trittschuh physical therapy

Nicholas and Kayla Lambert bought Trittschuh PT in June to help the people of DeLand and Pierson heal from injury and remain active throughout their lives. Their goal is to revolutionize physical therapy care and bring a more robust service to the area. “We want to be your first thought if you sustain an injury or if you don’t feel as active as you used to,” said Kayla. “We want to reframe people’s perception of our profession and show the community how we can help them live their best life.” 

Dedicated to providing fitness forward one-on-one care for a variety of conditions, Trittschuh Physical Therapy is here to help each patient heal and grow. “We pride ourselves on giving our therapists the time necessary to build relationships with their patients,” said Kayla. “We place purpose over profit in our clinics; our focus is not on maximizing revenue but on giving our therapists the time they need to care for our patients.” 

Trittschuh Physical Therapy uses a simple one-on-one care model, which is uncommon in other clinics due to declining reimbursement from insurance companies. Many companies require their therapists to treat upward of 20 patients in a day, meaning there are three to four patients with the same therapists at a time, making it difficult to spend an appreciable amount of time with each of them. 

Now owners of Trittschuh Physical Therapy, Nicholas and Kayla are helping to change the way people view physical therapy, by educating the public about its benefits. “We believe your treatments should evolve as you heal and should reflect a strong focus on attaining your long-term goals,” said Kayla. 

At TPT you will be seen by a licensed therapist for your entire session. “We do not hand off our patients to unlicensed personnel or allow them to run through a handful of generic exercises on their own,” said Kayla. “Our main goal is to ensure you feel as if each session is tailored to your specific impairments and you see direct correlation to how each of those interventions is related to your goals.” 

Trittschuh Physical Therapy is here to help each patient heal and grow. They offer a variety of services that focus on the treatment of orthopedic and musculoskeletal deficits, vertigo and balance, sports injuries, headaches, spinal injuries, gait training, and more. “We also offer dry needling, blood flow restriction training, laser therapy and a variety of other modalities to get you back to your best active life,” said Kayla. 

Trittschuh Physical Therapy has locations in DeLand and Pierson, and Nicholas and Kayla are currently in the process of remodeling the clinics to make them into a more fitness forward space. “We’re planning to have the ribbon-cutting in January,” said Kayla. 

Very active in the community, Nicholas and Kayla are members of the DeLand Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Kiwanis Club of Astor, and have partnered with the Good Samaritan Society to provide services to low-income individuals. “We will also be sponsoring and participating in Taylor High School’s Wildcat 5K,” said Kayla, “as well as taking part in the Christmas Boat Parade in Astor.” 

Trittschuh Physical Therapy’s DeLand office is located at 890 N. Boundary Ave., Suite 200, and their hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday–Friday. Their Pierson office is located at 163 W. 1st Ave., and that office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 

To learn more about Trittschuh Physical Therapy or to schedule an appointment, visit or call 386-738-3456.




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