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Get back to doing what you love!

At DPT, every visit matters; every moment creates an opportunity. Our expert clinicians listen to your concerns and your goals. Working together, we’ll create a treatment plan that works for you in your life. With convenient locations throughout the Midwest, we help you get better, faster!

Keeping you safe, healthy, and active during a pandemic!

Physical therapy has been deemed an essential healthcare service by the Federal government and the Department of Homeland Security with the specific function of unburdening the healthcare system from patients that would present to doctors’ offices and emergency rooms with acute musculoskeletal injuries or pain. Our clinics are open and ready to treat you with the highest attention to infection control. Learn More…

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DPT offers physical therapy in-person or virtually to give you more flexibility with your schedule.

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With locations throughout the midwest, our therapists will help you get better, faster!

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