Private Therapy Services is greater Charleston’s leading physical therapy and rehabilitation practice. Staffing world-class doctors of physical therapy to provide holistic, one-on-one personalized therapies, PTS strives to get its patients back to their daily activities after injury and surgery. With a focus on customer service, integrative healing and accessibility, PTS is the local leader in physical therapy, sports medicine and wellness.
Dr. Jonathan Kelley, DPT, MTC, ATC, Private Therapy Services’ CEO and founder, is dedicated to preserving and protecting the quality and integrity of the physical therapy profession by bringing only the best therapists to patients in settings that provide the time and resources for successful outcomes. The PTS team comprises doctors of physical therapy, not techs or aids.
“Our patients come to us for our expertise and experience. They work directly with one of our doctors to ensure that they are receiving the highest quality and most effective therapies available,” he said.
While approximately 70% of its patients are orthopedic and sports medicine patients, PTS doesn’t limit its care to orthopedic therapy. It also offers neurological and vestibular rehabilitation, sports performance and rehab, as well as pelvic floor treatment in its women-run and managed Pelvic Floor Center in West Ashley.
Dr. Kelley believes that every individual is an athlete. Whether carrying a child or grandchild, going to the grocery store, playing sports or traveling, Dr. Kelley and his team want to see their patients living their lives to the fullest. Using an individualized hands-on approach, PTS’ personalized therapies range from dry needling, cupping, massage and breathing exercises to pain management, acupressure, laser, ultrasound, blood flow restriction therapy and myofascial release.
With a 20-year history and multiple locations in South Carolina, Dr. Kelley and his team work alongside their patients’ other medical providers. They also advocate for the physical therapy community by supporting smaller physical therapy practices when they cannot meet a patient’s specialized needs.
“Working alongside patients’ orthopedists, OB-GYNs, nutritionists and PTs allows us to design integrated therapies based on a thorough understanding of what our patients’ other providers are doing,” explained Dr. Kelley.
The standards set by PTS today are those that Dr. Kelley set when he first founded the practice. Therapists on the PTS team are accomplished experts in their field of focused study. The patients benefit from a program designed specifically for them. With PTS, there is no double booking. Patient scheduling allows for sufficient time, attention and quality care.
Whether patients wish to prevent further injury, heal from surgery, relieve pain or reduce their need for pharmaceuticals, PTS Physical Therapy has the knowledge and resources to meet their clients’ needs and achieve their goals.
To learn more about Private Therapy Services and its locations, including the recently inaugurated facility in Mount Pleasant, visit askmypt.com or call 843-766-2121.
By Isabel Alvarez Arata