Helping you overcome pain, injury and disability
Our team of 40+ board-certified physical therapists is here to help you overcome any physical issues that may be causing pain or keeping you from your way of life. Physical therapy is part of St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Services, which also includes occupational therapy, speech therapy and pediatric rehab. These services are available for all ages, from newborn to end-of-life.
What does a physical therapist (PT) do?
A PT is a movement expert who can help improve your quality of life through prescribed exercise or hands-on care such as manual therapy, myofascial release and dry needling. Our therapists may also use other treatment techniques to help with retraining your muscles for better performance or improving your mobility.
What can a PT treat?
PTs can help with the following:
- Amputation and prosthetic issues
- Cancer rehab
- Ear, neck and jaw pain
- Fall prevention
- Hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder injuries
- Joint issues
- Neurological conditions
- Pediatric conditions
- Pelvic floor health
- Post-stroke care
- Posture restoration
- Pre and post-operative rehab
- Pregnancy and postpartum care
- Running pain or analysis
- Sports injuries and return to sport
- Swelling and lymphedema
- Work conditioning
What does treatment look like?
Treatment can be broken into 3 steps:
- A 60-minute initial assessment and treatment plan development
- Appointments with your PT for 4 to 6 weeks
- At-home activities and long-term recovery
How do I know if I should see a PT?
Are you having difficulty participating in activities you enjoy or getting through your day? Our goal is for you to be able to do the things you love and be as functional as possible. If you are wondering if PT can you help you, call 218.249.6040.
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St. Luke’s does not require a referral. To see if your insurance company requires one, call the number on your card or give us a call.