People We Love To Help Include…
Who know that keeping up with their children is a lot EASIER and ENJOYABLE if they’re in less pain and free of stiffness.
Who want to IMPROVE their health with exercise but nagging pain keeps them from pushing forward.
Who want to be able to play with their grandchildren without being slowed down by pain or stiffness.
Who like to push themselves on the weekends with races, workouts, or games without worrying about pain or how they’ll feel Monday morning at work.
Active Holistic People
Who don’t want to take medications and value a whole body approach to healing.
Anyone that wants to understand their bodies better and determine what is right for it without surgery or medication.
About Karen Clark Scott...
Dr. Karen Clark Scott, PT, OCS is Louisville’s leading physical therapist who uses unique assessment and treatment approaches to finally get to the root cause of symptoms.
She founded Pain and Performance Solutions because she had worked in corporate outpatient clinics for more than 15 years with decreasing insurance reimbursement and therefore increased caseload demand. Dr. Clark Scott knew she was not able to provide high quality of care while seeing multiple patients at the same time. This frustration and advanced training in Neurokinetic Therapy led Dr. Clark Scott to venture out on her own to provide 1:1 care that is very unique and individually tailored to each patient’s unique condition, getting to the root cause of symptoms faster, and getting patient’s back to work or recreational activities faster than ever.
Dr. Karen Clark Scott graduated with her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky in 2000. She received her Doctorate degree from Regis University in Denver, CO, in 2013. She is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist since 2006, Level 3 certified Neurokinetic Therapy practitioner, and Level 2 Amino Neurofrequency Pain and Inflammation practitioner. This sets her apart from any other physical therapist in the state and gets results faster than most therapists.
Check out Karen in Today's Woman Magazine where she describes how she helps those suffering from pain in her community get back to the activities they love