510 E. 8th St.
PO Box 370
Freeman, SD 57029
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Physical Therapy

The primary role of a physical therapist is to help resolve movement impairments to improve function. 

Treatment interventions focus on pain relief, exercises, transfer & gait training along with client education reviewing home program recommendations. Teaching clients general principles in these areas help empower them to care for themselves.

Physical Therapists Tony Miller & Rebecca Schultz and Physical Therapy Assistant Mike McCue provide physical therapy services for our community at FRHS.

The team works together to achieve the best possible outcome for their patients, who have had fractures, dislocations, soft tissue injuries, as well as those who have suffered a stroke or heart attack.

Clients across the entire age spectrum may benefit from physical therapy services including children & adults as hospital inpatients or outpatients and geriatric clients from skilled nursing facilities.

For information about physical therapy contact Director of Physical Therapy Tony Miller at Tony.Miller@freemanregional.com or call him at 605-925-2122 or contact Physical Therapist Rebecca Shultz at Rebecca.Schultz@freemanregional.com or call her at 605-925-4000.

Director of Physical Therapy Tony Miller

Originally from Pierre, Tony Miller has been a licensed physical therapist for 27 years and a member of the original graduating class at the University of South Dakota. He earned his master’s degree in Physical Therapy from USD in Vermillion. After graduation, Tony worked 3 years at the Sioux Falls VA Medical Center focusing on amputee rehab. He started at FRHS in 1996 and enjoys the “generalist practitioner” feel from getting a chance to work with clients of all ages & diagnosis. Tony lives in Sioux Falls with his wife & 4 children. 


Physical Therapist Rebecca Schultz,
PT , DPT, CLT, CAPP Certified Level 2 APTA Pelvic PT

Rebecca Schultz earned her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from the University of South Dakota. After graduation, she worked 8 years at Avera St. Benedict in Parkston, SD, where she received clinical education as a pelvic health physical therapist. Rebecca started at FRHS in 2017 & earned her lymphedema certification from the Academy of Lymphatic Studies in 2019. She continues to work with general outpatient orthopedics & inpatient care while serving patients in the specialty areas of pelvic health & lymphedema / wound care management. Rebecca lives southwest of Freeman with her husband & 2 children.


Physical Therapy Assistant Mike McCue

Mike McCue grew up in Wakonda & earned his physical therapist assistant associate's degree from Lake Area Tech. After graduation, he worked 5 years in Colorado Springs, CO in outpatient orthopedic clinics. Mike started at FRHS in 2010 & has earned a North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) Level 1 Certification, Kinesiology RockTape Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) Basic & Advanced Certification along with RockTape FMT Blades and Blades Advanced Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) Certification. Mike lives in Freeman with his wife & 2 children.