Ken Johnson, PT


Graduate Certificate in Health Sciences Patient Centered Outcomes, Indiana University 2006
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, Indiana University 1997

Ken Johnson is a 1997 graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. To satisfy a growing professional interest in treatment outcomes, Ken completed a Graduate Certificate in Patient Centered Outcomes at Indiana University in 2006.

Ken has  years of physical therapy experience with an emphasis on orthopedics and musculoskeletal disorders. Currently, Ken provides his clinical expertise regarding shoulder dysfunction, trunk and core stabilization, and management of athletic injuries to the south side community. He also treats individuals with balance or fall disorders with a comprehensive approach including vestibular rehabilitation as needed.

In addition to his clinical practice, he is a certified Functional Movement Systems (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) provider and directs the Performance Ability Testing program at Body One to help athletes identify and reduce injury risk during athletic participation.

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Performance Ability Testing

Are you ready to take a preventative approach to injuries?

Nothing ruins a team, an athlete’s season, or an individual’s fitness program faster than an injury. At Body One, we believe that advances in sports medicine have given us the ability to understand injury prediction and implement testing programs that can identify an individual’s risk of injury before an injury occurs.

Performance Ability Testing