Physical Therapy Indianapolis

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Looking For Physical Therapy Near South Indianapolis? Choose Victor Physical Therapy

Are you in pain? Is something preventing you from doing what you like to do? If you are looking for the best physical therapy clinic near Indianapolis-Greenwood area, then you have come to the right place.

Indy residents, your health means a lot. As  experts in human movement, we can help you with your pain, and improve your strength so you can move better!

 It is our utmost desire for you to attain your fullest potential. We will pay attention to the closest detail that is impacting your life to get to the root cause of your problem. So, if you are an athlete with sports injury, an elderly person having issues with balance or a go-getter having issues with pain that is preventing you from doing what you love, we would like to help you. From the time you walk in through our doors, you will have our undivided attention. It will be one on one care from start to finish. We will chalk out an individualized plan to get the results you desire. We will make your physical therapy experience Simple, Effective and Efficient. We pride ourselves in providing the best physical therapy care to the residents of south Indianapolis, Southport and Greenwood areas.

  • Licensed Physical Therapist
  • Fellowship Trained
  • Doctor’s referral not required to initiate physical therapy services

Victor Physical Therapy, Indianapolis, is a local business that is physical therapist owned and operated. Located conveniently on the south side of Indianapolis on Madison Avenue and stop 12 nearby Greenwood Park Mall, we provide one on one professional therapy Services to our South Indianapolis and Greenwood residents. We specialize in rehabilitation for injuries related to neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain and ankle pain to facilitate pain relief and return to normal activity. As your physical therapist in Indianapolis, I will perform a thorough examination, evaluation and diagnosis to offer an individualized treatment plan tailored to your needs. We believe that the only way to ensure the best patient care is through a holistic approach.  Our therapy treatment emphasizes on patient education, hands-on treatment/manual therapy-mobilization and manipulation, therapeutic exercises and massage to promote strength, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and coordination. We use therapeutic modalities like ultrasound, electrical-stimulation, heat/cold modalities for pain relief, relaxation and stress reduction for faster healing. So, if you are looking for the best physical therapy near Indianapolis/Greenwood area, please stop in to see us.

Services We Offer

Physical Therapy, Indianapolis. Patient is performing shoulder exercise for strengthening.

We treat muscle and joint pain involving the neck, TMJ, shoulder, back, hip, knee, ACL repairs, foot/ankle, wrist and hand and muscle imbalance that could lead to chronic pain. So, if you are looking for the best orthopedic physical therapist, you have come to the right place!

Physical Therapy, Indianapolis. Thoracic mobilization performed on athlete as part of sports therapy

From injury prevention to return to sport, I will guide you through step by step. We see sports related injuries such as muscle strain, ligament sprains, tendinosis and post-surgical cases. So, if you are looking for sports rehab or sports physical therapist come see me!

Physical Therapist treating patient for dizziness.

Conditions such as vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis, aging & drug toxicity can cause reduced functioning of the vestibular apparatus leading to vertigo, unstable gait and loss of balance. Canal issues such as BPPV-benign paroxysmal positional vertigo may lead to dizziness.

Patient is performing stair training as part of post-op knee replacement

Falls due to old age is common and may lead to unnecessary surgery, hospitalization and stress. A good geriatric physical therapy specialist can guide the elderly with proper strength and conditioning exercises and balance re-training to prevent such mishaps. We provide the best care for hip and knee replacement physical therapy near Indianapolis.

Physical Therapy Indianapolis. Patient is celebrating after completing her pelvic floor rehab.

Weakness or tightness of the pelvic floor muscles can cause problems such as leaking urine while laughing or sneezing, painful urination or intercourse, urinary urge and even constipation. Pelvic floor exercises and associated pelvic floor therapy techniques can help in re-training these muscles and reduce your symptoms.

Patient is performing arm exercises as part of stroke rehab.

Conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease can cause movement disorders leading to lack of coordination, loss of balance, decreased sensation, pain and increased burden of care to name a few. We provide outpatient neurological physical therapy to help your loved ones enhance their quality of life.

“Victor is very professional and very kind. He takes his time to find your problems and works hard to make a plan to help your needs. Victor also provides a clean and safe environment to help meet the needs of his patients. I would highly recommend Victor PT.”

Nicole M


  • 1. Why is physical therapy important and how does it help?

Physical therapy can help reduce pain, promote healing, improve cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, strength, coordination, balance and functional mobility to help you return back to doing the things that you love.

2. When do I need Physical Therapy/PT?      

Your doctor will determine if you need physical therapy or not. Usually when you experience pain as a result of injury during work or sporting activities or a disease process, decrease in range of motion, difficulty doing things that wasn’t, physical therapy may be warranted. Always seek medical help prior to making a decision.

3. Can a physical therapist/PT diagnose?

Yes, they can diagnose movement related disorders of the musculoskeletal system. However, they do NOT diagnose any medical conditions.

4. Do I need a doctor’s referral to see a physical therapist in Indiana?

No, you can initiate evaluation and treatment with your physical therapist without a doctor’s referral as a result of direct access.

5. Where can I get physical therapy ‘near me’/Where can I find a PT?

Your healthcare worker may assist you in referring you to the right therapist. You can also do an online search by looking for ‘physical therapy near me’ or using your zip code.

6. How do I know which is the best clinic to go to?

You can consult with your physician or friends. You can research online, or better yet, you may want to stop by a couple of clinics and talk to the physical therapists to get a better sense of the place and how they could help you.

7. What are the different types/specializations of physical therapy?

  •  Cardiopulmonary : deals with patients affected by heart/lung conditions
  •  Orthopedics: deals with treating conditions related to the joints, muscles and ligaments

  •  Sports: deals with treating sports injuries
  •  Electrophysiology: PTs perform EMG and nerve conduction tests to diagnose and treat neuromuscular     problems like diabetic neuropathy within physical therapy scope of practice
  •  Oncology: deals with helping cancer patients

  •  Women’s health: deals with treating pelvic related pain and incontinence

  •  Wound care: deals with treating wounds and managing edema

  •  Neurology: deals with helping people that have Parkinson’s or suffered from stroke

  •  Geriatrics: deals with treating the elderly

  •  Pediatrics: deals with treating children with movement dysfunction


  • You can give us a call to get your questions clarified
  • To those that prefer not to talk over the phone, you may send us your queries through our online contact form or email us directly
  • If you are located in the vicinity of the clinic, you may stop by for a free consult.

Make the right choice. Take the leap of faith! See you soon.

Victor Physical Therapy

8523 Madison Ave, Suite D

Indianapolis, IN 46227

Ph: 317-893-4091

Fax: 317-893-4020


Clinic Hours[Flexible Upon Request]

Sunday         Closed

Monday        9:00  AM- 5:00 PM

Tuesday       9:00 AM-  5:00 PM

Wednesday 9:00  AM- 5:00 PM

Thursday      9:00  AM- 5:00 PM

Friday           9:00  AM- 5:00 PM

Saturday      Closed