Physical Therapy

Alex Kuhlman, DPT is the Director of Rehabilitation and Occupational Health. Alex’s duties include overseeing the Rehabilitation Department at Oswego Community Hospital, as well as providing out-patient and in-patient physical therapy. As the Director of Occupational Health, Alex works with area businesses and schools to arrange health services for employees and students.  
A native of Ness City, Kansas, Alex completed his Bachelor’s in Biology at Pittsburg State University where he played football, as a free safety, and also competed on the track team, horizontal jumping. Alex earned his Doctorate in physical therapy at Missouri State University, where he was trained in the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine, regarding manual “hands on” physical therapy. 
Alex is married to Bailey (Waugh) Kuhlman, formerly of Altamont, and they have two sons: Joseph, age 20 months, and Andrew, age 6 months. Bailey is attending Pittsburg State University, working on her Master’s Degree in Nursing. 
Alex first learned about Physical Therapy due to a football injury in high school that required rehabilitation, and his interest grew out of that experience. While he no longer plays football, Alex enjoys staying active through many hobbies such as golfing, bird hunting, fishing, and other sports. To relax and unwind, Alex prefers fishing and sitting on his back deck. Between work, school and two small boys, Alex and Bailey find ways to take mini-vacations together. 
Because Alex has an advanced degree in physical therapy, patients do not need their physician’s permission (or an order) to see Alex for the initial evaluation. If a patient has a problem they think physical therapy might improve, they may call Alex to set up an appointment.
Once Alex completes the evaluation of the patient, and if the patient’s condition could be improved by physical therapy, Alex will contact the patient’s doctor to request an order to begin treating the patient.
Alex stated, “As a Physical Therapist, I provide skilled services to all ages in order to restore function, improve mobility, and relieve pain for all types of injuries, disorders, disease, and general aches and pains. I invite patients to contact me to discuss how Physical Therapy might improve their lives and help them stay active in the years to come. In my role as Director of Occupational Health, I invite business owners and school districts, to contact me to discuss occupational health services available to our surrounding communities. I encourage them to contact me by calling Oswego Community Hospital at (620) 795-2921; my work cell phone: (620)778-2507; or”

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