2 Hands Physical Therapy serving CDA
Cathy Gephart PT with over 31 years experience
Over the past 31+ years, I have seen nearly everything. I love orthopedics — muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and biomechanics of the body. I excel at making a PT diagnosis using numerous clinical assessments to determine the source of your symptoms. I specialize in:
- post surgical patients
- car accident victims
- workman’s compensation injuries
- youth sports injuries, and
- custom foot orthotics
All treatments are one-on-one, and I love to teach my clients how to best manage their pain and return to productive daily life as quickly.
Why is it called 2 Hands Physical Therapy?
I use my 2 hands to provide manual therapy as I treat and evaluate my patients. (It’s sort of catchy, too!)
How long is a typical session?
A typical session can last 45 minutes to an hour based on your situation. You’ll be seeing me directly, which makes the session very efficient.
How soon will I feel better?
It’s normal to want to return to everyday life as soon as possible. I will diagnose your particular ailment and provide a course of treatment. In most cases, you will start to see and feel results in 6 to 10 visits after following the treatment and completing your out-of-clinic exercises.
Do you take insurance? What if I am uninsured?
Yes, I definitely take insurance and medicare (sorry no medicaid). But not only that, I have set up my practice to be affordable so that people with no or limited insurance benefits will seek the care they need instead of living in pain.
Cathy Gephart is a brilliant PT! When I sustained a neck injury from an unlikely cause, she was the only person who truly listened to me and right away knew exactly what was wrong. 2 years, thousands of dollars, multiple specialist visits and months of agonizing pain, I finally found a doctor to prove her right! I was able to have surgery to fix the problem that she called 48 hrs after my symptoms started. I would recommend Cathy as a PT to anyone and everyone! Not only is she BRILLIANT, she is compassionate and caring and truly listens to her patients. Thank you, Cathy!Kirsten A. via Facebook