Physical Therapy

 Brefeld Physical Therapy offers a range of services for both adults and pediatrics, allowing us to treat a wide range of diagnoses. Physical therapists work towards helping their clients get back to their every day lives while gaining independence. Each patient receives personalized exercises programs through specialized clinical assessments and education to ensure that each patient receives the most efficient program. A person may benefit from physical therapy services if he or she is experiencing pain in their everyday activities, has been injured, is not reaching developmental milestones, or has trouble performing gross motor skills.

Brefeld PT offers a range of specialized services including: Aquatic Therapy at the Belleville East YMCA, Manual Therapy, Specialized Gait Training, Assistive Technology Equipment (wheelchair) assessments, as well as Brace and Orthotic assessments. Brefeld Physical Therapy staff is also proudly trained and utilizes for your Partial Weight Bearing needs. We also utilize for your FCE needs and to get you back to work! 

​Services are provided in the home for Early Intervention (birth to age 3) and for medically fragile children and newborn babies. All other services are provided in the clinic setting. Please refer to clinic contact information to schedule an physical therapy evaluation.

Brefeld Physical Therapy currently staff three registered Physical Therapists (PT) and three Physical Therapy Assistants (PTA). We are also always glad to accept both PT and PTA students. 


Physical Therapists can be of assistance if you or your child is experiencing difficulties in any of the following:

  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Neurological conditions
  • Pain 
  • Work Injuries
  • Sport Injuries
  • Physical disabilities
  • Developmental delays​
  • Gross motor concerns
  • Balance and Vestibular 
  • Prosthetic Training

 Physical Therapists can help with treatment of the following conditions (but not limited to):

  • Pre and Post Surgery : Neuro and Ortho
  • Cerebal Palsy
  • Down Symdrome
  • Hypotonia
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Torticollis
  • Prematurity
  • ​Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Toe Walking