For more than 30 years, Steve Crane and his staff have been helping patients in and around Mansfield, Ohio, feel better and get back on their feet. Crane Physical Therapy provides patients with one-on-one, personalized care designed to help them recover, manage pain, and achieve their desired quality of life and therapy goals. Blue Sky Therapy welcomed Crane Physical Therapy to the family in December 2016.
The therapists are very knowledgeable and caring. They understand the situation and know ways to bring relief. They have my greatest respect.
Steve Crane continued to work with me on my back until I was feeling better and able to move again. The office staff is great to work with, very professional.
Everyone is extremely nice and helpful. I feel that I was diagnosed correctly and am making good progress.
Love the “personal” care that is given to each patient. They take time to talk and really listen to each patient.
Very professional organization. Solved my problem in no time. Best around.
Crane Physical Therapy is committed to effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction. We have seen 99% patient satisfaction and are in the top 11% for neck/cervical improvement per case.
A native of Brisbane Australia, Steve graduated from Ohio State University in 1980 and has lived and worked in the USA since then. He established Crane Physical Therapy in 2006. Steve has extensive knowledge and experience in outpatient physical therapy with a special interest and expertise in neck and low back pain, headaches, and vertigo/dizziness. He is also trained in dry needling.
Susan Hogsette is a Licensed Physical Therapist with a certification in Functional Manual Reaction. She has been with Crane Physical Therapy for more than 6 years. She graduated from OSU in 1990 and completed a Fellowship in Applied Functional Science in 2008. Susan has spent the vast majority of her career in sport medicine/outpatient orthopedics, with experience in acute, inpatient rehab and home health care. She loves to design individualized treatments for her patients and thinks its rewarding to see patients do well and enjoy their lives and families after therapy.
Sherri Graduated from North Central State College in 1997 with an associates degree in Physical Therapy and started at Crane Physical Therapy in October of 1997. She considers everyone at Crane Physical Therapy her family and says she is blessed to work with such an amazing team. Sherri says the most rewarding part of her job is watching her patient’s transform, not only from the Physical Therapy point of view, but changes that occur in their attitude/perspective/emotional state of mind which improves their overall wellbeing. She is also thankful and appreciative of the friendships she has encountered and have continued after the completion of therapy.
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