Are You Having
Trouble with Your Daily Activities?

Midland Physical Therapy
Feel Like No One is Listening?

Not Sure What’s Causing Your Pain?

Does Your Pain Keep You Up at Night?

Looking for the Fastest Way to Get Back to Sports?

Want to Avoid Unnecessary Drugs or Surgery?

You Deserve the Best Care Possible

Call Now
(719) 535-2757

Request an Appointment

Is This Your First Experience with Physical Therapy?


We appreciate that pain can make you anxious, uncomfortable, and you might be uncertain about how we can help.

You’re at the Right Place

Since 2005 the Board Certified & Doctoral Trained Expert Clinicians at ProActive Physical Therapy have been serving the Colorado Springs & Monument Communities.

  • We provide personalized physical therapy
  • Treat the underlying cause of your pain
  • Give our patients the tools to stay healthy
Elevate

Areas of the Body & Conditions We Treat

Expert Services
We Provide


Success Stories

  • I am a retired physician in my 70s with significant arthritis. I have had two knee replacements and a spinal fusion. I have had PT at numerous facilities. The physical therapy care at Proactive is the best I have ever had.

    Aileen S.

  • Every time I come to town, I make an appointment to see Allison. I wish I lived closer as I/ve not been able to find a therapist like her anywhere else!

    Jared W.

  • The office is friendly and welcoming - and also newly remodeled. They offer excellent evidence-based care with the best technology in the Springs. Great care here!

    Maggie T.

We are In-Network with Some Insurance Plans

No Referral No Problem
We Can See Patients Without a Physician’s Referral

If you don’t see your plan listed, please give us a call.
We make every effort to verify your insurance benefits before your first visit with us.

You Deserve the Best Care Possible

Call Now
(719) 535-2757

Request an Appointment

WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER US
OVER CORPORATE CLINICS OR HOSPITALS:
ProActive Physical Therapy Service Comparison
ProActive Physical Therapy
ProActive Physical Therapy
physiotherapy Kitchener ON
Corporate
Hospital
Compassionate, Caring Staff Serving the Area Since 2005 Yes Maybe Maybe
Manual Therapy Experts Yes Maybe Maybe
Dry Needling Yes Maybe Maybe
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Yes No No
Sports Performance Center (Inside a Gym) Yes No No
Part of an Integrated & Collaborative Group of Care Providers Yes No No
Most Affordable Yes No Maybe
ProActive Physical Therapy
Compassionate, Caring Staff Serving the Area Since 2005:Yes
Direct Insurance Billing:Yes
Dry Needling:Yes
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy:Yes
Sports Performance Center (Inside a Gym):Yes
Part of an Integrated & Collaborative Group of Care Providers:Yes
Most Affordable:Yes
Corporate
Compassionate, Caring Staff Serving the Area Since 2005:No
Direct Insurance Billing:Maybe
Dry Needling:Maybe
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy:No
Sports Performance Center (Inside a Gym):No
Part of an Integrated & Collaborative Group of Care Providers:No
Most Affordable:No
Hospital
Compassionate, Caring Staff Serving the Area Since 2005:Maybe
Direct Insurance Billing:Maybe
Dry Needling:Maybe
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy:Maybe
Sports Performance Center (Inside a Gym):No
Part of an Integrated & Collaborative Group of Care Providers:No
Most Affordable:No

The Recovery Process

Learn about the 5 phases of recovery
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