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We offer opportunities in Kentucky for physical, occupational and hand therapy and athletic training services.
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About KORT Physical Therapy

Since 1987, we’ve provided clinical and customer service excellence to patients in Kentucky and southern Indiana. Across our network of more than 50 locations, we take pride in creating an exceptional experience, helping all of our patients get back to athletics, work, life and the things they love. Our centers offer a wide range of physical therapy services such as hand therapy, sports medicine and work injury prevention and rehabilitation. We also provide physical therapy and athletic training services to professional sports teams, colleges, universities and high schools.

Working at KORT Physical Therapy

We ensure a positive workplace and provide ongoing learning opportunities for our clinicians. Learn what a physical therapy career looks like in the videos below.

pediatric spotlight
KORT Pediatric Therapy
We provide physical, occupational, speech-language, applied behavior analysis (ABA) and other therapy programs to help children through 21 years of age in reaching their full potential. Our programs are designed to meet a wide range of developmental needs and include newborn services.


We are committed to creating a culture of inclusivity and diversity, and by providing opportunities for professional growth and development.

  • Proudly supporting our military veterans and their spouses.

  • Select Medical is proud to receive recognition in 2024 both as a Greatest Workplace for Women and a Greatest Workplace for Diversity.
An Eagles football player laughing with a NovaCare physical therapist.
Sports Partnerships
Creating a foundation for athletic health
We deliver physical therapy, sports medicine and athletic training services to 450+ professional sports teams, colleges, universities and high schools nationwide.
Our patients say it best
Alex's story
Alex Carlyle came to KORT New Albany for physical therapy on her tilted patella, but a general assessment revealed another diagnosis. Steven Hnat, P.T., DPT, OCS, discovered Alex had clonus, which led to the discovery that she also had cerebral palsy. Watch the video to learn more about Alex's story.

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Our dedicated clinicians and support staff provide physical and occupational therapy, sports medicine expertise, work health solutions and more.