Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy was started in the early 1950s by Jim McKillip, PT and Robert Dicus, PT, two of the founders of private practice PT in the country, and founding members of the APTA section on Private Practice. Their vision was to help people in safe, caring, and healing environments. Their standards for excellence drive our company to this day.

Celebrating over 60 Years of Service to Our Communities

Celebrating Over 60 Years of ServiceOur company history dates back more than 60 years, but our mindset is always now and in the future. The goals of our care plans and the objectives of our patient education and therapy interventions are constantly evolving. Every therapist in our organization is subject to a process designed to ensure that not only their healthcare credentials satisfy industry standards, but that they meet our standards of professionalism. We feature an in-house curriculum of continuing education, but we also invest in each therapist’s career development through financial subsidies they can apply to their chosen specialty of care.

We invest in every city and town we serve with unparalleled patient care and so much more. This includes traditionally working with physicians, nurses, case managers, and others involved with our patients. It also means engaging with employers to prevent employee injuries, sharing education through healthcare forums with concerned and inquiring citizens, and participating in community events to assist in the well-being of our regions’ workers and our neighbors.

We are proud of who we are and the positive differences we make in our patients’ lives. Please study our company and get to know how we can improve your quality of life through treatment, employment, or business relationships.

Stephen E. Anderson PT, DPT, CEO

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