Our Clinic

Two Convenient Clinic Locations

Advance Physical Therapy is a local, family-owned physical therapy provider operating at two clinic locations in Muskego and New Berlin. For more than 29 years, founder Amy Helminski has practiced physical therapy in a variety of settings, including hospitals, industrial practice, private practice, and outpatient venues. She now has embarked upon her own private practice for the last 14 years with a wonderful team of knowledgeable, caring staff. The vision of their outpatient sites was to not be restricted by bureaucratic guidelines, but rather to develop a specialty practice and devote time to the lifelong healthcare relationships with clients and the referral community through  highly effective and personalized care. Besides being highly skilled and technically trained, our team's strong suit is understanding, and being able to bring you back to your complete self.

Muskego Clinic
S. 74 W. 17045 Janesville Road

Muskego, WI 53150
(414) 422-4678

New Berlin Clinic
12555 W. National Avenue

New Berlin, WI 53151
Suite 201
(414) 422-4678

Advance Physical Therapy - Clinic Team

Choose an Experienced and Certified Team

As a board certified member of the American Physical Therapy Association, an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist since 1995, Amy and her team employ advanced evaluation and treatment techniques throughout their clinics. In their practice, Advance Physical Therapy evaluates the rehabilitation needs of persons with musculoskeletal dysfunctions and disabilities treating the related muscle, bone, joint, tendon and nerve components of the injury. Equally important is the need to address prevention of injuries and the possible resulting disabilities. Secondary extensive training and knowledge is utilized in managing and treating occupational injuries with success. This includes treating both in clinic and onsite, involving injury prevention, and executing return to work programs.


Choose Active Community Leaders in Physical Therapy

Amy and her team are  extremely active in both the national and state levels of the Physical Therapy Associations. Amy currently holds positions on the local district and state Executive Boards of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association (WPTA), as well as numerous positions over the last 26 years. In addition to these professional commitments, she has maintained didactic involvement as a clinical mentor/instructor for both PT and PTA interns. Through these opportunities, she has integrated both her clinical skills and passion for quality care with the desire to promote the profession of physical therapy. To read through the bios of our physical therapists, please visit our staff page.