Physical Therapy in Chicago Loop
We are located at:
25 E. Washington
Chicago, IL 60602
Telephone: (773) 665-9950
Fax: (773) 665-9947
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 7am - 6pm
Tuesday: 7am- 7pm
Wednesday: 7am - 7pm
Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Friday: 7am - 3pm
By Car (from DuSable Lake Shore Drive):
Take the Randolph St exit U.S. 41 S/N DuSable Lake Shore Drive. Continue on E Randolph Street and turn left onto N State Street. Parking garages are available near Randolph and Wabash or on N State Street between Washington and Madison Avenues. Turn east on Washington Street and proceed to 25 E Washington (south side of Washington).
Macy's valet is available directly across the street from 25 E. Washington and is a convenient and cost-effective parking option when Macy's is open.
Spothero.com also allows you to pre-pay for other discounted parking in the neighborhood.
Train: Washington/Wabash (Brown Line, Green Line, Orange Line, Pink Line, Purple Line)
Bus Routes: Michigan and Washington stop (Routes 3, 4, 20, 26, 60, 66, 124, 143, 147, 151, 157)
Services Offered in the Chicago Loop:
Lymphedema and Manual Lymph Drainage
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Therapists Practicing in the Loop Office:
See one of our experienced therapists with advanced training in our Chicago Loop office and return to living life with confidence!
When something hurts, you cannot participate in the activities or sports you love, care for your family or even perform your work effectively. Whether you have been injured or are simply feeling the effects of aging on your muscles or joints, you need the right solution as quickly as possible. PhysioPartners' physical and occupational therapy services, with convenient locations in Lakeview, the Loop and Glenview (coming March 2022), are specifically designed to help you restore and maintain pain-free mobility with an approach that will guide you to your greatest health potential and help you achieve freedom through movement.
PhysioPartners' specialists approach their care with the philosophy that the members of our communities in Lakeview, the Loop and Glenview should participate in life to the fullest and with the greatest comfort possible. We have been providing personalized, focused, one-on-one care to patients who want to take charge of their health and the aging process for the past 20 years. We collaborate with our team of highly trained massage therapists, personal trainers and fitness instructors to help our patients go beyond recovery and advance on their journey to health.
With care that incorporates manual therapy, movement re-education, and prescriptive exercise, we work to guide our patients to their greatest health potential through an unparalleled patient experience. Whether you are recovering from debilitating injury or seeking to maintain your strength and fitness as you age, PhysioPartners can help return you to the activities you love and achieve freedom through movement.
To schedule an appointment, please call us at (773) 665-9950.
New Patient Registration and Helpful Information:
1. Complete Registration via Patient Portal at least 48 hours prior to your appointment.
2. Download Privacy Policies.
3. Review Parking and Transportation Information for Lakeview, Loop, or Glenview office.
4. Review Insurance and Payment Information.
5. Please bring your insurance card, photo ID, physician referral (if available). If you have any questions whatsoever, please call us today.
Want to know how much will PT cost? Click here to learn more about insurance coverage and forms of payment. Please call (773) 665-9950 for up-to-date participation information and to find a physical therapist who participates with your insurance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why would I choose PhysioPartners over other physical therapy clinics?
PhysioPartners stands out from the competition with a one-on-one consultation and treatment included in every visit. Our therapists have a broad base of experience and provide personalized attention that will speed your recovery. We also offer a full selection of transitional health and wellness services that can help you achieve your highest level of physical function.
Do I need to see my doctor before starting physical therapy?
A physician's diagnosis is not required to be evaluated and treated by a physical therapist. However, your individual insurance plan may have unique requirements, such as physician certification of medical necessity or a physician signature on the plan of care. We can help you determine some of your insurance company's requirements, but you may also contact them directly for more information.
In addition, if your condition is not appropriate for treatment by a physical therapist or is not improving within 15 business days or 10 sessions, we will refer you to your physician for further evaluation. If you do not have a personal physician, we are able to recommend several doctors with whom we work regularly.
Do you accept insurance?
PhysioPartners accepts insurance and will file claims on your behalf. Please check our network participation list to confirm that we are in your insurance network. We are also happy to file claims with your insurance, even if we do not participate with your network. Please call (773) 665-9950 if you have any questions or would like us to verify your benefits in advance of your first visit.
What if I do not have insurance?
PhysioPartners rates are very reasonable when compared with other facilities, and we offer a discount for payment made on the day service is provided. Please contact us at (773) 665-9950 to discuss further.
What should I bring to my first physical therapy visit?
Your registration should be completed via our patient portal in advance of your visit. If you do not complete the patient portal ahead of time, please arrive 15 minutes early in order to avoid infringing upon your appointment time.
In addition you will also need to bring:
- Your physician's referral or written diagnosis if available or required by your insurance
- Photo identification
- Your insurance card if you are planning to bill insurance for your visits
How long will my visit last?
Most visits are 40-60 minutes.
How long will I be coming for physical therapy?
Your physical therapist will be able to make a recommendation following your physical therapy evaluation. However, patients attend physical therapy 2-3 days per week for 10-12 visits, on average. Typically, if your problem has begun recently, you may expect improvement in your condition more quickly. Chronic conditions may be more complicated and your physical therapy may progress more slowly.
Will you be in contact with my physician?
If you have a treating physician, our physical therapists will be in regular communication with him or her. We will forward our evaluation results and impressions following your first visit and re-evaluate your condition approximately every 4 to 6 weeks, at which time your treating physician will be advised of your progress. In addition, please advise us if you have a follow up appointment scheduled with your physician so that we may prepare a report in advance of your appointment.
What will I be expected to do in physical therapy?
Patient and client participation is crucial to your progress. The more information you are able to provide your therapist regarding activities that aggravate and relieve your symptoms, the more he or she will be able to assist you in addressing underlying problems that may be contributing. Patients typically will be expected to perform home exercises and stretches, commit to a healthy level of activity to improve endurance and activity tolerance and follow postural recommendations. However, your therapist is a professional problem-solver and committed to assisting you at every stage of the process to ensure your success.