Since opening our doors to patients back in 2010, Points of Stillness has been a leading Occupational Therapy Center for patients in the Hudson, Wisconsin area. We care about the satisfaction of our patients and guarantee top of the line medical services to get you back to full health. Visit us today and see how we can help you or your loved ones.
Points of Stillness mission is to provide cutting edge specialty therapeutic programs integrating traditional and non-traditional modalities for health and healing for all ages.
Points of Stillness was founded in 2010 by Nancy Lawton– Shirley an occupational therapist who is internationally known for her expertise in sensory processing and energy work.
Points of Stillness is a wellness program which combines a wide range of approaches to health and well-being for children and adults. We are located in beautiful Hudson, Wisconsin.
Occupational & Speech Therapy Clinic
Points of Stillness provides cutting edge interventions and techniques for wellness and rehabilitation. We offer a variety of holistic specialty programs for children, adults and the whole family.
Sensory Processing Treatment
Independence in daily living
Listening protocols including Auditory Integration Training, Therapeutic Listening, *ILS, REI and other listening protocols
CranioSacral Therapy and other Energy work Cerebral Electrical Stimulation (Acuscope)
Myopulse for release of muscle pain
Chi Machine/ Far Infrared
Higher Brain Living (HBL)
Client Intake Forms
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Points of Stillness offers Collaborative Models for adults and children through cutting edge techniques and professional expertise in areas of:
Cranial Sacral / Myofascial Release
Intensive Programs (Interactive Metronome, Auditory Integration Training, Acuscope, Cranial Sacral Therapy)
Higher Brain Living
All services and techniques at Points of Stillness are from a holistic approach
Points of Stillness
2705 Enloe Street, Hudson, WI 54016
Phone - (715) 690-2600
Fax - (715) 381-8131
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday:
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.