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You wouldn’t let your auto mechanic get away with fixing 80% of your car repairs, right? Maybe they made structural repairs but didn’t apply a fresh coat of paint. That’s not acceptable. You can’t apply the paint on your own at home! However, with healthcare changes, this commonly occurs in physical therapy. Let Phoenix Physical Therapy show you how to find 100% healing!
Sport and Spine founder Phillip Smith and Peak Performance Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine founders Mark Dempsey, Todd Ankenman, and Shaon Fry started their businesses because they felt that the market lacked truly patient-centered outpatient physical therapy. Both companies expanded throughout the state, bringing their superior care to new markets in need of rehabilitation services. These expansions allowed both companies to add many of the best clinicians in the state as partners in the mission to offer cutting edge rehabilitation services throughout Missouri. As the healthcare marketplace changed, it became clear that two respected competitors might serve their communities more effectively as one company.
In November of 2014, Peak Performance Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine and Sport and Spine Rehab joined to form the largest privately owned outpatient physical therapy company in Missouri, PEAK Sport and Spine. This merger combined two companies with roots in the Central Missouri region committed to outstanding, patient-centered physical therapy where clinicians are allowed to base their professional decisions on what is best for the patient. Currently, our ever expanding clinic base includes 25 offices throughout the state of Missouri.
We provide physical therapy and personal training to help you move better, feel better, and perform better through improved movement quality, strength, flexibility, mobility, endurance, balance and fitness.
We have a fully equipped gymnasium and clinic to be able to help any client improve whether they are recovering from significant illness, injury, or trying to complete their next marathon, triathlon, or strongman competition. Our clients vary greatly in their ages, backgrounds, and needs.
Brooke Kalisiak PT, DPT, WCS, is Saint Louis’s leading physical therapist who helps women who are tired of leaking, dealing with pelvic pain, and wanting to get their body back in shape after baby (even if it’s been 30 years) all without relying on medications or surgery.
She founded Legacy Physical Therapy because she was frustrated with the way women with pelvic health issues were being treated in our healthcare system. Too many women are being told that their pelvic symptoms (ie bladder leakage, pelvic pain, pain with sex, etc) are normal or that there is nothing that they can do except take medication, have surgery, or just live with it. This is far from the truth. Many pelvic health issues are COMMON but NOT NORMAL. It is Brooke’s mission to help people make the best decisions about their pelvic health while creating a positive healing experience.
We started with one therapist trying to make a difference in his community. Our CEO and founder Mark Kaufman was a physical therapist and athletic trainer with a vision to help as many people as possible. He started by providing rehabilitation services for student athletes at various organizations, with his first two being Francis W. Parker High School and Chicago Lions Rugby. Through his work with these athletes, he recognized the need for a dedicated sports rehabilitation and physical therapy facility in Chicago which led to our first clinic opening in 1991. Years later – we’ve opened more than 400 neighborhood locations and added more services to help people of all ages recover from pains, strains and injuries. We employ more than 4,500 expert clinicians, athletic trainers and other team members. In addition to physical therapy, we also provide athletic training, occupational therapy, specialty programs and fitness services to high schools, colleges and professional sports teams. Our expertise also includes evaluating workers’ compensation issues, like work conditioning, job-site analysis and ergonomic assessments.