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Welcome to Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Rehabilitation
From its five convenient locations, Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Rehabilitation (PTSIR) provides physical and occupational therapy for:
Blue Island, IL
Calumet City, IL
Calumet Park, IL
Country Club Hills, IL
Hazel Crest, IL
Oak Forest, IL
Oak Lawn, IL
Olympia Fields, IL
Orland Park, IL
Park Forest, IL
South Holland, IL
Tinley Park, IL
AND MANY OTHER SUBURBS OF CHICAGO Including Northwest Indiana.
Illinois now allows direct access to health care services provided by physical therapists.
You can now seek health care from our licensed professionals without a health care provider's referral.
Please contact any of our five locations for further information.
Established in 1976, our philosophy is that each patient is unique, with signs, symptoms, and functional limitations requiring a specific treatment program providing the patient with maximum benefit. We have been setting the standard of excellence in therapy and rehabilitation for decades.
PTSIR is 100% therapist owned and committed to bringing patients the best possible patient care, and individualized custom treatment plans.
Dave was outstanding! He helped ease my pain until my surgery. I plan to go back and see him to complete my recovery after surgery...
I can’t say enough about my experience with PTSIR. Melanie has brought me through two total knee replacements. She is amazing, compassionate and very professional...
I believe that Melanie and Linda are very knowledgeable and hard-working women with their physical therapy practice. They treated me with a lot of one on one attention and that truly helped me get better...
Last year I had this illness for several weeks and I was referred to a hospital P.T. After these “treatments”, nothing improved and everything kept spinning when I closed my eyes...
Robin Dal Santo is awesome! She is always very encouraging and enthusiastic. She is very knowledgeable in her craft. Her therapeutic massages are gold! My recovery progress is due to her dedication to her craft. I cannot thank her enough!...
PTSIR is the best thing since sliced bread. In the realm of Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Rehab, the therapists, staff and owners are absolutely phenomenal!...
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