Important Update: Road Access

Our Second Location—The Wisconsin Performance Institute

Over the last several months, some transitioning has occurred between Stevens Point Orthopedics (SPO) and the former D1 Training-Stevens Point (D1). The transition led to the tough decision of D1 officially closing on Friday, October 28, 2022.

This was an incredibly difficult decision for everyone involved, but D1 could not continue to operate after that date due to various circumstances:

  • Kevin, the general manager, taking on a different position in his professional life
  • D1 not operating optimally
  • SPO expanding our services.

As of March 1, 2023, SPO is the sole owner of the building located at 5501 E M Copps Drive. Our second physical therapy location will remain in that building along with our new product line, the Wisconsin Performance Institute (WPI).

You can expect the same world class treatment and hometown care you’ve come to know during your physical therapy appointments or movement analyses at this location. From now on, it’ll just be referred to as the WPI.

What is the WPI?

The WPI offers movement analysis, physical therapy, and sports performance training for every body and every sport.

Comprised of some of the same passionate and caring physical therapists you’ve come to know, the WPI team is eager to share their knowledge of movement with everyone they meet.

WPI services include but are not limited to:

  • ACL Rehabilitation
  • Golf Performance
  • Running Performance
  • Throwing Performance
  • Other Services
    • Walking Gait Analysis
    • Movement Analysis for Other Activities: Tennis, Hockey, Weightlifting, Volleyball, Dance, Football, Functional Movements

Whether you’re at the WPI location for physical therapy or a movement analysis, the SPO and WPI teams are eager to work with you on all your movement related goals and needs!

Feel free to reach out to anyone at either SPO or WPI if you have any questions about this transition and a team member will be happy to help you.

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