Elevate Physical Therapy Chicago
Get Back to What You Love
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Elevate Physical Therapy was conceptualized and constructed by Manisha Patel MS PT, and Dr. Shivani Patel PT DPT, as a place for clients to receive experienced, 1:1 physical therapy care, in an environment that strives to cultivate and nurture healing. Elevate believes that the more you know about what is going on with your body, the more empowered you feel to control ailments, no matter how acute or chronic.

Having spent most of our careers working in private chain clinics and large hospitals in the Chicagoland area, we have learned that it is important for physical therapists to be able to treat patients the way the profession dictates, not the way a big companies with productivity standards dictate. We are physical therapist owned and operated, and believe that this should be the standard. Our model affords us the opportunity to spend quality one on one time with our patients so that thorough exams and treatments can be conducted. We don’t waste time with treatments that don’t have support in evidence, and we have a multitude of tools in our belts to help you to get back to what you love.

Physical Therapy has also successfully evolved to embrace a holistic approach to pain management, and injury prevention. Elevate believes that being educated on what is making you hurt, is the key to being able to manage and control it.

Who We Are – Manisha and Shivani share over 30 years of experience working as physical therapists in the Chicagoland area. This extensive experience has allowed them to practically learn and implement treatment based on best practices, and gold standard levels of care for musculoskeletal and orthopedic pain and injury management.

Our Goal is to help you reach YOUR GOALS. Whether it be return to your regular exercise routine, return to sport or recreational activity or simply to just be more comfortable in your day to day routine.

Life moves fast. When you get a chance to stop, stand, and take a look around, you shouldn’t have pain as a distraction.