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Physical Therapist

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Recovery
Therapy

A return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.

Physical Therapy Session

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Prevention
Therapy

The action of stopping something from happening or arising. 

Senior Physiotherapy

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Training
Therapy

The action of teaching a person a particular skill or type of behavior.   

My Approach

Professional with Personal Care.

My strength is being able to communicate with each patient and develop a positive rapport. Creating a treatment plan and reaching your goals is a team approach.

About me

Mike Rindermann is a Licensed Physical Therapist with over 20 years of experience in orthopedic care. As a physical therapist, Mike has witnessed firsthand the amount of wear and tear we place on our bodies each day. Throughout our entire lives, pain and discomfort are symptoms that we have learned to manage daily. Professional evaluations and screenings that identify one’s body style relative to the activity they are performing can enhance the prevention, recovery, and treatment of pain. Mike has experience with all levels of student participants for sport-specific programs, and he's developed a youth injury prevention program designed to improve common faults found in year-round athletes. Mike also specializes in identifying and improving soft tissue dysfunctions because flexibility and stability are essential in maintaining joint care. 


To learn more about how RPT Physical Therapy can assist you, please call Mike at 405-676-5458

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Recovery

 A return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.

Five Signs You Might Need Physical Therapy

You don’t have to be recovering from a serious injury or enjoying your golden years to benefit from physical therapy. Most physical therapy is often used for common chronic issues that include general wear and tear on your body.

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Sharp Pain

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Lingering Pain

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Injury and Trauma

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Pain Medication is Ineffective

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Noticeable Changes