Effingham, IL

Effingham, IL

2611 S Banker St.

Effingham IL 62401

Phone: 217-280-4550

Fax: 217-280-4551


Physical Therapy

Therapists can treat a wide range of clinical diagnoses affecting the back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot. This may include diagnoses encompassing soft tissue, muscles, joints, bone, and neurological problems. Treatment methods include orthopedic manual therapy, strength and conditioning, and functional rehabilitation.

Manual Therapy

The application of a specific skilled treatment, manually performed by the therapist. This type of therapy helps increase your range of motion, induces relaxation, helps control pain, and reduces swelling or mobility restrictions. Many therapists have advanced training or certifications in these specific hands-on treatment techniques. Certifications include: Astym, Graston, McKenzie, Kinesio Taping, Myofascial Release

Hand Therapy

Hand therapy programs include wound care, edema control, custom splinting, scar management, desensitization, early range of motion, soft tissue and joint mobilization, strengthening and restoring functional use of the limb.

Sports Rehabilitation

Designed to get the athlete back in the game, our Sports Rehab programs are geared at improving range of motion, strength, and functional abilities. This program also focuses on sport-specific exercises that will help athletes excel in whatever sports they play.

Industrial Rehabilitation

Built to meet the needs of the workplace, the Apex Comprehensive Occupational Management and Prevention (ACOMP) is a full-spectrum industrial strength program that takes a revolutionary approach to workers’ compensation claims. With ACOMP, every aspect can be addressed from prevention to injury resolution. ACOMP Includes: Ergonomic Evaluations, Functional Capacity Evaluations, Injury/Causation Analysis, On-Site Job Analysis, Pre-Employment Testing, Preventative Programs and Presentations, Work Conditioning, and Work Hardening.

Dry Needling

A treatment method that uses filament needles to inoculate minor lesions into the soft tissues to activate the healing process, resulting in pain relief and restoration of healthy physiology.

Direct Access Clinic - No Prescription Needed

Many ApexNetwork clinics are located in direct access states which allow you quick access to the physical therapy services you need. Simply put, direct access means you can schedule for physical therapy without having to see your doctor first. Give us a call and schedule an appointment today.