Scott County Physical Therapy is located in the Landmark Office Centre business office complex on Bevins Lane in Georgetown, KY. We are next to Gano Baptist Church and across the bypass from the Kroger Marketplace shopping center.
Physical therapy (PT) is care that aims to ease pain and help you function, move, and live
better. People of all ages benefit from physical therapy. It can treat a variety of health
problems. You may need it to:
Improve movement or ability
Prevent or recover from a sports injury
Prevent disability or surgery
Rehab after a stroke, accident, injury, or surgery
Work on balance to prevent a slip or fall
Manage a chronic illness like diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis
Adapt to an artificial limb
Learn to use assistive devices like a walker or cane
Physical therapists are movement experts who improve quality of life through
prescribed exercise, hands-on care, and patient education. Physical therapists examine
each person and then develop a treatment plan to improve their ability to move, reduce
or manage pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
The main difference between these two treatments is the approach administered by the
A Physical Therapist focuses on restoring mobility, strength, and function of the
body, and managing pain due to an illness, injury, or surgery. The goal of Physical
Therapy tends to gear more towards long-term care and/or pain management.
Manual therapy and exercise are the key components to a physical therapist’s
A Chiropractor emphasizes spine alignment and manipulation to alleviate pain
and inflammation. Massage, lifestyle, and dietary changes are some of the
factors a Chiropractor may use to help guide the treatment process.
We like to see our patients two to three times a week during the initial start of
treatment. This allows the therapist to specifically design the best treatment plan to find
what does and does not work to alleviate your pain or symptoms.
If you are only able to attend once a week, that is okay too! Your therapist can also
design a custom home exercise program for you to do on your own time and on the
days when you are not able to make it in for treatment.
Absolutely! When calling to schedule your initial evaluation appointment, our office
staff will ask you if there is a particular therapist you would like to see. Art Morvai, Lynn
Reeves, and Daniel Sutton are all accepting new patients! Our Physical Therapist
Assistants, Jamie Conliffe and Rob Ray, may also be requested after you have had your
initial evaluation completed by one of our physical therapists.
Some insurances require that you see a Physician so that they can refer you to therapy. Please refer to our "Insurance" tab at the top of the page to find out if you insurance requires you to have an order. If you need further assistance, please call our front office and our staff will be glad to help.
Ultimately, your referring physician will be the decision maker in whether imaging is
appropriate before beginning physical therapy treatment. It is not required for you to
start treatment with us, but any imaging reports you may have had done previously for
the related injury would benefit your therapist in designing your treatment plan. Some
insurance companies may even require you to have physical therapy before imaging will
We are contracted with most major insurance carriers. If you have active health
insurance, we must file it to process your visits. Not doing so could be considered
insurance fraud and you as the patient will ultimately be financially responsible for your
visit amount in full. In most cases, it is cheaper to file your claims with your insurance
than to not!
We do offer a “Cash Pay” option for patients that do not have health insurance. With
this option, we will give a 40% discount on the total amount of your visit. This discount
offer is only valid on the day of your visit. Payments made past the date of service will
result in the full amount of the treatment.