Hello BVPT Patients and Friends,

We are excited to report that Blue Valley Physical Therapy is open to in-clinic care for both essential and nonessential appointments. I want to encourage anyone that is in a high risk category or is uncomfortable coming to the clinic to consider our telehealth therapy program. It remains the safest way to receive care.

Our primary focus has and will be to keep you and our staff safe during this next phase of re-opening. As we are following the recommended guidelines from the CDC and other agencies, you will notice some procedural changes when you return to BVPT.

Thank you for your business and we will see you soon.

Feel Better.

Ann Todd Cooper and Ryan Klusman

Welcome to Blue Valley Physical Therapy

Y our success is our top priority. We specialize in the diagnosing of musculoskeletal injury, relating it to your specific biomechanics, and then providing you the pathway for the most optimal healing in the shortest amount of time possible. We believe that treatment is not just getting rid of the pain, but providing you with the strength and proper biomechanics to prevent the injury from ever coming back again.

Whether you are:
  • Recovering from an accident
  • Dealing with a chronic illness
  • Feeling the aches and pains of getting older
  • Wanting to take your sport to the next level
BVPT provides a friendly and caring environment to help you feel your best. Life is too short, it's time to start feeling better.
Services:
  • Aquatic Rehabilitation
  • Certified Dry Needling
  • Certified Hand Therapy
  • Certified Titlelist Performance Institute Golf Academy
  • FMS Testing and Training
  • Graston Certified
  • Physical Therapy
  • Post-Operative Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Specialists in Spine Rehabilitation
    (Through the International Spine and Pain Institute, Ola Grimsby Institute and Postural Restoration Institute)
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • WAVi EEG, Brain Scans
  • Women’s Health
  • Telehealth

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Diagnoses We Treat
  • Shoulder: Rotator Cuff Impingement, Adhesive Capsulitis, Tendonitis, Bursitis, Dislocations, Instability, Throwing Injuries, and Arthritis
  • Spine (Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar): Disc Herniations, Facet Impingement, Sciatica, Degenerative Joint Disease, Foraminal and Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Spondylosis, Back Spasms, Radicular Symptoms, and Arthritis.
  • Knee: Ligament Sprains, Meniscus Sprains, Arthritis, Instability, Patellofemoral Syndrome, Bursitis, and Tendonitis
  • Hand: Carpal Tunnel, Arthritis, De Quervain’s, CMC arthritis, Tendonitis, Splinting
  • Elbow: Medial and Lateral Epicondylitis, Ligament Sprains, and Arthritis
  • Ankle: Sprains, Arthritis
  • Foot: Plantar Fasciitis, Over Pronation
  • Having Surgery?: We have over 400 protocols from the top surgeons in the US as well as protocols from our area Surgeons, that your PT will follow to ensure that you are on pace and successful with your recovery.

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Our Awards
2020 Kansas Small Business of the Year Award Winner
Best Physical Therapists in Overland Park
Best Physical Therapists in Olathe

Read What Our Patients Have To Say

  • Lynn

    On my first visit, Ryan asked me how I was. My response was “okay”. He said “you’re not great? Let’s change that!” Today I can say I am great!…

  • Morgan

    Thanks to the BVPT therapists…I am walking with almost complete normality. I feel like an able person again.…

  • Clem

    I can’t say enough about the friendliness and professionalism of Sara. She took the time and instructed me on how to improve quickly.…

  • David

    Melissa was so knowledgeable and knew exactly where to take [my treatment]. I actually feel stronger than I felt before my accident and almost all of the discomfort is gone.…

  • Cynthia

    Not only did I improve physically, but I have a clearer understanding of what to do to keep in good health. Thank you, Cameron, and BVPT staff.…

  • Raymond

    My experience with Kim has been exceptional. Before therapy, my walking was very slow and not continuous. Now I walk better and much more continuously.…

  • Daniel

    I am active again with sports and activities and feel like a new person. Sean helped me recover from a 28-year old injury to return to a more normal life!…

  • Gregory

    Linda, my OT, was terrific. Early on, she was very empathetic and patient with me. Her interpersonal skills are phenomenal!…

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