Founded in 2006, Performance Rehab is a therapist-owned physical therapy practice with four clinic locations in Overland Park, KS. We provide patients with a full spectrum of effective outpatient care options, including physical therapy, hand therapy, sports medicine services, performing arts physical therapy, and worker’s compensation services. We have assembled a team of highly skilled physical therapists who are focused on providing expert care, so our patients can achieve maximum results.
Mark Buckingham, MSPT (135th)Mark Buckingham first became interested in the field of Physical Therapy while playing Division 1 Basketball for Western Illinois University.
Brian Boerner, PT (88th)Brian Boerner earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas in 1997, Associate degree in Physical Therapy in 1999, and Master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2004 from the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Sue Klein, PT, MTC, CFC (135th)Sue Klein graduated from the University of Kansas Medical Center with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy and continued her education at the University of Saint Augustine, where she earned certifications in manual and craniofacial therapy.
Jennifer L. French, PT, DPT (75th)Jennifer French joined the Performance Rehab team in May 2017. Since she graduated from Creighton University in 2011, Jennifer has treated in clinics specializing in out-patient orthopedics and sports medicine.
Emily Morris, PTA (75th)Emily Morris earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Mississippi in 2011 and an Associate’s degree in Physical Therapy from Concorde Career College in 2013.
Anjali Tata-Hudson, PTA (75th)Anjali Tata-Hudson earned her B.A. in Anthropology from UC Berkeley in 1997 and her M.F.A. in Dance from UCLA in 2002.
Kelly Meiner, MPT, ATC (135th)Kelly Meiner graduated from Rockhurst University in 1997 with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and earned her Masters of Physical Therapy degree in 1999.
Michael Schlicht ATC (135th)Michael Schlicht earned his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Kansas State University in 2016. He is managing the athletic training services at Saint Thomas Aquinas High School as part of the sports medicine team.
Jackie Turner, DPT, CSCS (135th)Jackie Turner earned her Bachelor’s degree in Life Science from Kansas State University in 2006 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Kansas Medical Center in May 2009.
Trebor Besser, DPT (88th)Trebor Besser received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Kansas State University in 2009 and his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Rockhurst University in 2013.
Paul Craig, DPT, CSCS (135th)Paul Craig received his Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Exercise and Health Sciences from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010 and earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Rockhurst University in 2014.
Kendra Gage, DPT, OCS (75th)Kendra Gage received earned her bachelor’s degree in Dance at the University of Kansas in 2003 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2007 from Washington University in St. Louis.
Andrew DeBoest, DPT (154th)Andrew DeBoest received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Kansas in 2011 and went on to earn his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Mary.
Jill Marlow Krutzkamp, Pilates and Wellness Director, Professional Dancer (75th)Jill Marlow Krutzkamp has been dedicated to dance and the performing arts for over 27 years. Her formal dance training began at the Draper Center for Dance Education at the age of 12.
Aaron Fast, DPT (135th)Aaron Fast received his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from the University of Kansas in 2010 and went on to receive his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Mary.
Derek Feist, DPT (88th)Derek Feist earned his Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Kansas State University in 2014 and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Kansas Medical Center in May 2017.
Sarah Kwapiszeski, DPT (135th)Sarah Kwapiszeski recently made the transition from patient to therapist after completing her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2017. Now, she enjoys rehabilitating athletes as well as weekend warriors of all types.
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Please arrive 15-20 minutes prior to your initial physical therapy examination. We ask our patients to bring completed patient forms, insurance card, driver’s license, any referral or script from your doctor or health care provider, and method of payment.
The initial physical therapy examination will typically last 60-90 minutes. Follow up treatment sessions can last between 45-90 minutes depending on the patient’s condition and treatment plan.
Your physical therapist will perform a variety of interventions dependent on your current condition, dysfunction, pain and goals. A typical physical therapy visit will include manual (hands-on) therapy, supervised and individualized exercise, patient education, and home exercise program development and progressions.
We recommend outpatients wear loose and comfortable clothing. The specific region of the body we will be treating needs to be as accessible as possible. Additionally, please bring any braces, splints, or similar equipment that you are planning to use. Please avoid wearing jeans, tight fitting clothes, skirts, dresses, low-cut or revealing clothing.
Please notify the clinic 24-48 hours prior to the scheduled appointment time for cancellations or to reschedule an appointment. No show fees may be administered at the clinic’s discretion.
Kansas state law allows the patient to receive a physical therapy examination and treatment without a referral from a physician. However, some insurance providers require a physician referral. Our front office staff will be happy to answer insurance questions and determine if a physician’s referral is required. Our physical therapists communicate with patient’s physicians on an ongoing basis to optimize patient-care.
Yes. The patient always has the choice of where he or she wishes to receive physical therapy.