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Physical Therapy In Fort Thomas, KY 

Feel Good. Move Better.

Age Stronger. 

Treatment in our office in Fort Thomas or in the comfort of your home. 

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Aging doesn't mean you have to struggle with.. 

  • Aches and pains

  • Poor Balance

  • Vertigo & Dizziness  

  • Not being as active as you’d like 

  • Losing your independence

  • Not being able to do the activities you love to do 

 

We help adults 40+ resolve these challenges and return to an active and independent lifestyle through education, hands - on therapy, exercise, and lifestyle modifications.

Our 4 Step Approach:

Listen

 We prioritize listening and understanding your concerns thoroughly. 

Evaluate

Our detailed evaluation helps you to determine the root cause of your symptoms. 

Relief

Utilizing manual therapy, exercise, and education, we aim to relieve your symptoms as soon as possible.  

Prevent

We guide you into fitness and an active lifestyle to help you become more resilient to injury.

Services

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Physical Therapy

Resolve aches and pains and get back to what you love to do. Expect to work directly with your Doctor of Physical Therapy in our private office or in your home for 60 minutes focused on manual therapy, education, and exercise programming. 

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Vestibular Therapy

Relieve vertigo, dizziness, and imbalance with our Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy program. Treatment involves canalith repositioning maneuvers, exercises focused on head and eye movements, balance training, and education. 

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Recovery

Need a quick tune up? Reduce pain, muscle tightness, and soreness with our recovery services. Enjoy a combination of massage, cupping, dry needling, stretching, and Normatec compression boots to help you feel and perform your best. 

Success Stories & Testimonials

Treatments 

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Dry Needling is a technique that utilizes a sterile acupuncture needle that is inserted into taut and tender muscles in order to alleviate pain, reduce muscle tension, and promote healing. 

Dry Needling 

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Cupping is a type of therapy that utilizes suction to improve soft tissue mobility, alleviate pain and muscle tension, and promote healing. 

Cupping 

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Vestibular Therapy may involve repositiong of the "crystals," an exercise program focused on head/eye movements, and balance re-training. 

Vertigo & Dizziness Treatment

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 Falling is simply not a normal part of aging. We offer balance therapy to help you maintain your balance, reduce risk for falling, and feel more confident navigating your home and community. 

Balance Therapy

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Orthopedic Physical Therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on musculoskeletal injuries. This includes treatment of arthritis, back and neck pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, etc. 

Orthopedic Therapy

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Spinal Manipulative Therapy, or "adjustments," are manual therapy techniques provided by clinicians with advanced training to reduce pain, improve mobility, and increase muscle strength.

Spinal Manipulation

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Since our inception, patients have benefited from our in-home physical therapy program. We evaluate your mobility and your home environment and help you restore your mobility and independence.   

In-Home Physical Therapy

Meet Our Team 

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Dr. Benjamin Fannin, PT, DPT, AIB-VR

Physical Therapist, Owner 

Dr. Sara Lance, PT, DPT 

Physical Therapist

Getting Started Is Easy

01

Book Free Discovery Call

Book a free 15 minute phone consultation to speak directly to a Physical Therapist. This will allow us to ensure we are the right provider to help you reach your goals. 

02

Schedule Evaluation

Schedule an in-depth assessment to determine where you are now, where you want to be, and develop a plan to help you get there.

03

Get Results

Feel good, move better, and get back to an active and independent lifestyle.

  • Do I need a referral from my Doctor before starting Physical Therapy?
    No, you do not need a referral to begin care with us. This allows for quicker access to the care you need without an extra doctor's visit. We do require your physician to sign off on our physical therapy plan of care for those with Medicare Part B.
  • What should I expect during my Physical Therapy sessions?
    Physical therapy sessions initially start with a discussion regarding your condition, how you're progressing, and any questions you may have. It often involves: - Hands on manual therapy techniques to relieve pain and improve mobility. - Individualized exercises and activities designed to help you reach your goals. - Education regarding exercises and lifestyle changes to learn how to manage your condition at home and prevent future injury.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    Yes, please read below for further details. Medicare Part B: We accept Medicare Part B. Commercial Insurance: We operate as an out of network provider with commercial insurances. This does not mean you cannot receive reimbursement from your insurance company. Please call to discuss your benefits and further details. Working with an out-of-network provider allows for highly personalized, one-on-one care focused entirely on the patient's needs, unrestricted by insurance constraints. There is no cap on treatment visits and no need for pre-authorization. As a result, this model often results in higher quality treatments which can lead to quicker and more effective outcomes.
  • How long are the treatment sessions?
    Initial Evaluation: 60 minutes. Follow up sessions: We have 30 minute and 60 minute options. Your PT will provide their recommendations based on your needs.
  • How often do I need to attend Physical Therapy?
    This is dependent upon your condition and your goals. A common plan of care is one visit per week. Your PT will provide you with his/her recommendation and collaborate with you to develop a plan to help you reach your goals.
  • What should I wear or bring with me?
    You should wear comfortable clothing that is not restrictive and allows you to move easily. Feel free to bring documents that describe your medical history including x-rays, MRIs, medication list, etc.
  • Do you communicate with my Doctor?
    Yes. With your permission, we often call your primary care physician's office to obtain relevant medical history. We additionally will send your doctor our plan of care and progress notes. If we suspect an ailment that is beyond our scope of practice, we will refer you to your primary care physician and communicate our findings with them.
  • What does GMS stand for?
    GMS stands for "Gabriella Marie Smith," Dr. Ben's sister - in - law, who we lost unexpectedly in May of 2021. She was a big believer in equal access to healthcare for all. Prior to her passing, she inspired Ben to start this business. We hope to carry on her legacy and keep her memory alive.
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