KORT Physical Therapy Opens New Clinic In Shelbyville, Kentucky

Share Article

On Monday, June 1, KORT, The Best in Rehab, will open its newest location at 160 Frankfort Road in Shelbyville, Kentucky. Clinic Director, Chad Flickinger, PT, MPT, CES, PES will oversee all operations as well as treat patients

News Image
At KORT, we put our patients first making their experience as trouble-free as possible by providing accessible and immediate care in a very cost-effective manner.

On Monday, June 1, KORT, The Best in Rehab, will open its newest location at 160 Frankfort Road in Shelbyville, Kentucky. Clinic Director, Chad Flickinger, PT, MPT, CES, PES will oversee all operations as well as treat patients

Shelbyville is a growing community and KORT wanted to provide a more convenient, local clinic to better serve the residents of Shelby County. At KORT, we put our patients first making their experience as trouble-free as possible by providing accessible and immediate care in a very cost-effective manner. We’ll bring the same clinical expertise and focus on patient care to this community that KORT has become known for over the past 27 years,” said Flickinger.

The Shelbyville clinic will be open weekdays from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and provide the following services:

  •      Orthopaedic Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine
  • Industrial Rehab
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Functional Movement Screen/Selected Functional Movement Assessment
  • Complimentary Consultations

About the Clinic Director
Chad Flickinger, PT, MPT, CES, PES earned a B.S. in Health Sciences and a master's in Physical Therapy in 2003from the University of New England. Flickinger worked in orthopedics in Rhode Island, Northern Virginia and North Carolina before moving to Kentucky. His interests include a wide variety of patient conditions, such as acute and chronic orthopedic and athletic injuries. He also has a special interest in shoulder and knee dysfunction. Chad has always been involved in athletics, starting with ice hockey at the early age of 4. In high school, Chad competed on the cross country, winter and spring track teams. Competing at the NCAA Division III level, Chad was a member of both the cross country and lacrosse teams at the University of New England. During the summer of 2006, he hiked 1,300 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Chad credits his past involvement in athletics and love of the outdoors as the basis for his interest in orthopedics and physical therapy, having required rehab for numerous injuries of his own.

For more information visit http://www.kort.com or call 1-800-645 KORT (5678), or 502-257-8452 to schedule an appointment or a complimentary consultation at the Shelbyville clinic.

Most health insurance plans now allow patients to seek physical therapy treatment directly without a physician referral.

For over 27 years, Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team (KORT) has been the specialist in outpatient physical and occupational therapy in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Local ownership and independent operations allow our therapists to work one-on-one with patients helping them to regain strength, increase flexibility, improve mobility, and reduce pain without medication or surgery. Selected as a “Best Places to Work in Kentucky” for 11 consecutive years, and with over 40 locations, KORT has the most board certified Orthopedic Specialists and Vestibular Rehabilitation specialists of any other provider in the Commonwealth. KORT’s certified athletic trainers provide services to more than 30 high schools and colleges making us the largest sports medicine provider in the region. KORT has improved more lives by providing compassionate care to more people, in more communities, and in more locations than any other outpatient physical or occupational therapy provider in the state of Kentucky. Through our years of commitment to the physicians and patients of Kentuckiana, KORT is time tested and most trusted.
###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Angie L. Moore
Visit website

Media