One on One Physical Therapy Solutions

MyoFit Clinic provides one-on-one physical therapy solutions by a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy or by a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in a brand new state of the art clinic in Chardon and Middlefield, Ohio in Geauga County! All of our Physical Therapy solutions and treatments are covered up to 100% through most if not all medical insurances including Medicare and Medicaid!knee-physical-therapy

Our staff will provide benefit verification for you from your insurance so you will know exactly what is covered and how much you will be responsible for. No hidden costs or charges!

MyoFit Clinic is in network with all major commercial insurances including Anthem BCBS, Aetna, Medical Mutual, Humana, Molina, Paramount, Caresource, Medicaid, Medicare, Cigna, AARP, United Healthcare, Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation and Tricare.

You do not need a physician prescription for physical therapy services and solutions to be covered by your insurance in Ohio, excluding Medicare which we can assist with obtaining for those clients covered under Medicare.

MyoFit Clinic accepts walk-ins for all conditions and guarantees you will be treated with in 24 hrs after scheduling your initial evaluation with one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy.

We accept cash! See our price list and treatment packages with flexible payment plans and options.


Our Physical Therapists are highly qualified and trained to provide care and treatment to acute and chronic conditions such as:

Orthopedic Conditions:  pre- and post- joint surgery, chronic pain, knee injury including ACL and meniscus tear, joint sprain, arthritis, back pain related to disc herniation, vertebral fracture or spinal stenosis, osteoporosis, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tear, hand injuries, bursitis, muscle strain, plantar fasciitis and other foot pain conditions

Neurologic Conditions:  stroke recovery, peripheral neuropathy, balance impairment, progressive neurologic conditions including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, headaches, vertigo

Geriatric Care:  strengthening, pre- and post- surgery, pre- and post- hospitalization, gait training, balance training, fall prevention strategies, joint replacement rehabilitation, neurologic intervention, osteoporosis, arthritis, back and neck pain, diabetic care, neuropathy

Pediatric Care: developmental delay, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, infant torticollis, childhood cancer, autism, brachial plexus injury

Women’s Health Issues: urinary incontinence, pre and postnatal back pain and physical fitness, pelvic pain, sexual discomfort, fibromyalgia

Sports Rehabilitation: injury recovery and injury prevention, joint sprain, muscle strains, weakness, orthopedic pain, low back discomfort during sport such as the golf swing

Physical therapy is not just for rehabilitation for after an injury or accident.  Physical therapy is an active profession that also focuses and improving physical fitness and overall wellness.  Our physical therapists are experts at analyzing movement in order to predict injury risk, determine areas of dysfunction, and improve strength imbalances and posture.  Our physical therapists will help you feel better so that you can have a more active, healthy and pain free lifestyle.


What to expect:

Most treatment sessions will be 1 hr in length and your first visit begins with a comprehensive initial evaluation with a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy.  Your physical and functional status is assessed in order to determine your limitations and appropriate treatment plan.  Your treatment plan will include techniques that promote mobility, reduce pain, restore function and promote physical wellness.  Your treatment sessions will focus on alleviating pain and working toward reaching your functional goals set for therapy.

You will always be treated by a licensed Doctor of physical therapy or licensed physical therapist assistant with advanced training and you will never be treated by a unlicensed support staff such as an aide or technician.  Before you are discharged from therapy, you will be confident in your ability to manage your condition independently.