Select Physical Therapy

At Select Physical Therapy, our experienced clinical team will design an individualized plan of care that aligns with your specific goals in mind.

Through experience, advanced clinical training and clear communication with our patients, our therapy team will give you the advantage in recovery.We are proud to be part of the community and are committed to providing each patient with an exceptional experience that promotes healing and recovery in a safe, compassionate environment. Call or request an appointment and experience the power of physical therapy today.

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Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 12/21/2021

Leave it to our creative Wi******er VA team to find a way to turn a timeless Christmas song into a series of pretty great ugly sweater photos. The 12 Days of Christmas have never been more entertaining!

12/20/2021

They’re stoked? We’re super stoked to partner with the PPA. As part of the Select Medical family of physical therapy brands, we’re excited to provide care to all of the picklers out there.
#proudpartner #powerofphysicaltherapy

We are stoked to announce that Select Physical Therapy joins the PPA Tour to provide enhanced wellness for all athletes🙌🏼 Read more🔗 https://www.ppatour.com/the-ppa-tour-and-select-medical-sign-exclusive-partnership-deal/
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Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 12/18/2021

Using a little digital magic, our "elves" at the Clayton, NC center found a creative way to wish everyone a Merry Christmas!

12/16/2021

As we countdown to 2022, we believe it’s the perfect time to reflect on the special role our physical therapists play as they guide patients through the toughest moments with compassion. Caring for the whole person, both physically and emotionally, helps patients heal effectively.

But what drives our physical therapists? How do they help unlock happiness?

As we begin our special end-of-year countdown, let’s hear from Kessler Rehabilitation Center's Farris Fakhoury P.T., DPT. He shares why he became a physical therapist, the meaning of happiness, and the power of gratitude as an important component of the healing process.

Kessler Rehabilitation Center is part of the Select Medical Outpatient family of brands.

#physicaltherapy #powerofphysicaltherapy #humanconnection #happiness #gratitude #compassion #ptmoments

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 12/11/2021

Ho, ho, ho! Who wouldn't go? Our new Midlothian, VA center's open house event was such a success, even Santa, Mrs. Clause and some elves made the long trip to come and celebrate.

Timeline photos 12/10/2021

Congratulations to Mason, who recently graduated from physical therapy for an ankle sprain, and went on to win “Lineman of the Year” for the CFA Liberty Conference prior to his team winning the All-Star game. He was treated at our Jonestown center under the care of Lee Paglia, MPT, and Jennifer Kitlan, PTA.

Congratulations to Mason, who recently graduated from physical therapy for an ankle sprain, and went on to win “Lineman of the Year” for the CFA Liberty Conference prior to his team winning the All-Star game. He was treated at our Jonestown center under the care of Lee Paglia, MPT, and Jennifer Kitlan, PTA.

Timeline photos 12/09/2021

Our Arvada team loves encouraging notes from patients. Our patient Travis shared, "On May 28, 2021, I was flown to St. Mary's in Grand Junction from Moab via helicopter, unable to feel or move anything below my waist. Thanks to the amazing skills, care, passion and dedication of the Select PT team in Arvada, you have made it possible for me to:
-Walk 4-5 miles daily without assistance.
-Stop prescription pain medication.
-Weekly hikes that include 8 miles with 1500 feet incline/decline with my dog.
-Get back in a side-by-side RZR for all-day adventures with no negative side effects.
I cannot properly put into words how grateful I am, but I can assure you that I will never forget all that you have done for me. "

Our Arvada team loves encouraging notes from patients. Our patient Travis shared, "On May 28, 2021, I was flown to St. Mary's in Grand Junction from Moab via helicopter, unable to feel or move anything below my waist. Thanks to the amazing skills, care, passion and dedication of the Select PT team in Arvada, you have made it possible for me to:
-Walk 4-5 miles daily without assistance.
-Stop prescription pain medication.
-Weekly hikes that include 8 miles with 1500 feet incline/decline with my dog.
-Get back in a side-by-side RZR for all-day adventures with no negative side effects.
I cannot properly put into words how grateful I am, but I can assure you that I will never forget all that you have done for me. "

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 12/07/2021

The first week of December is National Handwashing Awareness Week. Regular handwashing is one of the best ways to prevent infection, avoid sickness and stop the spread of germs. Whether at home, work or in the community, find out how handwashing can protect you and your family.

Timeline photos 12/06/2021

Our Castleton team had the pleasure of getting to know the Pritchard family well, treating multiple family members.
"We have been to Select Physical Therapy several times in the last two years," shared the family. "Marcus has seen four of the five members of our family for various reasons, and he has been fantastic at helping all of us. Our young daughters with knee injuries benefited greatly from his excellent care and careful observations to help them heal. My vertigo was sorted out in one appointment! Maria at the front office is always a delight to work with in setting up appointments. Marcus is our go-to-guy for any injury!"

Our Castleton team had the pleasure of getting to know the Pritchard family well, treating multiple family members.
"We have been to Select Physical Therapy several times in the last two years," shared the family. "Marcus has seen four of the five members of our family for various reasons, and he has been fantastic at helping all of us. Our young daughters with knee injuries benefited greatly from his excellent care and careful observations to help them heal. My vertigo was sorted out in one appointment! Maria at the front office is always a delight to work with in setting up appointments. Marcus is our go-to-guy for any injury!"

12/03/2021

Have you been experiencing neck pain? Watch Deanna Lenihan, DPT, demonstrate ways to deal with neck discomfort in our Moment of Movement!

Timeline photos 12/02/2021

Earlier this week, Tim Dalton, MSPT, DPT, of our Clayton, N.C. center, awarded Al Hocutt his Coin Program certificate upon successful completion of his total knee replacement therapy.

Al worked hard throughout treatment and reported feeling 90-95% better. He thanked us for our help, but he is who we should thank. Al and others in our military branches protect us from foreign threats and keep us safe. We salute you, Big Al, for your service and dedication.

Al served in the U.S. Air Force where he was a Weather Observer. He supplied direct support to our space shuttle system, was a member of the Air Force Rawinsonde Unit where he engaged with weather balloons and rockets and was a member of the Rapid Deployment Force during the Gulf War.

Earlier this week, Tim Dalton, MSPT, DPT, of our Clayton, N.C. center, awarded Al Hocutt his Coin Program certificate upon successful completion of his total knee replacement therapy.

Al worked hard throughout treatment and reported feeling 90-95% better. He thanked us for our help, but he is who we should thank. Al and others in our military branches protect us from foreign threats and keep us safe. We salute you, Big Al, for your service and dedication.

Al served in the U.S. Air Force where he was a Weather Observer. He supplied direct support to our space shuttle system, was a member of the Air Force Rawinsonde Unit where he engaged with weather balloons and rockets and was a member of the Rapid Deployment Force during the Gulf War.

12/02/2021

Bad posture can cause serious neck and back pain. Watch Deanna Lenihan, DPT, discuss ways to improve posture in our Moment of Movement!

Timeline photos 11/28/2021

In an effort to demonstrate that it's possible to get through anything life throws at you, Hugo Garcia set off on a 642-mile run from Nashville, TN to Greenville, SC. He made a pit stop at our Strawberry Plains center for a bit of therapy on the way. Pictured left to right are Morgan Gill, Hugo Garcia and Daniel Warfield.

In an effort to demonstrate that it's possible to get through anything life throws at you, Hugo Garcia set off on a 642-mile run from Nashville, TN to Greenville, SC. He made a pit stop at our Strawberry Plains center for a bit of therapy on the way. Pictured left to right are Morgan Gill, Hugo Garcia and Daniel Warfield.

Timeline photos 11/26/2021

Over the past week, several of our centers got into the Thanksgiving spirit by creating wall decorations, sending in donations for food drives or showing what they're thankful for! Our Missouri City, TX center had a wall decorated with "thankful turkey" where patients wrote down what they were thankful for.

Over the past week, several of our centers got into the Thanksgiving spirit by creating wall decorations, sending in donations for food drives or showing what they're thankful for! Our Missouri City, TX center had a wall decorated with "thankful turkey" where patients wrote down what they were thankful for.

Timeline photos 11/25/2021

Wishing our colleagues and their loved ones a healthy #Thanksgiving. We are grateful for the dedication and commitment shown to your patients, their families and one another.

Wishing our colleagues and their loved ones a healthy #Thanksgiving. We are grateful for the dedication and commitment shown to your patients, their families and one another.

11/24/2021

Managing Holiday Stress | Loran Vocaturo

The holiday season is a joyous time of year, but it may also be stressful and overwhelming. All the planning, cooking, cleaning, decorating, shopping, traveling and entertaining can be physically and emotionally exhausting, especially when added to the daily demands family, work and other activities.

Select Medical Neuropsychologist Loran Vocaturo offers some important tips on how to manage holiday stress -- from giving yourself a break to understanding the sense of loss or loneliness some may feel to being grateful to be able to gather with family and friends safely again.

11/23/2021

Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of a physical therapist looks like at Coastal Carolina and our Select Physical Therapy center? Check out Select Physical Therapy’s Kevin Bullard P.T., DPT, MTC as he shares what it’s like to treat the Coastal Carolina community, including many elite Division I athletes. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers #PowerofPhysicalTherapy #ProudPartner #TealNation

11/19/2021

Looking for new ways to avoid falls and stay safe? Check out this video to see Katherine Saia, O.T., show you how in our Moment of Movement!

11/18/2021

Basketball season is underway! Select Physical Therapy is proud to partner with UConn Huskies, Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, Pensacola State College Athletics, Drake Athletics, Grand View Vikings and more to provide physical therapy services during the 2021-22 campaign. #proudpartner

11/18/2021

Congratulations to the North Carolina Courage's Merritt Mathias on this tremendous honor! #proudpartner

Our Select Physical Therapy Comeback Player of the Year is Merritt Mathias!

“This year, like any recovery process, was not linear but filled with many ups and downs. ... I am grateful to have made it through my season back in one healthy and whole piece."

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Female Athlete Triad 11/17/2021

Female Athlete Triad

Did you know that many girls who participate in sports are at risk for an issue called the female athlete triad? This triad consists of three conditions – disordered eating, amenorrhea and osteoporosis – and is treated by a comprehensive care team, including physical therapists. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/L3Ul50GP6wB

Female Athlete Triad Typically, people who participate in sports are known to be healthier and less likely to partake in outside negative distractions compared to people who do not play sports. However, for some adolescent girls, when they only focus on the sport and not their bodies, consequences can arise.

11/15/2021

A big shout out to North Carolina FC’s Nazmi Albadawi! #proudpartner

Our Select Physical Therapy Comeback Player of the Year is Nazmi Albadawi!

“Naz’s character, leadership, and dedication were on full display for our team and club this year. He remained an unbelievable presence in the locker room for our young team...”

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Timeline photos 11/12/2021

Last week, members of our East Tennessee facility, along with many patients, took part in the eighth annual Women's Expo and Craft Fair. Attendees participated in women's topic discussions, fashion shows, self-improvement demonstrations, devotion time and more.

Last week, members of our East Tennessee facility, along with many patients, took part in the eighth annual Women's Expo and Craft Fair. Attendees participated in women's topic discussions, fashion shows, self-improvement demonstrations, devotion time and more.

Timeline photos 11/11/2021

On Veterans Day, we take time to honor the men and women across our company who have served this country. Thank you! #VeteransDay

On Veterans Day, we take time to honor the men and women across our company who have served this country. Thank you! #VeteransDay

Photos from Select Physical Therapy's post 11/11/2021

The hard work is paying off! We have officially opened a new center in Fairfax Station, our 43rd in Virginia. Please join us in congratulating Alice Hernandez, center support specialist, Richard Winston, patient service specialist, and Rob Droter, P.T., market manager (pictured). They put a lot of time and energy into making the opening a success.

Timeline photos 11/10/2021

8 Tips for Taking Care of the Caregiver

1. Seek support. Hospitals, social services agencies, and community and religious organizations typically offer a wide range of programs and resources, including local support groups, meal programs, transportation and other assistance that can help ease the burden of care.

2. Get connected. There are many online groups and mobile apps that help connect people dealing with similar circumstances and provide additional resources, strategies and support.

3. Keep in touch. It’s important to maintain relationships with family, friends, colleagues and others in your community. A friendly phone call, shared joke or brief text message can go a long way to lifting your spirits.

4. Ask for help. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for assistance. Family, friends and others are often willing to help and just waiting to be asked.

5. Exercise and eat well. If you can’t get to the gym, walk, practice yoga or exercise to a DVD or mobile app to help reduce stress, improve health and feel more energized. And be sure to follow a healthy diet. All too often, caregivers fail to eat properly, leading to weight gain or loss, higher cholesterol levels and other problems.

6. Get some rest. Lack of sleep can result in serious physical, psychological and cognitive issues – from falls to forgetfulness. Give your body the time it needs to rest and re-charge.

7. Create some “me” time. Don’t overlook your own needs and interests. Schedule a haircut, meet a friend or simply take set aside time for activities you enjoy, such as reading, crafts or gardening.

8. Be patient with yourself. Being a caregiver is an enormous responsibility. Over time, you will learn to manage this role and figure out what works for you, your loved one and your family. Ultimately, you will understand the reward that comes from doing the best you can to help an important person in your life.

8 Tips for Taking Care of the Caregiver

1. Seek support. Hospitals, social services agencies, and community and religious organizations typically offer a wide range of programs and resources, including local support groups, meal programs, transportation and other assistance that can help ease the burden of care.

2. Get connected. There are many online groups and mobile apps that help connect people dealing with similar circumstances and provide additional resources, strategies and support.

3. Keep in touch. It’s important to maintain relationships with family, friends, colleagues and others in your community. A friendly phone call, shared joke or brief text message can go a long way to lifting your spirits.

4. Ask for help. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for assistance. Family, friends and others are often willing to help and just waiting to be asked.

5. Exercise and eat well. If you can’t get to the gym, walk, practice yoga or exercise to a DVD or mobile app to help reduce stress, improve health and feel more energized. And be sure to follow a healthy diet. All too often, caregivers fail to eat properly, leading to weight gain or loss, higher cholesterol levels and other problems.

6. Get some rest. Lack of sleep can result in serious physical, psychological and cognitive issues – from falls to forgetfulness. Give your body the time it needs to rest and re-charge.

7. Create some “me” time. Don’t overlook your own needs and interests. Schedule a haircut, meet a friend or simply take set aside time for activities you enjoy, such as reading, crafts or gardening.

8. Be patient with yourself. Being a caregiver is an enormous responsibility. Over time, you will learn to manage this role and figure out what works for you, your loved one and your family. Ultimately, you will understand the reward that comes from doing the best you can to help an important person in your life.

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Colorado Springs, CO
80917

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Friday 8am - 12pm
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