The Beacon physical therapy department provides compassionate, state-of-the-art orthopaedic care that services the needs of patients with a wide range of orthopaedic and sports medicine injuries at the Summit Woods, Beacon West, Beacon Miamisburg (Dayton), and Northern Kentucky locations. With over 5,000 square feet of workspace at each location, the physical therapy teams work side by side with the Beacon physicians to provide their patients with a complete continuum of care. Patients who are prescribed physical therapy enjoy the convenience of early morning, daytime, and evening appointment availability.
For more information, please call:
(513) 389-3666 (Summit)
(513) 354-7777 (West)
(513) 815-5585 (NKY)
(937) 449-0796 (Miamisburg)
(513) 247-4340 Drayer PT at Beacon East
(937) 283-2186 Drayer PT at Center for Sports Sciences (Wilmington)
Our telehealth service provides live access to a physical therapist via a camera-enabled tablet, smart phone or computer. Telehealth or video visits are available for existing physical therapy patients and can be accessed through our secure portal (links below). Telehealth is available by appointment only Monday thru Friday 8am until 7pm.
Telehealth Link for Summit Woods & Miamisburg Physical Therapy Patients. To schedule call 513-389-3666.
Telehealth Link for Beacon West and Northern Kentucky Physical Therapy Patients. To schedule call 513-354-7777.
What is the Bridge Program?
The Bridge Program is geared towards restoring the function of patients of all ages who are returning to an active lifestyle. The Bridge Program is provided in partnership with PowerAthlete Enterprises (Miamisburg/Dayton Area), and Beacon Orthopaedics Summit Woods Physical Therapy department. The Bridge Program evaluates a patient’s functional movement patterns as well as their level of strength and endurance and uses this information to tailor an exercise plan that will increase their speed, agility, and endurance post-injury.
Patients in the Miamisburg (Dayton) area can utilize PowerAthlete Enterprises to complete their Bridge Program. Patients in the Cincinnati area can complete their Bridge Program at Beacon Summit Wood’s sports training area, which includes weight machines, court space, a baseball throwing lane and more. The combination of knowledgeable staff and state of the art equipment allow patients who have successfully completed their prescribed physical therapy to continue improving their strength and endurance in a safe, controlled environment.
Who will benefit from the Bridge?
This unique program is designed for those individuals who have suffered an injury and who have completed formal rehabilitation for that injury. After clearance from a qualified orthopaedic professional, this unique, functional training program can bridge the gap from the rehabilitation clinic to an active lifestyle.
Is the program covered by my insurance?
Unfortunately, Bridge is not usually covered by insurance providers, even though it continues the recovery process and decreases the propensity for a re-injury.
How do I enroll in the Cincinnati Area?
Contact Josh True, ATC via email at email@example.com or call (513) 389-3666. You can also ask your physician at your next visit.
How do I enroll in the Miamisburg (Dayton) Area?
Contact PowerAthlete Enterprises: https://powerathlete.pushpress.com/open/interested/
Baseball Throwing Program
The Baseball Throwing Program at Beacon Orthopaedics is a baseball-focused, one-on-one program designed for athletes overcoming an injury. We use the latest technology and baseball specific routines to develop the necessary tools to return to play and remain healthy. Qualifying participants have completed Physical Therapy and are cleared by their physician to resume throwing or begin a throwing program. The Baseball Program helps athletes develop pre and post throwing routines to improve arm health and total body mobility to aid in the throwing motion.
The MotusThrow is utilized during the throwing portions of the program to report objective, real-time measurements on Elbow Stress (Nm), Arm Slot (degrees), Arm Speed (RPMs), and Shoulder Rotation (degrees), along with other data.
Contact: Mark Keiser, MS, ATC, CES; firstname.lastname@example.org; (513) 530-3020
Running Analysis Program
What is the Running Performance Program?
This program caters to the avid runner trying to return to training or runners who are already participating in races. The program combines highly skilled physical therapists with cutting edge technology. Consisting of a personal evaluation, video analysis, and personal exercise/training recommendations to get runners back on their feet 100%.
- Runners of all ages & competitive levels will benefit from this program
- Runners with injuries and those wanting to enhance their performance will both benefit from our video analysis technology to track mechanics and range of motion
Want to enroll or have questions?
Contact the following trainers according to the location you wish to visit.
Erin Stockert, MS, PT – email@example.com; (513) 354-7777
Melissa Kontsis – Director of Beacon Physical Therapy, Beacon West Clinic Manager, PT, ATC
Melissa is the Director of PT for Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. While overseeing the operations of all three Beacon PT departments, she continues to treat patients on a daily basis. She is a physical therapist and athletic trainer. As a Board-Certified Sports Medicine Specialist, she has treated high school, college, Olympic and professional athletes over the past 20 years. Personally, she is an avid runner and a former college volleyball player at Temple University and has also completed in local bodybuilding competitions. Her husband is the Head Football Coach at Walnut Hills High School, and they have been residents of West side of Cincinnati with their three children for over a decade.
Adam Testerman – Summit Woods Director of Physical Therapy, PT, DPT
Adam is a physical therapist and assistant manager with four years of experience in sports medicine and rehabilitation. Adam is a graduate of Kings High School and earned his bachelor’s in science at Miami University in exercise science. He achieved his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of St. Augustine, San Diego. Adam has worked with athletes of all ages from middle school to the professional level including the NBA and X-Games competitors. Adam is well versed in ACL, rotator cuff, labral repair and total joint rehabilitation. He, his wife Lauren, and two sons Camden and Colton reside in Mason and enjoy spending time with friends/family and their English bulldog Walter.