Special Evaluations

Sports Injury Assessment Screenings

ACL injuries, and other knee injuries, are very common in young athletes, especially young female athletes. Protect your daughter’s knees this season by bringing her in for a $20 Assessment provided by a doctor of physical therapy. Our therapist will analyze video of your daughter’s biomechanics to determine how at risk she is for one of these types of injuries. We will then provide ways to decrease the risk for these types of knee injuries. Call 414-858-1361 to schedule your assessment today!  


Relief is only two feet away… Even if your feet don’t hurt, they may be a major factor contributing to your health problems. Pain in various parts of your body may be traced directly to your feet! A foot problem may be the cause of discomfort or pain in your leg/hip, back, arm/shoulder or even your neck! Custom-made, orthotics may be part of the solution to your health problems. These custom-fit orthotics are just for you so they fit better than anything on the market. Interested in learning more? Contact us today and see if you are a good candidate for custom-fit orthotics at 414-858-1361.


PROCare Physical Therapy is a physical therapy office dedicated to promoting the overall health and well-being of our patients. In keeping with our holistic approachwe have partnered with two very experienced massage therapists who offer 3 types of massage to help your healing process. Both Massage Therapists rent space out of our Greenfield Office located at 6520 W. Layton Ave and schedule their own therapy appointments. Please contact them via their information provided below:
Sarah Speder: 414-699-6377 or check out her website athttp://www.truemassage.net/
Diane Sander: 414-731-4122

What is Massage Therapy?
Massage Therapy is a general term for several disciplines that utilize many forms of body work techniques to promote healing and health.  It is the systemized, therapeutic stroking, rubbing, or kneading of the skin and underlying muscle and other soft tissue of the individual.  Massage therapy aids physical and psychological relaxation, improvement of circulation, relief of sore muscles and other therapeutic efforts.

Therapeutic Massage

Our therapist utilizes a variety of modalities specifically designed to address your problem areas for the relief and management of pain.

Sport Massage

Treatment geared toward the serious or not-so-serious athlete to relieve the soreness that results from athletic activity and get you back into the sport of your choice.

Relaxation Massage

The classic and best known use of Massage, our Relaxation Massage serves to manage the tension and stress of everyday life.

Massage is no longer a luxury reserved only for the wealthy. It is fast becoming an accepted form of alternative healthcare treatment due to its ability to increase circulation, relieve tension, decrease stress and manage pain.

Do you suffer from any of the following?

  • Headaches
  • Low Back Pain
  • Whiplash
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Sciatica

We can help. Call today to schedule your massage with Diane or Sarah!
Sarah Speder: 414-699-6377  or  http://www.truemassage.net/
Diane Sander: 414-731-4122

Crossbow Evaluations

We are certified by the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to do crossbow evaluations including those evaluations necessary for injured or impaired bow hunters.

You will need to have your doctor sign the permit and then come to us to complete the evaluation.  We will then provide the information that you need in time for you to receive your bow hunting permit.
Call us today for an appointment at 414-858-1361!

Golf Eval

Don’t Let Back Pain Handicap Your Golf Game, Schedule Your Golf Injury Assessment with Our Experienced Physical Therapists!

Golfer’s Preseason Checklist to Ensure a Healthy Back
  1. Visit a physical therapist who is experienced working with golfers. Ask for a golf-specific physical assessment and conditioning program that includes strengthening and stretching.
  2. Take a lesson from a PGA professional about fundamentals and how the body should move during the golf swing. Preferably, choose a PGA instructor who uses video to analyze your swing.
  3. Practice golf-specific drills to learn correct movements during your swing. This will help to decrease the chances for back injury.
  4. Ensure your clubs fit you properly. For example, are your clubs too short or long? Are the shafts too flexible or stiff?
  5. Get to the course early to make sure you do a golf-specific warm-up routine before hitting balls or playing golf. A thorough warm-up includes easy swings, stretching and mentally thinking about your swing mechanic to prevent a strain of one’s back muscles. Work on each component of the swing and especially tempo, so you don’t over swing. This may include using the driving range and putting green.
  6. Consider some type of anti-inflammatory before, during and/or after playing 18 or more holes of golf. Ice is a natural anti-inflammatory and should be used to relieve lower back pain after repetitive activities like golf (15 min). Heat is indicated if more stiff waking up in the morning.