Grand Rapids

  • Concussion Myths

    Concussion Myths

    August 23, 2021

    With the start of the upcoming school year approaching, so is the beginning of contact sports seasons, such as football and soccer. An influx in sports seasons creates greater susceptibility in sustaining a concussion. These days, most schools and sports programs provide appropriate baseline testing and education, but sometimes the facts regarding concussions are misunderstood. […]

  • Supporting Locally-Owned Businesses

    Supporting Locally-Owned Businesses

    February 9, 2021

    Remaining 100% locally-owned is a rarity in the world of Physical Therapy practices. Historically, if a physical therapist starts a private practice the trend is to grow it and then sell to a national corporation, making bank and trotting off into the sunset. This is exactly what has occurred with most of our competitors here […]

  • Common Running Mistakes

    Common Running Mistakes

    November 17, 2020

    With the fall season comes a new wave of races to train for, and new ambitions to get back into a good running regimen. This year has been especially different due to COVID-19. People have either been creative with home workouts or have stopped working out altogether due to gym closures and protocols. Regardless of […]

  • What Can Be Done About Degenerative Arthritis?

    What Can Be Done About Degenerative Arthritis?

    November 2, 2020

    Some of the common questions we get as physical therapists are “How can physical therapy help with arthritis?” or “You can’t do anything about arthritis right?” The good news is, there are research proven things that we as physical therapists can do to help with arthritis. Let’s first start with some science explaining what arthritis […]

  • Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy Celebrates 20 Years!

    Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy Celebrates 20 Years!

    September 16, 2020

    Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy is gearing up to celebrate its 20th year anniversary. Over the last two decades, we have been committed to serving our neighbors as we have grown to be the largest 100% locally-owned, independent physical therapy practice in the Greater Grand Rapids Area. Hulst Jepsen believes healing should be accessible to the […]

  • 5 Ways Physical Therapy can be of Benefit to YOU!

    5 Ways Physical Therapy can be of Benefit to YOU!

    August 17, 2020

    Often times physical therapy is thought to only be necessary after surgery or a major injury in an effort to get the patient back to their regular daily activities. While a physical therapist might excel at returning individuals to their full functional capacity, there are other ways you might benefit from physical therapy as well. […]



    April 24, 2020

      The global and rapid spread of COVID-19 across the state of Michigan resulted in the closing of our 15 local clinics on March 25th like many other businesses in the area. At this time, the company’s ownership has made the decision to re-open each of the locations to the public beginning on May 1st. […]

  • Strengthen your Balance

    Strengthen your Balance

    April 7, 2020

      “I am fearful. I have a history of falling, and I don’t want to fall ever again.”  Would you believe me if I said you can “strengthen” your balance? Doesn’t seem right, does it? How do you “strengthen” your balance? Balance works just like our muscles. Remember the saying, “If you don’t use it, […]

  • Check out our Sportsmetrics™ Certified Therapists

    Check out our Sportsmetrics™ Certified Therapists

    March 17, 2020

    Check out our Sportsmetrics™ Certified Therapists What is Sportsmetrics™? Sportsmetrics™ is the first and largest ACL injury prevention and return-to-play program SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN to decrease serious knee ligament injuries in female athletes. The program was developed by Dr. Frank Noyes and his team at the Cincinnati SportsMedicine Research and Education Foundation and has been utilized […]

  • What doctor should I see?

    What doctor should I see?

    February 18, 2020

    As a physical therapist, I get this question about once a week, “So, what doctor should I see for this condition?” It’s a really good question. Just like a lawyer may specialize in real estate, divorce or tax law, many physicians have sub-specialties too. Your surgeon may have done a great job giving you a […]