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640 W. Republic Rd.

Suite 108

Springfield, MO 65807

Phone: 417-766-9819

Fax: 417-883-5454

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Welcome to Fluid Motion Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Services

We are a privately owned, outpatient physical therapy practice that focuses on women's health diagnoses and lymphedema therapy. 

Fluid Motion Physical Therapy is unique in serving the special needs of women, men, and children with incontinence, pelvic pain, and orthopedic conditions. We also offer a full array of physical therapy treatments, services, and products.

We treat women, men, and children with compassion, respect, and expertise.

Specialty Services

In addition to providing physical therapy, incontinence, and pain management services for men, women, and children, we also ofter specialty services, such as occupational therapy, low vision therapy, and speech therapy (VitalStim for dysphagia).

Speech Therapy

Areas of specialty include swallowing disorders with VitalStim certification; aphasia including word-finding issues; motor speech disorders including dysarthria, apraxia, and stuttering; cognition issues including memory, voice; speech/language disorder or delay; autism; teacher certification. VitalStim Therapy is designed to help swallowing by utilizing neuromuscular electric stimulation. Electric Stimulation is used to aid muscle strengthening and sensation to rehabilitate the ability to swallow. It is FDA-approved and helps in mild to severe cases of dysphagia (difficulty swallowing).

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists work to ensure individuals are able to age in place and participate in communities despite visual impairment. We are part of a team that works to enable working age adults with visual impairment to acquire or continue independent living and productive employment. OTs determine how vision impairment has limited the person's ability to complete specific daily tasks. The practitioner then modifies the task and/or environment to minimize or remove those limitations. OT practitioners also apply their expertise with adaptive devices and assistive technology to enable individuals to use optical and non-optical devices to complete ADLs. OTs also work with individuals to help them use their remaining vision as efficiently as possible to computer ADLs.