Progressive Rehab, Sports Therapy and Aesthetics now all under one umbrella

November 29, 2021 | 12:10 am

Updated November 28, 2021 | 9:39 pm

Progressive Sports Therapy is adding Progressive Aesthetics to its list of services. After opening Progressive Rehab more than 28 years ago, occupational therapist Trisha Phelps expanded to add Sports Therapy in 2008 and is ecstatic to join forces with her daughter Kailyn Phelps to now offer aesthetic services. 

Kailyn is a nurse and joined the team as the owner of Progressive Aesthetics in June. Her experience as a CCU nurse has provided her with the expertise and knowledge needed to offer various treatment options within her clinic.  

“My mother and I have a vision to help the community one patient at a time look better and feel better with Progressive Aesthetics treatments,” she said. “By keeping the Progressive name, I knew my mother and business partner would continue the high-level patient satisfaction the community has grown to expect from the Progressive team.”

Aesthetic services include injectables, laser treatment for resurfacing and hair removal, botox, dermal fillers, facials, chemical peels, and other skin alterations. 

Progressive Rehab offers therapy to patients in their homes or at various rehab facilities, while Progressive Sports Therapy exists to provide patients with treatment in an outpatient setting. With 50 employees, the two companies have provided physical, speech, and occupational therapy to thousands of patients in the tri-state area. 

“Our veteran staff of therapists can treat patients of all ages with any number of treatment plans including post-surgery, women’s health, dry needlings, gait training, and more,” Trisha said. “Our goal is to provide one-on-one treatment plans to ensure patient recovery.”

Progressive Rehab, Sports Therapy, and Aesthetics are housed at 1605 Scherm Road, Suite One in Owensboro. Additional information is available on their website here or by searching Progressive Aesthetics on Facebook and Instagram.

November 29, 2021 | 12:10 am

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