Walking and Wheeling

Meet Our Team

We have over 25 years of experience in children's orthotics and mobility assistance.
Peter Jacques, Physical Therapist, PT, C/NDT

Peter Jacques

Physical Therapist

Peter Jacques, PT, C/NDT has over 25 years of experience helping children of all ages and diagnoses to achieve mobility. Peter has worked in outpatient pediatrics, inpatient at a children’s hospital and more recently in a neonatal intensive care unit. Peter was the coordinator of an adaptive seating and orthotics clinic for several years. Peter has been a pediatric physical therapist in several Birth-to-Three programs in Wisconsin, and for a school district. He is a certified neurodevelopmental treatment therapist for children and infants. He has had extensive continuing education in all areas of pediatric therapy. He has the expertise to help children develop movement skills regardless of age or diagnosis. Working with the child’s team of care providers, Peter can attain the most innovative and effective treatment and equipment for your child.
Bryan Jacques, Office Manager

Bryan Jacques

Assistive Technology Professional

Bryan Jacques, BSN, ATP is one of our assistive technology professionals and the office manager at Walking and Wheeling. He graduated from the University of North Dakota with his bachelors in nursing. Bryan then served as an emergency room nurse and a clinical optimization specialist for the Hospital Sisters Health System in Green Bay, WI. In 2016, He graduated from the University of Pittsburg with his ATP certification. As a certified Assistive Technology Professional(ATP), Bryan is trained to evaluate the needs of children with positioning and mobility challenges and provide assistance to family and therapists in choosing the most suitable adaptive equipment for their child. It can be difficult to be able to prioritize needs as well as assess what equipment will have the most impact on a child. Bryan loves taking on these challenges to be able to get your kid moving!
Brittany Reinke, PT, DPT

Brittany Reinke

Physical Therapist

Brittany Reinke, PT, DPT earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities in 2015 after completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology- Human Performance from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Brittany’s heart lies in working with children with special needs and their families, which is evident in her past experiences. This special interest has led her to pursue a multitude of clinical and non-clinical experiences with children and adults with special needs. Throughout her life she has volunteered for Special Olympics of NE Wisconsin, PRIDE (Physical activity and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities in the Eau Claire area), and continues to volunteer for the Miracle League of Green Bay just to name a few. Clinically, Brittany has experience in various settings including the NICU, hospital inpatient and neuro-rehabilitation, outpatient, within patient homes, and in a school setting. All of these experiences have helped Brittany become a skilled clinician in providing excellent care for your child’s orthotic, positioning, and mobility equipment needs.
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Mark Omdal

Assistive Technology Professional

Mark Omdal is a assistive technology professional at Walking and Wheeling and plays a key roll in business development. His analytical and business experience allows him to optimize the day to day operations and the future growth of Walking and Wheeling. Mark's attention to detail and mechanical skills lend to the assembly, fit, and maintaining of the products designed for patients. Mark graduated from Colorado Christian University in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and a minor in Finance and has experience in many different business environments including real estate rental management, banking, loan underwriting/analytics, and equipment rental operations management and maintenance.

Along with building his career, Mark has invested in both his country, as an officer in the Air National Guard, and in the next generation through several non profit programs for kids. Mark is excited to have the opportunity to be a part of Walking and Wheeling and brings the perfect balance of business knowledge and mechanical skills to help get kids moving and to continue to help the next generation thrive!

Norah Geske, Administrative Assistant

Norah Geske

Administrative Assistant

Norah Geske is the administrative assistant at Walking and Wheeling. She graduated with a degree in American Sign Language Interpreting from FVTC in Appleton, Wisconsin. Norah has an extensive personal and professional background working with exceptional children. Over the past 10 years, Norah has worked with special needs children within the Charlotte, North Carolina public school system. She has also worked as a patient access specialist for Carolinas Health Care System in Charlotte. Personally, Norah has a special needs twin sister and has seen firsthand the challenges that face special needs children. These experiences have given her a love and passion to advocate for children with special needs and for their families. Norah looks forward to serving your family.

Who We Are

People all over the state have chosen Walking and Wheeling to help their child achieve greater mobility.
We provide mobility assistive technology and expert medical services to children who need mobility assistance.

“Oh that men would give thanks to the LORD for His goodness, And for His wonderful works to the children of men!”

Psalm 107:8

Our Story

Walking and Wheeling was launched in October of 2005 by Peter Jacques, PT to meet the orthotic needs of children in Northeast Wisconsin who were Wisconsin Medicaid recipients. Since 2005 we have expanded to serve the needs of children for orthotics, mobility and positioning throughout the entire state of Wisconsin. We started with just one child for one ankle foot orthotic, and now serve over 1000 different children per year with over a 100 different products, and services. We also meet the rehab equipment needs of many schools and clinics. Peter began the business in a small office in his home, and used his garage to store equipment. He now operates the business in a kid friendly, 1800 square foot facility. Walking and Wheeling has served children and their families in the family’s home, in daycares, schools, medical clinics, therapy facilities, and at our main office location. Our patients and clients come from a vast variety of backgrounds, ethnicities, and diagnoses.

Our Vision

To glorify God by positively impacting children with special needs and their families.

Our Mission

To “Get kids moving”. We give thanks and glory to God for all He has done for this business as we seek to represent our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Our Values


We are sensitive to the feelings, needs, and struggles of each child and strive to meet their individual needs.


We do not see our patients as children with disabilities, but as children with abilities to overcome their own personal challenges.


It is our goal to give the most honest and fair answer to every question. We don’t compromise our service just for a sale.


It is our goal to bring the most comprehensive, up to date, and friendly care possible, allowing customers to make the best choices for their child.


There is opportunity in every situation for positivity. The challenges of any disability are far outweighed by the joy each child brings to us each day.

“And he took him by the right hand and lifted him up, and immediately his feet and ankle bones received strength. So he, leaping up, stood and walked and entered the temple with them—walking, leaping, and praising God. And all the people saw him walking and praising God.”

Acts 3:7-9

“Let it be known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified, whom God raised from the dead, by Him this man stands here before you whole.”

Acts 4:10

"Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved."

Acts 4:12

Walking and Wheeling

We provide mobility assistive technology and expert medical services to children who need mobility assistance in the State of Wisconsin.


Office: (920) 968-7528

Billing: (920) 968-7532


Fax: 1-866-878-1996


W4652 Glenn St.
Appleton, WI 54913


By appointment only
Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30


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