Welcome! PTPN is the nation’s premier network of rehabilitation therapists in private practice. To belong to PTPN, PTPN therapy offices must meet strict professional standards. Therapists must meet requirements that are higher than any other similar organization requires. In states with PTPN’s Level I Credentialing Program, this includes regular on-site inspections.

Find a Therapist

Use our locator to find a PTPN rehabilitation therapist, or look for PTPN’s Physiquality health and wellness services in your neighborhood. And find out more about living a healthy, fit and active life at our Physiquality website.

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about rehabilitation therapy. If you have any further questions, please contact us.

Questions & Answers

How can I find the PTPN therapist closest to me?

By using our Find a Therapist search, you can search by zip code or city and state. The search results will also let you know if there are any specialties available in your area, including occupational therapy, hand therapy, pediatrics, or speech therapy.

PTPN’s Physiquality network offers you and your family a range of health, fitness and wellness services, all provided by a network of clinically trained, carefully screened physical therapists. Find what’s available near you here.

States in blue reflect the highest level of credentialing for rehabilitation therapists.

PTPN members must meet strict credentialing requirements that exceed those of other networks and state licensing requirements. In states with PTPN’s Level I Credentialing Program (see map), PTPN credentialing standards surpass those that such accrediting bodies as the NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance) require for physicians in managed care plans.

Rehabilitation therapists treat a wide range of ailments — some of which might surprise you. In addition to treating sprains and strains, physical, occupational and speech therapy are used for…

  • Patients recovering from injuries and such major illnesses as cancer, heart disease and stroke.
  • Patients who suffer from such chronic conditions as diabetes, pulmonary disease and even depression.
  • Making the workplace safer for employees, with ergonomic assessment and work conditioning to prevent injuries.
  • Helping people of all ages and fitness levels maintain an active, healthy lifestyle.