Director of Physical Therapy:
Dr. Aaron Proctor, DPT
Provides comprehensive rehabilitation for restoration of function as the result of illness or injury. The scope of practice of physical therapy is rather broad but centers on the restoration of normal function after injury or illness has become debilitating. People with issues related to musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, and cardiopulmonary deficiencies are likely to receive treatment in a physical therapy department. This may include treatment of neck, back, and extremity (limb) pain, balance disorders, sports related injuries, developmental delays, wounds, strokes, and heart attacks with patients ranging from infants to the elderly.
- Pain Management
- Orthopedic/Sports Injuries
- Post-Operative Care
- Wound Care
- Balance Rehab
- Pediatric Therapy
- Neurologic Rehab
- Electrical Stimulation
- Manual Therapy
- Pelvic & Cervical Traction
- Private Treatment Rooms
Treatment provided in modern facility with private rooms and open gym.
Physical Therapy staffs 2 Physical Therapists and 2 Physical Therapist Assistants.
Director of Physical Therapy is Dr. Aaron Proctor, DPT who graduated from Washburn University in 1995 and received a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Creighton University in 1998.
Physical Therapist Dr. April Fahey graduated from KU Medical Center with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT) from the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy.
Cassity Kramer is a CPTA (Certified Phycial Therapy Assistant) and received her Associate degree from Hutchinson Community College.
Certified Physical Therapist Assistant Patti Clark is a graduate of Colby Community College.