June 24, 2020: To do our part to minimize exposure/spread of COVID-19 while maintaining viability and promoting the health and well being of our clients, CoreActive is now offering limited in office Physical Therapy appointments on set days and times. We will also continue virtual Telehealth P.T. appointments and wellness consultations to WI residents. We are also offering a variety of fun and engaging 1-on-1 virtual and socially (physically) distanced, outdoor, small group exercise sessions including Essentrics. To inquire about availability email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome Level I Essentrics instructor: Michelle!
CoreActive is thrilled to offer both group classes and 1-on-1 training in Essentrics. To learn more about this awsome movement program check out Classes page.
Essentrics instructor Michelle brings a wealth of experience in both teaching and life to her classes and individual sessions at CoreActive. To learn more about Michelle check out Our Team page.
Congratulations! The American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) granted recertification to Jennifer Klestinski as a Women's Health Board-Certified Clinical Specialist. Clinical specialists demonstrate and advanced breadth of knowledge and clinical experience in a specific area of practice. Women's Health specialists convey expertise in the areas of pelvic health Physical Therapy across the lifespan (from menarche through post-menopause), as well as prevention and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal issues impacting female athletes.
As an Ironman Foundation (IMF) athlete, CoreActive owner Jennifer Klestinski completed Ironman Wisconsin on Sept 13, 2015. Throughout training and up to race weekend, Jennifer committed to raising money for Coaches vs Cancer WI, a branch of the Amercian Cancer Society, which contributes impactful funds to researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Carbonne Cancer Center.
CoreActive Therapy matched 30% of total funds raised via Jenny's Ironman WI CrowdRise page and ultimately with the helps of friends and family raised over $5,000 in 2015 for Coaches vs Cancer WI.
CoreActive is again supporting Tri4Schools' triathlon series in Waunakee and Middleton for the third year running! Through CoreActive's sponsorship, and new this year - a grant, Tri4Schools is able to:
- donate nearly every registration fee dollar to athletes' school of choice
- obtain bikes, helmets, and swim goggles for participants in need
CoreActive is thrilled to partner with Tri4Schools and their mission - raising key funds to support youngsters as they develop crucial physical fitness and healthy habits for a lifetime.
CoreActive's owner, J Klestinski, PT, MPT, OCS, WCS, CSCS, BCB-PMD, presented on Incontinence in Athletes at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association on February 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV. Geared towards practicing as well as student PTs interested in pelvic rehabilitation in the athlete, this evidenced based presentation was hosted by the Section on Women's Health and focused on pelvic floor issues affecting impact and endurance athletes.
Launched in early 2013, through work with local company BackFlip Films, CoreActive's owner produced this video for the Section on Women's Health of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Together with attendees, CoreActive Therapy raised key scholarship funds (via in kind donations) for Girls on the Run of Dane County during the October 30, 2012 seminar: "Posture & Pliability." This free community education event was held in honor of National Physical Therapy Month.
A huge thank you goes out to the following local businesses for donating door prizes for the event:
- Delaney's Restaurant
- Fleet Feet Madison
- Kathy K. designs
- SpaTacular Skin