"The staff has helped me design a workout that I can use at home...I feel that this is a new way of living that will help reverse my back pain for good." 

- EW 

405.732.3353 Midwest City
405.692.5205 South OKC

Midwest City Clinic

9309 E. Reno Ave

in Midwest City

Phone: 405.732.3353

MWC Clinic Hours

Monday–Thursday 7:30AM–7:30PM

Friday 7:30AM–6:00PM

Saturday 9:00AM–2:00PM


South OKC Clinic

11704 S. Western Ave

in Oklahoma City

Phone: 405.692.5205

South Clinic Hours

Monday/Wednesday: 7:30AM-7:30PM

Tuesday/Thursday 7:30AM-6:30PM

Friday 7:30AM-6:00PM

New Location

All of our clinical staff are

Astym certified.

Come by and check out their Astym skills.


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Clinic Directions & Map

Regional PT, Inc.

Regional Physical Therapy is a community-based private practice that specializes in Physical Rehabilitation. Our professionals have over 50 years of physical therapy experience. Our team of therapists are committed to getting great results for our patients. 


Since November 1, 2014, Oklahoma State Law allows you to have DIRECT ACCESS to your PHYSICAL THERAPIST
(Please see your therapist for direct access questions)
However, some insurance companies still require a prescription from a doctor for payment
(Please see one of our receptionists about your insurance requirements)


Are You Currently in Pain?

Do You Know Someone Who Is?

 Regional Physical Therapy offers free 15 minute screenings at both of our clinics. Give us a call today and let us inform you on how physical therapy can change your life.

Mayor of MWC designates

Dec. 13th

"Vicki Buchanan Day"

Tip Of The Week 

At 78 million strong, Baby Boomers are one of the largest and most powerful generations in the U.S. However, many boomers are actually overweight or obese, placing them at greater risk for chronic health conditions that can be prevented. With the help of a physical therapist, boomers can turn midlife into the fittest time of their life. 



"When I first came here, my knees (especially the right one) was in a great deal of pain. It felt brittle, with very little range of motion, or strength. I knew that I was in pain, but was not able to identify the source. After an examination, Mark was able to pinpoint the problem area and the weakness. He helped me strengthen my knees so that I have better range of motion. Laurie was also extremely informative. She told me about each of the exercises, and explained a lot of things to me. She also noticed that my feet were very flat, and suggested that it could help my knees and feet if I wore a shoe with an arch. She was absolutely correct because growing up I always had my shoes made from an orthopedist and had to wear a steel arch support and Thomas heel. I also enjoyed the water exercises even though I was afraid of the water at first. Heather helped me to do exercises to build my strength and always seems mindful if someone is getting tired or has the energy to be pushed more. My leg is getting stronger and I would like to continue to regain the strength I once had." 

- PC



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