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Lee Physical Therapy

Decrease pain, restore motion, and enhance performance.

We serve the greater Chicago community and are dedicated to your individual needs in order for you to safely return to the activities you enjoy the most. Sports medicine is constantly evolving and we stay up-to-date with the latest research. Treatment may include hands-on manual therapy, muscle memory retraining and guided exercises to facilitate movement, healing, minimize pain, and improve strength. 


We take pride in helping you take ownership of your recovery and understanding it step by step.

Why Choose LEEPT

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Hands-on Treatment

Avoid the endless, repetitive exercises that are commonly attributed to physical therapy. Get one full hour of direct hands on manual therapy treatment and guided exercises with our Doctor of Physical Therapist. You will feel and move better faster.

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Active Recovery

Moving around, when you're in pain, can be scary and anxiety provoking. Learn ways to safely modify your movements and possibly continue doing the sports or activities you love.

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Knowledge is Power

Learn how to safely manage your condition, modify activities, reduce fear avoidance, take control and be confident with your movement. As movement experts, our ultimate goal is to train you out of therapy into full independence.


Office Locations

We are currently located inside the First Ascent gyms in Chicagoland area
Check the schedule for hours and locations

(847) 957-3137



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  You Are In Good Hands  Here's what our customers are saying

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"... I would highly recommend James if you want a one-on-one, hands on, individual who wants to help you get better and help you better understand where your body vulnerabilities are."

— David C.

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"... Without James' knowledge and expertise as a therapist and climber, this issue would not have been handled so comprehensively. I strongly recommend his services to anyone with an injury or looking for injury prevention."

— Patrick H.

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"... I am climbing well again and I am trusting my finger more and more... As a fellow climber, he could understand my frustration and this was very reassuring."

— Dhruv M.

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