Our new location in Preston, Minnesota will open January 1st, 2017. The clinic will be located at 141 Fillmore Street West in Preston, the location of the former Fillmore County Physical Therapy. The clinic will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays initially with hours expanding as needed. Call 507-322-3460 or toll free 877-322-3460 to schedule an… Read more »

Seeking a Full Time Physical Therapist Assistant or Physical Therapist

You could be our newest team member! Imagine working with a dedicated, ambitious, and driven team that helps people feel better every day!  ActivePT and Sports has quickly become the highly reputable physical therapy service provider in Rochester.  If you love the benefits of working with a dedicated and motivated team, then this job is right for… Read more »

Rockin’ Robin Run Packet Pickup at ActivePT This Year!

ActivePT is excited to be part of the Rockin’ Robin Run coming to Rochester on Saturday, May 7th 2016! This run offers a 20 mile, half marathon, 10k, 5k and a kid’s mile. The uniqueness of this event is that all runners finish inside, greeted by live music and free bloody marys as they cross… Read more »

Volunteer for Med City Marathon 2015–The 20th Anniversary Run!

ActivePT is the official physical therapy sponsor for the Med City Marathon! We also are the Volunteer Coordinator for the event held Memorial Day Weekend on May 23rd and 24th. This year’s race is even more special as it is the 20th Anniversary of the Med City Marathon. If you aren’t up for racing, you… Read more »

Mayo Clinic Employees – Now In-Network at ActivePT!

Great News!  Starting January 1, 2015, Mayo Clinic Health Solutions will designate ActivePT as a Tier 1 provider.  This means Mayo Clinic employees and covered family members can access ActivePT’s care under your in-network benefits!  Your coverage for physical therapy services will now be the same whether you receive treatment at Mayo Clinic or ActivePT. This change… Read more »

Great news for those with a meniscus tear or degenerating knees

  If you have been hard on your knees throughout your life, there is great news in the New England Journal of Medicine. This study is a nice reminder that not all patients with a tear in the meniscus (cartilage of the knee) need surgery.  The study compares two groups, one who proceeded with surgery… Read more »