Bodyworx Physical Therapy & Concussion Center is a clinic in Wichita that accommodates people of any age and disability. The facility aims to put an end to pain and help individuals “get more out of life every day” without the use of pills, and it follows the cost-effective A.I.M. Patient Treatment Method™ that the team has developed for its clients’ exclusive use. The founder is an adjunct professor at Wichita State University, who teaches anatomy, orthopedics, and rehabilitation, and he is Kansas’ first physical therapist to become a member of the American Medical Athletic Association. Bodyworx Physical Therapy & Concussion Center has an affiliation with the American Physical Therapy Association, Kansas River Valley Triathlon Club, Run Wichita, and Oz Bike Club, and it gives a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. The company website features a wealth of resources, such as articles and podcasts about choosing the right provider, and it contains the downloadable health history form.
Wichita, KS(316) 558-8808
CORE Physical Therapy is a practice in Wichita that has been around since 2002. The company understands the health needs of the locals and shares their wellness goals, and some of the therapists have been improving the quality of life in the area for more than 25 years. The facility provides a positive, comfortable, and respectful environment, which implements programs according to the clients’ specific requirements, and the team consists of only licensed physical therapists. CORE Physical Therapy caters to residents downtown, and it also accommodates those from surrounding communities, including Sunflower, Planeview United, New Salem, Indian Hills River Bend, Harrison Park, El Pueblo, Chisholm Creek, Benjamin Hills, and Sleepy Hollow.
Wichita, KS(316) 858-1177
Harter Physical Therapy is a clinic in Goddard. The team consists entirely of doctors of physical therapy, who are also certified orthopedic specialists, and the owners and lead practitioners are a married couple who met while pursuing their post-graduate studies at the University of Kansas Medical Center. The center offers a range of services, including rehabilitation for amputees and persons with neurological conditions, and some of the treatments are myofascial release, manual and mechanical traction, therapeutic exercise, balance and proprioceptive training, gait and assistive-device training, Kinesio taping, cryotherapy, thermotherapy, and iontophoresis. Harter Physical Therapy runs special programs for pregnant women, highly active athletes, and senior citizens, and it provides workplace ergonomic assessments to help employers reduce the prevalence of workers’ compensation cases in their business. The staff serves the city and nearby areas, such as Anness, Bel Aire, Greenwich Heights, Mount Hope, Oaklawn-Sunview, St. Paul, Valley Center, and Wego.
Goddard, KS(316) 550-6132
Onpoint Physical Therapy is a provider of personalized patient care in Wichita that takes pride in administering one of the city’s most successful spinal rehabilitation programs. The team implements “proven scientific methodologies” in physical, occupational, and speech therapies, and it caters to the city and nearby areas, including Bentley, Cheney, Garden Plain, Murray Gill, Park City, Sedgwick, St. Mary Aleppo, and Trails View. The facility offers a friendly, safe, and nurturing atmosphere that promotes faster healing, and it has state-of-the-art facilities that any age group can use. Onpoint Physical Therapy welcomes requests for home visits, and it gives back to the community by supporting the worthy causes of organizations, such as the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Kansas Masonic Home that runs programs for the elderly who cannot afford health care services.
Wichita, KS(316) 260-2424
Palmer Physical Therapy for Women is a wellness provider for the female community in Wichita. The clinic is a local establishment that shares and understands the health needs and wellness goals of ladies in the area, and it caters to residents in the city and surrounding neighborhoods, such as Bois d’Arc, Geuda Springs, Greenwich, Oxford, St. Marks, Towanda, Viola, and McConnell Air Force Base. The team consists of doctors of physical therapy and licensed physical therapists with decades of combined professional experience, and they have a background in orthopedic and sports medicine, oncology rehabilitation, spine dysfunction management, behavior management, and other disciplines. Palmer Physical Therapy for Women takes pride in proven results and best outcomes, and some of the issues it resolves are urinary incontinence, organ prolapse, and pelvic pain. The company website contains general history and other forms.
Wichita, KS(316) 630-9944
TheraPlay Spot is a provider of pediatric occupational and physical therapy in Wichita that commits to “helping extraordinary children do extra ordinary things.” The facility fosters a fun and encouraging environment for the kids and their families, and it caters to residents of the city and surrounding communities, including Andover, Belle Plaine, Conway Springs, Derby, El Dorado, Leon, North Newton, Rose Hill, South Haven. The team consists of licensed and professionally experienced therapists, and it bases its programs on the specific requirements and goals of each young client. TheraPlay Spot holds a National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy approval, and it is a recipient of the 2016 Wichita Small Business Award in Occupational Therapy. The owner has been part of the industry for more than 20 years, and she speaks nationally about sensory processing disorder, pediatric OT strategies, and related topics.
Wichita, KS(316) 618-1252
Tranquillity Physical Therapy is a practice in Wichita that emphasizes therapist-patient collaboration and client education on improving the quality of life. The team offers clinically based services to individuals of all ages, including infants, adolescents, and members of the Lucky Few generation, and the team consists of licensed and highly experienced physical therapists, massage therapists, and rehabilitation medicine providers. Tranquillity Physical Therapy assists with the filing of insurance claims, and it caters to residents in the downtown area and adjacent neighborhoods, such as Westlink, Sherwood Glen, Meadowlark, Matlock Heights, La Placita Park, Hilltop-Jefferson, Fabrique, and Courtland. The company website contains the forms that newcomers must fill out and submit on their first visit, and it features introductory letters to physicians and attorneys.
Wichita, KS(316) 773-0909
True Physical Therapy is a practice in Wichita that strives to bring complete healing to the “body, soul, and heart.” The center provides a safe and supportive atmosphere that takes into account each client’s struggles with physical impairments, deficits, and disabilities, and it creates a treatment plan that matches the health needs and wellness goals of the individual. The team handles orthopedics, sports and post-operation rehabilitation, chronic pain management, traumatic injury treatment, and the intervention types include manual therapy, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, endurance and gait training, neuromuscular re-education, and fall prevention. True Physical Therapy also engages in running analysis and selective functional movement assessment, and it offers programs for people injured in a motor vehicle or job-related accident. The company website features valuable information to help patients make a sound decision, and it also contains the newcomer packet with intake forms.
Wichita, KS(316) 260-8239
WorkSafe Physical Therapy is a practice in Wichita that has been preventing job-related injuries and increasing the productivity of the labor force since 2000. The company offers physical, occupational, and worksite therapies, and some of the tasks are ergonomic assessments, employment-demands analysis, physical ability testing, functional capacity evaluation, urine drug testing, and industrial athlete program design and management. WorkSafe Physical Therapy is a member of The Alternative Board, Employee Assistance Consultants, Society for Human Resource Management – Wichita, and Wichita Independent Business Association, and it helps companies lower the prevalence of Occupational Safety and Health Administration-recordable injuries, and control workers’ compensation costs, by devising safety systems that match their specific needs and resources. The team serves the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods, including The Elm, Southwest Village, Schweiter East, Rockhurst, Orchard Breeze, Northeast Heights, Crown Heights, Country Overlook, and College Hill.
Wichita, KS(316) 262-8800