Welcome to Excel Sports and Physical Therapy

At Excel, we provide the full range of physical therapy and athletic enhancement services in the greater St. Louis and St. Charles area. Our staff consists of licensed health professionals committed to helping patients regain their prior level of day-to-day function. Our patient-focused plans incorporate strengthening exercises, stretching, home exercise programs, patient education and much more. Our physical therapists are specially trained to treat a wide variety of injuries including fractures, sprains, muscle pain, and joint replacements among many others. So whether you need help with your golf game or rehab after a sports injury, auto accident, surgery or illness, you'll find it here.

At Excel Sports, no two patients are exactly the same. That's why we customize our treatments and help guide our patients toward recovery every step of the way. Excel advocates a one-on-one approach so that each patient is getting the attention and the care that they deserve. We provide the support you need and the experience you can trust.

Excel Sports and Physical Therapy serves St. Louis, St. Peters, O'Fallon, St. Charles, Wentzville, Warrenton and the surrounding communities.

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Our Locations:

Ellisville - 636) 227-5200
St. Peters - (636) 939-9540
St. Peters Piper Hill - (636) 229-4254
O'Fallon - (636) 978-9235
St. Charles - (636) 949-3926
Warrenton - (636) 456-6350
Wentzville - (636) 887-3660
Winghaven - (636) 561-4793
North O'Fallon - (636) 978-5255

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NEWS & UPDATES

“I got my bell rung…”
August 27th, 2014, 5:27 pm

STL Cardinals Concussion Specialist, Dr. Brandon Larkin of Advanced Bone and Joint, educates local sports affiliations on the issues and difficulties of concussion management. It is important to remember that not every concussion is the same and treatment varies on … Continue reading


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Testimonials

Anthony Fall - RSD Testimonial

In September 2010, after open reduction and internal fixation of my right dominant hand, I was diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).

 


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