At Hughes Physical Therapy, our specialty is Orthopedic Manual Therapy. We see patients for treatment of :
Pain and Dysfunction of Muscles and Joints of the Upper and Lower Extremities
as well as rehabilitation following :
Orthopedic and Neurosurgery
Sports and Athletic Injuries
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Foot & Ankle Surgery and Related Podiatry
As a consumer, you have both the right and freedom to choose your healthcare providers. You also have the right to know the training and credentials of those who treat you and their relationship to any other parties which could influence their care of you.
Hughes Physical Therapy is an independently owned private practice and is not financially owned or administratively controlled by any other parties. The success of our practice is directly related to treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction. It is our patients, their friends, family and co-workers who are our greatest referral source.
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING HUGHES!
What is Orthopedic Manual Therapy?
Orthopedic Manual Therapy is an advanced clinical specialty within the Physical Therapy profession. It's a natural hands-on approach to the examination and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions affecting the spine and extremities for the purpose of relieving pain, restoring function, and improving overall health.
Board Certification is awarded to those who have successfully completed a two to three year Post-Graduate Clinical Residency Program and have demonstrated, upon examination, their competency to practice in this specialty.
100 S. Center St.
Clinton, IL 61727
Your Physical Therapist
Paul Hughes, PT, MNSMT
Mr. Hughes is the Director and Owner of the Clinic. He is a licensed Physical Therapist and is Board Certified in Manual Therapy. Along with his P.T. Degree from St. Louis University, he has completed over 2,000 hours of post-professional education, participated in an independent study in London, England and successfully completed his Residency Program in Manual Therapy in Norway. He has lectured extensively, both in the United States and abroad on "The Principles and Practices of Orthopedic Manual Therapy" and has been instrumental in establishing Manual Therapy curriculum for Residency Programs in the United States.
He has held various consulting and teaching positions and previously was on the faculty of Northwestern University Medical School, Graduate Programs in Physical Therapy. He is a member of various professional organizations including the American Physical Therapy Association and its special sections on Orthopedics, Sports Therapy, and Private Practice.