addresses imbalances throughout body systems, which may take place within and between structures including vascular, urogenital, musculoskeletal, respiratory, lymphatic, and nervous.

16. Myofascial Release 

This hands-on approach treats the body areas which are causing pain and limiting function. Prolonged stretching of the fascia can help release deep tissue restrictions throughout the body.


Occupational Therapy 

17. Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy is a type of manual therapy using light touch to gently manipulate structures affecting the cerebrospinal fluid. Through the palpation of the nervous system, the therapist can discern where there are restrictions in the tissues and release them using safe and gentle techniques. This therapy helps release these tensions to allow the entire body to relax and self-correct.

18. Industrial services 

Freedom Occupational Therapists provide internationally recognized workers’ compensation cost reduction services. Our industrial rehabilitation and assessment services prevent work-related injuries, expeditiously return injured workers to their previous job, and reduce claim costs.


Freedom Occupational therapists are experts in this science, offering services to enhance the workplace and home environments to meet the needs of patients, as well as industrial clients. Therapists provide on-site ergonomic evaluation, followed by detailed recommendations. These include recommendations for environmental setup, and equipment tailored to meet the needs of individual and commercial clients.

20. Lymphedema 

While lymphedema cannot be cured, swelling is often significantly reduced and controlled with manual therapy, exercise, compression, education, and a home management program. Certified Manual Lymphatic Therapists at Freedom provide these comprehensive services. Our Occupational Therapists also offer additional modalities, G5 Cellutec ™ treatment technology, and pneumatic compression sleeves. These state-of-the-art non-invasive therapies enhance the function of the lymphatic and circulatory system, and the appearance of tissues, muscle, skin, and scalp.

21. Pediatric Services

Therapists deliver individualized and effective treatments for many pediatric conditions including parent education, stretching, strengthening, manual therapy, home exercise programming, sport-specific rehab, and at times, orthotics. Torticollis is a common infant diagnosis and Freedom PT therapists can help treat the infant with no pain or discomfort.

22. Hand Therapy 

Our Occupational Therapists understand the unique and challenging needs of patients with hand injuries and conditions and have the skills to provide patients with what they need to return to function. The comprehensive treatment approach includes manual therapy and exercise, with options such as adaptive equipment, splinting, paraffin and taping.

23. Upper Extremities

Freedom Occupational Therapists provide specialty services for conditions involving the upper extremities including the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder. 

Health and Wellness

24. Personal Training 

All of our therapists strive to help you achieve your goals during therapy. From time to time, patients look for alternatives to help continue their progress after therapy is over. Our Personal Training services allow you to continue to work toward your goals and avoid crowded gyms. 

25. Pilates 

Freedom Physical Therapy Services offers Pilates instruction for novice and experienced individuals. Our certified Physical Therapists offer individual Pilates reformer sessions tailored to meet clients’ needs. Pilates may be incorporated into therapy, or provided exclusively. Pilates uses a combination of deep breathing and slow, controlled, non-impact, non-weight-bearing motions. It promotes spinal alignment and muscle coordination, corrects muscle imbalances, and promotes the development of a strong core.

Women’s Health

26. Incontinence

Specialized Freedom Physical Therapists help patients reduce or eliminate inconvenient and embarrassing symptoms associated with incontinence or involuntary loss of bladder or bowel control. Individualized goals are taken into consideration when developing a treatment plan which may include: pelvic muscle exercise, core stabilization, manual therapy, biofeedback, and electrical stimulation.

27. Osteoporosis

Freedom Physical Therapists specialize in risk assessment of and treatment for osteoporosis. Bone mass can be maintained, and even built with proper care. Working with a trained therapist can help to provide you with safe and comfortable ways to build strength, mobility, balance, and functional ability with less risk for bone fracture. 

28. Pelvic pain

Our physical therapists are trained to evaluate and treat abdominal, pelvic, colorectal, and gynecologic pain and dysfunction in men, women, and children. Freedom Physical Therapists, with advanced training in pelvic rehabilitation, offer patients solutions. Pelvic pain may be present in many different forms and is often combined with other pelvic, lumbar, and abdominal disorders.

29. Pregnancy and Post-partum

Freedom Physical Therapists offer specialized services for women who are preparing for, experiencing, or recovering from pregnancy. Many changes occur in a woman’s body as a result of pregnancy and childbirth. Changes occur due to extra stress on pelvic structures while carrying a child, trauma during labor and delivery, and strain related to caring for a newborn. 

30. Breast Health

Patients who suffer from diseases of the breast often experience musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Those recovering from lumpectomy and mastectomy surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, commonly complain of neck and shoulder pain, stiffness, and weakness. In addition to the disease of the breast, clogged milk ducts can be very painful when nursing your child. Did you know that the use of therapeutic ultrasound (a conservative treatment that delivers ultrasonic waves with some slight heat) to treat stubborn blocked ducts in nursing moms?

While these are 30 services that Freedom Physical Therapy Services highlighted to celebrate the 30 years of business, there are many other great services that we offer. For more information on all the services, modalities, and treatment options that help you get back to enjoying more freedom, click on our services website link


Physical Therapist at Freedom Physical Therapy Services
Molly Rittberg received her master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2007 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and went on to receive her doctorate from Rosalind Franklin University (North Chicago) in 2009. She has since worked in an outpatient orthopedic practice where she worked with patients of all ages, injuries and disabilities. She has a wide variety of experiences including knee, ankle, foot and shoulder injuries, post-operative conditions, spinal rehabilitation and peripheral neuropathies.