Welcome to Sports Rehab & Professional Therapy Associates

"I am pain free and take no medication thanks to Sports Rehab and especially Katie and I am grateful every day. I feel like a new person thanks to her. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!"

Brad K.

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We have strong ties with local physicians and regional specialists. Strong relationships and mutual respect between our therapists and physicians help ensure excellent outcomes.

Our Services

We treat clients with empathy and dignity and we work hard to improve our client's lives through physical therapy.

Patient Reviews
  • I have had a great experience here at Sports Rehab.

    R.S.

  • How wonderful to feel great again!

    K. Rix

  • Could not ask for better care with Dan

    Richard S.

  • A positive experience overall.

    Don T.

  • We felt our son was getting the best care available.

    Joshua N.

  • I feel my care with Sports Rehab is the best.

    Bernie K.

Direct Access

You can save time and money and get immediate treatment by seeing a physical therapist first.

Now you can see a therapist without a doctors referral!

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Conditions

  • Back Pain
    & Sciatica


    Sports Rehab & Professional Therapy Associates

  • Sports
    Injury


    Sports Rehab & Professional Therapy Associates

  • Neck Pain
    & Headaches


    Sports Rehab & Professional Therapy Associates

  • Hip &
    Knee Pain


    Sports Rehab & Professional Therapy Associates

  • Balance
    Disorders


    Sports Rehab & Professional Therapy Associates

Helpful Tips & Facts

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