At Washington University Physical Therapy, our goal is to help you improve mobility and meet personal health and fitness goals.
Our clinicians are trusted experts in evaluating the movement system; the collection of systems that interact to produce and support movement of the body. We will provide one-on-one personalized care and empower you with the education you need to understand and correct your movement impairment.
Call us today to schedule your appointment!
Please fax referrals to 314-286-1473. Maps & Directions are available here.
Construction on Forest Park Parkway will be ongoing throughout the coming year. This may cause you a delay driving to our building. Please allow extra time to arrive at your appointment.
Washington University Physical Therapy is located at 4444 Forest Park Avenue, suite 1210, at the southwest corner of Forest Park and Newstead Avenues. Free visitor parking is available in the surface lot adjacent to the building.
Now Open for WUSTL Faculty, Staff and Students!
The Program in Physical Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has a clinical practice location on the Danforth Campus of Washington University.
The new clinical practice, in Suite 1051 of the South 40 House at 6614 Shepley Drive, provides faculty, staff and students a convenient location for rehabilitation treatments. Patient care is provided by Greg Holtzman, DPT, an associate professor of physical therapy and of orthopedic surgery.
If you are a WUSTL faculty member, staff or student, call 314-286-1940 to schedule an appointment at our Danforth location.
About Our Clinical Practice
Washington University Physical Therapy is a pioneer of the movement diagnosis-based approach to physical therapy. These diagnoses allow therapists to accurately identify the specific causes of your pain and impairment.
At each appointment, you receive one-on-one personalized care. Your clinician will work with you to implement the most clinically effective—and cost-effective—treatment. This unique approach allows us to successfully treat complex impairments resulting from diseases, disorders, chronic conditions, and injuries, even those that have previously been treated without success.
Over half of our physical therapists hold clinical specializations representing extensive training in a specific practice area such as orthopedics (OCS), neurology (NCS), women’s health (WCS), and sports (SCS).