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Your primary care physician may recommend that you visit a physical therapist post-accident, surgery, or illness if your mobility, flexibility, and range of motion have been affected. A physical therapist is a medical specialist who has undergone years of education and training to help people who are injured manage pain, improve mobility, and restore range of motion. Physical therapists are an integral part of post-injury rehabilitation, and their treatment encompasses preventative therapies, physical assessments, therapeutic exercises and stretches, and treatment of chronic conditions, illnesses, and injuries. At Strong Oaks Physical Therapy, we want every patient in need to have access to reliable, affordable, compassionate, and experienced physical therapists in Vermont. To schedule an initial appointment or evaluation, you don’t need a physician referral! Simply call us today at (802) 424-1434.
About Our Team
Our team at Strong Oaks Physical Therapy focuses on putting the patients in charge of their own care. Because we offer patient-centric care, you do not need a physician’s referral to see our physical therapists for treatment. Our experienced team includes our physical therapist, Dan Wheeler PT, DPT, as well as a knowledgeable support staff that is committed to our mission and vision and dedicated to offering quality care and compassionate assistance.
About Dr. Dan Wheeler
Dr. Dan Wheeler was born and raised in Lyndonville, Vermont, and has strong ties to this community and its members. Dr. Wheeler sees all patients and provides each one with the close, individualized care that has become a hallmark of his treatment plans. Dr. Wheeler is passionate about being a physical therapist, and the longer you talk to him the more you realize that this is a calling for him, not just a job. His dedication to his patients and patient care drives him to stay on top of the latest education, training, and advancements in patient care and technology, so that he can always offer the highest quality of care to each person who walks through his door.
Dr. Wheeler earned his Bachelor of Science in biological science at the University of Vermont, and then went on to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy. He was awarded the George Perkins Marsh Excellence in Ecology and Evolution award in 2006. He has remained dedicated to continuing education and training since earning his doctorate and has completed over ten additional certificates in physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Our Mission and Vision
At Strong Oaks Physical Therapy, we’re a progressive office focused on changing the current health trends by offering superior preventative care and comprehensive rehabilitative care to patients of all means. We believe that all patients should have access to comprehensive and preventative health services, as well as control over what medical specialists they see and what treatments and care they receive. For that reason, we’re happy to see patients without a referral from a physician or primary care doctor.
Why Choose Us?
Dr. Wheeler and his staff are committed to excellence in patient care and health management, and they treat every patient like family. They are wholly focused on the patient’s needs, goals, and overall health and will never avoid patient questions or try to provide services that aren’t needed. When you choose our team at Strong Oaks Physical Therapy, you’re choosing to live a happier, healthier, pain-free life. Dr. Wheeler was born and raised in Vermont and has a genuine connection to this community. He is dedicated to helping it survive and thrive through all obstacles and is delighted to be working among and serving members of this valued community.
We go beyond just rehabilitative care and physical therapy by also offering health assessments and preventative care. We can help patients with chronic pain or who are recovering from an injury or illness that has affected their mobility or lifestyle. We also help patients lose weight, control health issues like diabetes, restore balance and flexibility, and improve their overall health and wellness. You can schedule an initial consultation or appointment with us for any of the following:
- Comprehensive Health Assessment
- Health Maintenance Treatment
- Physical Therapy Evaluation and Treatment
- Dry Needling Assessment and Treatment
- Telehealth Evaluation and Treatment
- 15-Minute Telehealth Consultation
Our Location and Facility
We’re conveniently located in St. Johnsbury, VT at 542 Railroad Street. Our office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. We do require appointments to visit our office and we aren’t currently accepting walk-in patients, but you do not need a physician’s referral to make an appointment with us. Call us at (802) 424-1434 or request an appointment online. If you’re already a patient, you can access your account via our patient portal to request or schedule an appointment. We also offer a free 15-minute telehealth consultation for patients who are trying to decide if physical therapy is right for them.
Our facility offers state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment in a calm, relaxing, and private environment. We strive to create a comfortable environment for patients so that we can focus on rehabilitation and health.
Learn More and Schedule an Appointment at Strong Oaks Physical Therapy Today!
If you’re interested in learning more about physical therapy, our services, and how we can help you live a healthier life, pain-free, call us today to schedule an appointment. We also offer a free 15-minute telehealth consultation for patients who are trying to decide if physical therapy is right for them. You can schedule an appointment by calling us at (802) 424-1434 or requesting an appointment online. We look forward to getting to know you and helping you live a happier, healthier life!