We Treat Pain Differently

At Progressive Physical Therapy we understand that pain is the reason that you’re looking for help. We understand that you may have tried many other treatments, but have received no lasting relief. WE ARE NOT YOUR TRADITIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC. Using cutting-edge approaches called PRRT (Primal Reflex Release Technique) and AAT (Associative Awareness Technique), therapist Jim Krupar expects that you’ll have 50% improvement within the first two visits.

Jim has been looking for the same answers as you have for chronic pain relief.  Over his 20 year career, Jim has studied, read, trained, and taken numerous educational courses to find answers to some of the toughest cases he has encountered in his career path.  At this point in his career, Jim feels he has found the two approaches that offer the quickest, most lasting relief he has seen in his 20 years of experience.  These new, cutting edge approaches are called PRRT (Primal Reflex Relief Technique) and AAT (Associative Awareness Technique). Jim has seen results he never thought he would see in his lifetime.  Following treatment utilizing the best traditional and PRRT techniques/exercises, you can experience relief you never thought possible.

We realize that you may have spent untold dollars for pain relief.  We respect each and every one of our patients and we will not waste your time or money.  If this approach does not give you lasting relief in the first 2-4 visits, we will schedule no more visits.  Then, we may refer you in the direction we think best suits your condition.  We have a full list of referral sources to fit nearly any situation.

Please check out our client reviews, events, books and links designed to help answer your questions. Jim Krupar and the resources at Progressive Physical Therapy look forward to being a part of the solution for your pain relief.

Conditions successfully treated

  • Failed surgery
  • Dizziness
  • Chronic pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Headaches
  • TMJ problems
  • Tingling/numbness
  • Shoulder tendonitis/bursitis
  • Tennis and/or golfers elbow
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Work related injuries
  • Ergonomic issues
  • Snapping scapula (shoulder blade)
  • Mid back pain (that constant ache)
  • Low back pain with or without sciatica
  • Hip pain
  • IT band syndrome
  • Knee cap pain
  • Post operative conditions
  • Unresolved pain issues
  • Heel pain
  • Neuropathy
  • Sciatica
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Groin injuries
  • Hamstring injuries


We accept several forms of insurance and are adding more. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the complete list of insurance companies we accept.