Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy

All patients have a choice. Make the smart one and experience physical therapy at Physio.

How you participate in your own healthcare matters. At Physio, we work alongside our patients to provide excellent, evidence-based care for a variety of orthopedic conditions. Our doctoral-trained physical therapists have extensive experience in musculoskeletal care across the spectrum of preventing injury to recovering from orthopedic surgery.

Common injuries that we treat include:

  • Neck and back pain

  • Sports-related injuries and performance issues

  • Pre/Post-surgical orthopedic patients (ACL, meniscus, back, hip, shoulder, ankle)

  • Fitness athlete injuries (i.e. Crossfit, weightlifting, etc.)

    • We will not tell you the only way to improve your pain is with rest and ibuprofen!

  • Shoulder pain

  • Postural dysfunction

  • Runner’s injury treatment & prevention

  • Dance/performing arts injuries

  • Work-related injury (i.e. Worker’s Compensation Cases)

Patient visits are spent entirely one-on-one with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (not an aide or assistant). Each treatment plan is individualized based on findings during examination and goals developed between you and your therapist.

A hallmark of our patient experience is transparent pricing for healthcare services. We simply believe that patients should not have to guess how much their medical services will cost.

Based on our fee-for-service clinic structure, we aim to reduce recovery times, eliminate co-pays, and total number of visits traditionally seen in most physical therapy clinics. We can then give you a medical receipt to submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. Most patients experience similar or reduced out-of-pocket costs at the end of therapy when compared to traditional clinics.

Appointments can be scheduled at our convenient Rapid City location in the newly renovated Landstrom's Building in the Gap at 405 Canal Street, across from Founder’s Park.

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