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:
Oak Forest, IL
Calumet City, IL
South Holland, IL
Hazel Crest, IL
Blue Island, IL
Tinley Park, IL
Orland Park, IL
Calumet Park, IL
Country Club Hills, IL
Oak Lawn, IL
Olympia Fields, IL
Park Forest, 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!...
When most people hear about physical therapy, they usually tend to think that it’s only for disabled individuals and those who are recovering from injury. While it may be true that physical therapy is perhaps most commonly used on patients that fal…
Have you dealt with any pain recently—or perhaps right now—that prevents you from moving or completing certain tasks normally? If so, it’s probably due to some type of musculoskeletal disorder. This term is used to describe a wide arra…
The presence of pain—especially pain that lasts for a long period of time—is perhaps the most common reason that people seek out medical help. Because pain is such a unique and subjective experience, it’s also one of the most controvers…
If you're dealing with any of the conditions listed above along with an injury, your physical therapist may be able to offer some professional advice and education on the role your diet may be playing. By asking you about some of your dietary habits…
Results showed that spinal manipulation led to significant benefits for patients with acute LBP that lasted for at least six weeks. In particular, the treatment was found to be associated with reduced pain and improved function, and these improvements…
Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common and costly conditions in the world. It ranks as the leading cause of disability, and in 2014, approximately 68.6 million Americans—or 28.6% of the population—reported having LBP…
Weight problems, for example, are a big contributor to back pain. Not being a healthy body weight can put excessive pressure and strain on the spine, which weakens structures and increases the potential to experience pain. Obese individuals are especial…
There are very few guarantees in life but chances are you’ll experience back pain at some point in your lifetime, as about 8 out of 10 people will deal with it at least once. The type of back pain you may experience will depend on your age, habits, and…
Of the 308 patients in the study, 160 (52%) consulted a physical therapist within 14 days for their neck pain, while 74 (24%) did so in 15-90 days, and 74 (24%) waited for more than 90 days. In general, results showed that those who saw physical…