Helping people is reason I reason I became a physical therapist. I treat every patient as an individual with their own set of symptoms, as well as learn about who they are as a person. Additionally, I stay up to date on emerging research and strive to continue to learn everyday in order to provide the best possible care for my patients.
Rachael Matthews, PT, DPT
General Physical Therapy, Neurologic Therapy, Physical & Occupational Therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation
Practices In: Hinsdale
Patients Seen: All Ages
40 S. Clay St.
East Building, Suite LL50
Hinsdale, Illinois 60521
630-967-2000 (General Physical Therapy)
630-967-2000 (Vestibular Rehabilitation)
630-967-2000 (Physical & Occupational Therapy)
630-967-2000 (Neurologic Therapy)Get Directions
I enjoy treating all orthopedic patients, but also treat patients with vestibular and neurological conditions. I am also a fracture liaison providing treatment and education to patients with osteoporosis.
When I am not working, I like to spend time with my friends/family, play ultimate frisbee, run, and play the piano.
American Physical Therapy Association Illinois Physical Therapy Association
Governors State University Graduation Date: 2015 Degree: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Graduation Date: 2012 Degree: B.S. in Community Health
Rehabilitative Management of a 66-year-old Female with Chronic Lower Back Pain: A Case Report Matthews R, Carter R, Schuit D, & O'Shea R. Rehabilitative management of a 66-year-old female with chronic lower back pain: A case report. GeriNotes.
ASTYM/Graston, Body Mechanics, Closed Kinetic Chain Rehab, Core Stabilization, Ergonomics, Flexibility Training, Functionally-based Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention, Joint Mobilization, Joint Protection, Manual Therapy, Mechanical Traction, Myofacial Release, Osteoporosis Education, Plyometrics, Proprioceptive, Taping Techniques, Therapeutic Exercises, Vestibular Assessment
General Musculoskeletal Disorders/Injuries, Spine Disorders, Work-Related Injury