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Inspirit Therapy Associates

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Inspirit Therapy Associates

3852 Creamery Rd
De Pere Wisconsin 54115
United States

(920) 338-9670

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Inspirit Therapy Associates, a private practice owned by a Physical Therapist in De Pere (WI), is a physical therapy-based private practice. For over 20 years, Inspirit has provided comprehensive physical therapy with a one-on-one, whole body approach. We have a number of specialized providers who are trained and educated in manual treatments, special exercises, and advanced modalities. We have one of the first Board Certified Women's Health PTs in WI and we are home to the most comprehensive POTS treatment program in Northeastern Wisconsin. With specialties in lymphedema, concussion, pregnancy, pelvic disorders, oncology, POTS, and orthopedics, no other clinic in our area has the same approach with the full array of Lifestyle Medicine treatment options that we offer.

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Monday6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday6:00 am - 5:00 pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
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About De Pere

De Pere ( dee-PEER) is a city in Brown County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 25,410 at the 2020 census. De Pere is part of the Green Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area. == History == When the first European, Jean Nicolet, visited the place in 1634–35, De Pere was the site of a polyglot settlement of several thousand attracted by the fishing at the first rapids of the Fox River. In 1671, French Jesuit explorer Père Claude-Jean Allouez founded the St. Francis Xavier Mission at the last set of rapids on the Fox River before it enters The Bay of Green Bay. The site was known as Rapides Des Pères (rapids of the fathers) which became modern day De Pere.The present city of De Pere had its beginnings in 1836, when John Penn Arndt and Charles Tullar incorporated the De Pere Hydraulic Company and drew up the first plat of the town. In 1837, a popular vote established De Pere as the county seat of Brown County; it maintained this status until 1854, when another election moved the county seat to Green Bay.Politically, under the first township plan for Brown County, the area that is now the city of De Pere fell on the boundary between the town of Howard (which comprised much of the area west of the Fox River) and the town of "Mason", which comprised roughly the southern half of the county. In 1838, the area was first formally established by the territorial government as a separate township entity. At that time it was named the town of "Wilcox", for Randall Wilcox, who was then president of the De Pere Hydraulic Company, and it comprised most of the area of the current city of De Pere as well as the area that is now the town of Ledgeview, Wisconsin.

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