PT, DPT, CMPT, CSCS
“I value that our profession allows us, as clinicians, to spend time and interact with our patients to determine pathology and movement dysfunction. I enjoy taking time to educate others on what their symptoms mean and how to improve their health. I believe that both a thorough orthopedic and neurological physical therapy examination paves the way for effective treatments. My advanced training with assessing joint movements and performing a comprehensive assessment of the spine and joints has allowed me to determine the best course of treatment. Routinely re-assessing the patient and seeing that they are on the right track is imperative. I find that physical therapy is an art and a science as rehabilitation is tailored to the person. I cherish being a part of an individual’s recovery and return to function.”
See Leo Talaganis at the Norridge Location
Norridge Illinois Physical Therapist
4746 N. Cumberland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60656
North Park University, Bachelor of Science- Biology
Mount St. Joseph University- Doctorate of Physical Therapy
NAIOMT Certified Manual Physical therapist (CMPT)
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
Credentialed APTA Clinical Instructor
Leo Talaganis has 8 years of experience with providing hands-on treatment to patients with common and uncommon orthopedic ailments, osteoarthritis, post-operative diagnoses, TMD, and movement disorders in the outpatient setting. He particularly enjoys working with patients with shoulder, knee and spine disorders and employs a biomechanical approach to assessing his patients. He completed his manual therapy certification through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Physical Therapy in 2013 to advance his training and provide specific therapy care to his patients. Leo also works with patients with neurological symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, stroke, and neuropathy.
Leo has a passion for life-long learning as evidenced by his enrollment in clinical education courses throughout the year and being an APTA certified clinical instructor. He enjoys sharing his knowledge with interns, patients, and colleagues. He has had guest lecture appointments at PTA Programs in the Chicagoland area. He is a firm believer of research and evidence-based practice of physical therapy.
Leo takes great pride in working with the patients in his community as he has served Norridge, Harwood Heights, Schiller Park, and Northwest Chicago for many years.