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A Wide Variety of Top-Quality Onsite Services
Electrical Stimulation

Electrical stimulation therapy makes the muscle contract using electric impulses delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the muscles to be stimulated.  This therapy is used as a rehabilitation and preventive tool for partially or totally immobilized patients.  It is used in the treatment of muscle spasms and pain or can help to prevent atrophy and build strength in patients with injuries.  Patients with any type of spinal cord injury or strokes find this treatment to be especially helpful in keeping muscles active.

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

Ultrasound real-time images of the musculoskeletal system provide pictures of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and soft tissue throughout the body.  These pictures help to diagnose sprains, strains, tears and other soft tissue conditions.  There is no exposure to radiation, like with x-rays which use ionizing radiation, making musculoskeletal ultrasound a safe, noninvasive test.

Moist Heat/Hot Packs or Cold Packs

Two of the most common therapies used to control pain and discomfort from injury are heat and ice.  They can be used separately or alternatively, and are often used as before or after exercise therapy.  Heat draws blood into the target tissues, delivering needed oxygen & nutrients and removing cell wasters.  It decreases muscle spams, relaxes tenseness, and relieves pain.  It can also increase range of motion.  Cold, on the other hand, constricts the blood vessels and slows circulation which reduces inflammation.  This helps to reduce muscle spasms and decrease pain.


Whirlpool therapy gently circulates either warm or cold water or a combination of warm and cold water around the body part that is being treated.  The main goals of this treatment are to reduce swelling & inflammation and decrease pain.  This therapy is often used at the end of physical therapy sessions because of the strain patients put on their injury during their workout.  Whirlpool therapy can also be used in junction with applying the correct dressing to promote wound healing.

Exercise Equipment & Free Weights

Physical therapy combined with active exercise are necessary for many injuries to heal and stay healthy.  Therapeutic exercise is bodily movement prescribed to increase functional capacity or reduce and manage your pain, as well as sustain your long-term recovery and prevent a future recurrence of pain.  We use various exercise equipment, resistance bands, and free weights in a personalized program that is developed, taught and monitored based on achieving specific goals, as well as on initial & ongoing evaluations.

Decompression Therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy is a non-surgical, non-chiropractic therapy to relieve back pain and other problems associated with spinal disc injuries.   It uses motorized traction to gently stretch the spine.  By taking pressure off the spinal disks, any bulging or herniated disks may retract.  This in turn, takes pressure off the nerves and other structures in your spine and helps to promote movement of water, oxygen and nutrient-rich fluids into the disks so they may heal.

Meet our Experienced Team

Licensed Physical Therapist and Compassionate Professionals form our Staff
Tim and Janet Lees

Tim and Janet Lees

Owner / Operators

After graduating from Ohio State University, where they both earned degrees in physical therapy, Tim and Janet practiced physical therapy in a variety of clinical settings before opening Harrison Physical Therapy in 1994.  It has been their privilege to provide Harrison and the surrounding areas with top-notch physical therapy services.  They are parents to seven children and have been blessed with several grandchildren. Tim and Janet are very involved in their church and other community organizations.

Beth Survant

Beth Survant

Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant

Beth earned an AAS: Physical Therapy Assistant, at University of Cincinnati - Clermont College, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She also earned an AAS: Medical Information Technology, at Gateway Community & Technical College in Edgewood, KY. Beth is passionate about empowering her patients to be involved in their own recovery.

Sandy Kelley

Sandy Kelley

Office Manager

Sandy is responsible for overall front office activities, including the reception area, mail, and administrative patient services. She and the secretary share responsibility for scheduling and insurance benefits verification. Sandy also works with suppliers and manages the company communication systems & website.

Pat Uchtman


Pat perform various administrative functions, such as preparing correspondence, scheduling appointments, maintaining paper & electronic files, and providing information to patients.  She assists with front office activities, especially scheduling and insurance verification.

Terry Meyer

Terry Meyer


Terry is responsible for maintaining patient account information and using this data to submit claims for insurance reimbursement and collect payment for the services provided. She also prepares monthly statement and answers patients' insurance or billing questions.

What Our Patients Say About Us

“Tim challenged me on a daily basis,” said Mike. “Best of all, his encouragement and support prompted me to make other healthy life style changes as well. I’m eating healthier and have lost weight. I’m also continuing to exercise and strengthen my body. This is the best I’ve felt in years.”

Mike Radzimoski
Mike Radzimoski Mike couldn't work for seven months... Click here to read about his comeback

“I didn’t feel like things were going well,” said Anna. “So I went to see Tim (Lees).  I’m doing great now,” she continued. “I’ve played in about seven games so far. I would absolutely recommend Harrison Physical Therapy to anyone. Everyone there really cares and wants to help you get better.”

Anna Dorsch
Anna Dorsch An ankle injury put Anna on the sidelines... Click here to read how she returned to playing soccer

“I try not to let things get me down, but when I was constantly struggling to keep up at work and at home, I knew it was time for a knee replacement," said Karen Keyob.  “Gaining flexibility was definitely a focus of my rehabilitation."  She added, "Tim (Lees) gave me peace of mind by helping me understand the healing process.  I would recommend Tim and his team to anyone.”

Karen Heyob
Karen Heyob Karen suffered with pain from degenerative joint disease... Click here to read how she regained flexibility and peace of mind
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