Visit any of our four locations...
706 S First
Blackwell, OK 74631
Toll free: 1-800-363-1907
1016 Fir Ave
Perry, Ok 73077
2211 N. 14th PO Box 908
Ponca City, OK 74602-0908
Toll free: 1-888-272-9630
904 W 6th Ave
Stillwater, OK 74074
Toll free: 1-888-272-9779
Northern Therapy and Rehabilitation is a private practice, outpatient physical therapy group of clinics. It was founded by physical therapists Todd and Tracy McAreavey and is now owned by Todd and Tracy McAreavey and physical therapist Jason Snyder. Our professional staff also includes Ramona Peralez, Ken Schaecher, Amanda Coble, and David Reed all licensed physical therapists, and Ty Short, Kyle Fairchild, and Katie McPhillips, all licensed physical therapy assistants. Jason Snyder is a level 1 certified rocktape/ kinesiotape provider. Ken Schaecher and Amanda Coble are board certified as orthopedic clinical specialists.
Northern Therapy & Rehabilitation first opened in Blackwell, OK in 1995. In April of 1996, we added a second location in Ponca City, and then expanded to Payne County in April of 1998 with the opening of our Stillwater location. On March 1, 2016 we opened our clinic in Perry. Each location incorporates the same quality therapeutic techniques that have made us leaders in outpatient physical therapy in north central Oklahoma. We take great pride in our ability to help patients achieve their desired outcomes.
Northern Therapy & Rehabilitation offers treatment of orthopedic and neurological conditions such as back pain and neck pain, shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle problems. We provide individualized rehabilitation and treatment programs tailored for each patient’s needs. We feature the most state of the art modality and weight equipment available including Kin-Com Isokinetic Equipment. Our Ponca City location features the only on-site heated aquatic therapy pool in Kay County.
We are a member of most major PPO groups, insurance groups and we accept Medicare. We also treat Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury cases like car crash or motor vehicle accident injured clients.
Direct Access is now in Oklahoma!
What does direct access mean for you? As of Novemeber 1, 2014, a patient can come to physical therapy without a physician referral. A physical therapist is trained to evaluate a patient and refer that patient to a physician if they are not a candidate for physical therapy. If they are a candidate for physical therapy, the therapist can see that patient for 30 days before needing a physician referral. Some insurance companies may still require a physician referral, but the good news is that you can come to a physical therapist for evaluation and then can be referred to the appropriate type of physician.