Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy2019-01-30T13:18:07+00:00

IMPACT Physical Therapy

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IMPACT Physical Therapy | 10401A S. Cicero Avenue | Oak Lawn, IL 60453 | ph: 708.581.4810 | fax: 708.540.6883
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IMPACT Physical Therapy is excited to be partnered with Brother Rice High School as their athletic training and physical therapy providers! Our state-of-the-art facility in Oak Lawn is managed by Courtney Odelson Dynes, DPT and Jack Reuter, PT, who are long-time residents and therapy providers in this community.

IMPACT Physical Therapy providers pride themselves on care designed to strengthen and rejuvenate patients by enhancing recovery, preventing injuries, and improving performance. With an emphasis on hands-on manual therapy, and specialties in rehabilitating orthopedic and sports injuries, the clinicians aim to assist patients of all physical abilities in achieving long-term physical health. In partnership with the Chicago Recovery Room, IMPACT also provides state of the art recovery tools to prevent injury and keep the body performing at its best.

IMPACT Physical Therapy of Oak Lawn offers the following services:
  • Orthopaedic Rehab: Pre-and-Post-Op Rehab

  • Sports Rehab

  • Return to Work Rehab

  • Astym/Graston Techniques

  • Active Release Techniques

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling

  • Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

  • Biomechanics Evaluation

  • Kinesiotaping

  • Chicago Recovery Room

Head Athletic Trainer

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Kyle Watson

As Head Athletic Trainer for Brother Rice High School, Kyle strives to provide the best quality of care to the student-athletes. Kyle attended Northern Illinois University and earned a Bachelors in Athletic Training in 2014. Kyle has gained professional experience in a number of settings, including being the head athletic trainer for the Schaumburg Boomers.

In his spare time, Kyle also volunteers for the Chicago Bliss of the Legends Football League. Kyle is excited to be a part of the Crusader community and looks forward to assisting in the health and wellness of the student-athletes.