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Bluegrass Doctors of Physical Therapy, PLLC logo

Bluegrass Doctors of Physical Therapy, PLLC

Louisville, KY 40223
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Bluegrass Doctors of Physical Therapy, PLLC is a Louisville clinic that specializes in manipulative and manual treatments. The clinic’s services include low level laser treatment, scar tissue release, mobilization and/or manipulation, specific exercise programs for pain alleviation, muscle energy, transverse friction massage, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, cupping, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation. Bluegrass Doctors of Physical Therapy, PLLC treats plantar fasciitis, abdominal pain, migraines, headaches, osteoarthritis, POTS syndrome, shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, rheumatoid arthritis, temporal mandibular dysfunction, and more. Dr. Patrick Bray founded Bluegrass Doctors of Physical Therapy, PLLC and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Wheeling Jesuit University. Patients appreciate the care, professionalism, and service they receive.

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Dunn Physical Therapy

Louisville, KY 40241
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Dunn Physical Therapy is a Louisville clinic that has been serving patients for over 14 years. Susan Dunn’s work has been featured in Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants and Physical Therapy Magazine. She also educates clinicians and the community. Services include women’s health and pelvic pain, oncology rehabilitation, pediatrics, pregnancy and post-partum care, men’s health and pelvic pain, and bowel and bladder dysfunction. Dunn Physical Therapy has two locations in Louisville.

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Ellis & Badenhausen Orthopaedics, Inc. logo

Ellis & Badenhausen Orthopaedics, Inc.

Louisville, KY 40223
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Ellis & Badenhausen Orthopaedics, Inc. is a Louisville clinic that has been serving patients for over 50 years. Services include arthritis, physical therapy, osteoporosis, sports injuries, arthroscopic surgery, trauma and fractures, and total joint replacement. John Ellis Jr., M.D. has been the University of Louisville’s team physician since 1983 and he’s a member of the Kentucky Medical Association, the Greater Louisville Medical Society, and the Kentucky Orthopaedic Society. Ellis & Badenhausen Orthopaedics, Inc. has two locations in Louisville. Patients appreciate the friendly and helpful staff and the talented and knowledgeable doctors.

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KORT

Louisville, KY 40223
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KORT is a Louisville clinic that has been providing outpatient therapy to patients for over 28 years. Services include work health, sports medicine, hand therapy, physical therapy, and home care. Physical therapy includes dry needling, manual therapy, aquatic therapy, the McKenzie Method, fall prevention program, vestibular rehabilitation, and cancer rehabilitation. Most of the therapists have a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and the staff takes over 25 hours of continuing education every year. KORT offers extended hours and has over 35 clinics.

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Louisville Physical Therapy, PSC

Louisville, KY 40258
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Louisville Physical Therapy, PSC is a Louisville full-service clinic that has been serving patients for over 19 years. The clinic provides therapy for work injuries, sports injuries, headaches, back pain, pelvic pain, orthopedics, post-surgical conditions, carpal tunnel disorder, auto accident injuries, and arthritis. Treatment can include traction, aquatic therapy, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, orthotics and bracing, and therapeutic exercise. Louisville Physical Therapy, PSC has early and late appointments available and accepts most insurance plans.

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Neuro-Ortho Associates

Louisville, KY 40216
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Neuro-Ortho Associates is a Louisville clinic that provides patients with physical therapy, massage therapy, orthopedics, chiropractic, and neurology. The clinic accepts most workers’ compensation, auto, and health care insurance. Physical therapy includes education and manipulation, mobilization of bones, joints, and tissues, and massage. Eligible patients receive complimentary transportation to the clinic.

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Physical Therapy Associates, Inc.

Louisville, KY 40215
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Physical Therapy Associates, Inc. is a Louisville clinic that specializes in neck and back pain, motor vehicle injuries, orthopedics, sports medicine, work related injuries, diabetic neuropathy treatment, and total joint care. Physical Therapy Associates, Inc. won the Readers’ Choice Award for Best Physical Therapy in Hardin County in 2013, 2014, and 2015. Physical Therapy Associates, Inc. has six offices and the first opened over 13 years ago.

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Pomeroy & Rhoads Orthopaedics PLLC

Louisville, KY 40215
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Pomeroy & Rhoads Orthopaedics PLLC is a Louisville clinic that has been serving patients for over 11 years. Susan Brooks has over 12 years of physical therapy experience and is certified in kinesiotaping, ASTYM, and dry needling. Dr. Pomeroy, Dr. Rhoads, and Dr. Dunkin were voted Louisville Magazine’s Best Doctor in the field of Orthopedic Surgery in 2015. Services include fracture care, total joint replacement, sports medicine, ligament reconstruction, carpal tunnel release, and arthroscopy. Pomeroy & Rhoads Orthopaedics PLLC has two locations in Louisville.

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Prime Time Therapy

Louisville, KY 40272
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Prime Time Therapy is a Louisville clinic that has two locations and extended evening hours. Services include sports injuries, pain management, vestibular disorders, occupational therapy, post-operative rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation, motor vehicle accidents, and work-related injuries. Prime Time Therapy welcomes walk-ins and accepts all insurance. Modalities used include mechanical traction, heat therapy, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, paraffin, and iontophoresis.

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The Center for Holistic Healing, LLC

Crestwood, KY 40056
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The Center for Holistic Healing, LLC, serves customers in Louisville and the surrounding areas. As a part of DNA Doc, it offers one-on-one physical therapy sessions that begin with guided meditation and end in manual therapy and massage. It combines medical therapeutic yoga and integrative physical therapy for disease prevention and acute and chronic pain relief. It also has functional movement, dry needling, and prenatal and postpartum care. Its physical therapist, Lesley Allen, started practicing functional medicine after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much does a physical therapist assistant make?

A: The salary of a physical therapist assistant varies, depending on their experience and the employer. Based on BLS reports, in 2020, the median salary for a physical therapist assistant was $59,770 per year, and physical therapist aides making a median pay of $28,450 for the year.

Q: How much do physical therapists make?

A: Like any other profession, incentives in the physiotherapy industry depend on experience. According to BLS's 2020 report, the entry-level physical therapist made about $63,530, while highly experienced therapists made $126,780. The median pay was $91,010, with the PT’s area of specialization affecting the payment.

Q: How long does it take to become a physical therapist?

A: Cumulatively, an aspiring physical therapist needs to take seven years of college education before becoming licensed. Prospective therapists start with a bachelor’s degree, which takes four years to accomplish, then proceed into a doctorate program, which takes three years to complete. High school students can shorten this duration by taking a Freshman Entry Doctor of Physical Therapy program that takes six years.

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