Legacy Physical Therapy 2961 Dougherty Ferry Road Saint Louis, MO 63122
Call: 636-225-3649 Fax: 888-494-7074 Email: info@legacytherapystl.com

Legacy Physical Therapy has been committed to providing integrated and individualized rehabilitation since 2008. Our highly specialized staff provides comprehensive care to patients with a variety of pelvic dysfunctions and orthopedic conditions. We specialize in rehabilitation programs for treatment of pelvic floor pain and dysfunction, incontinence, post-prostatectomy care, prenatal/postpartum conditions, pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction, and orthopedic injuries. 

We hope you find this website helpful in your health care decision making. We look forward to partnering with you in your care. Please contact us with questions or for an appointment.

Legacy Blog

The Healthy Games

January 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Do you want to improve your health in 2015? We at Legacy Physical Therapy want to help! Read below for a super exciting challenge that starts SOON!!! On January 12th, we will be launching “The Healthy Games” 6-week Health challenge! Whether you are wanting to lose weight, moving into your new healthy lifestyle, or maybe…

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Brooke Goes to Washington

October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

On Monday September 29 and Tuesday September 30, Dr. Brooke Kalisiak PT, DPT, WCS had a wonderful opportunity to represent the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association at our Nation’s Capitol. She was among over 75 physical therapists business owners from across the country that  convened in Washington, DC September 29 –…

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MONDAY WORKOUTS IN MAY!!

April 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you are like us here at Legacy Physical Therapy, this warmer weather is inspiring you to get outside and get more active! We thought what better way to get active than to do it together!! Starting MONDAY MAY 5th join us for MONDAY WORKOUTS in MAY!! That’s right, instead of picking up the margarita…

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Heart Attack Signs in Women Often Differ from Men

March 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

February was National Heart Awareness Month, so we wanted to take a moment and discuss the difference in heart attack symptoms between men and women. MEN AND WOMEN ARE DIFFERENT! Shocking…. I know. Heart attacks and heart disease are just another way that men and women differ. Although, both genders are susceptible to heart disease…

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