About Steven Sjogren
Steve graduated from Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS in 1993 with his degree in Biology. In 1997 he received his Masters in Physical Therapy from Wichita State University. Over the past 20 years, his primary focus has been centered on the outpatient setting working with postoperative orthopedic patients ranging from ACL reconstruction, total joints, knee arthroscopies, and rotator cuff repairs. Steve has received extensive training in manual therapy for the treatment of common related injuries that occur at home or on the field of play. He is trained in Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTYM) and myofascial release. Steve is also one of the only Physical Therapists in Salina trained in Blood Flow Restriction Therapy through Owens Recovery Science. He enjoys treating patients of all ages who want to reach their maximum potential and has a special interest in the evaluation and treatment of shoulder dysfunction. Steve and his wife Roxie have two grown boys. You’ll often find Steve working in the yard, gardening, golfing or hunting in his free time.
Why did you become a physical therapist?
I was and have always been interested in how the human body works. I love the time in which I get to interact with my patients and really form a relationship with them.
What can patients expect when they see you in the clinic?
I will listen intently, work with and coach them to meet their goals.
When you’re not working, what do you like to do for fun?
Yard work, traveling with my wife, gardening, golfing, camping, boating, and cooking.
What are your favorite ways of staying healthy?
I never sit down - I stay busy all the time.
Where is your hometown?
What is your favorite thing about living in Kansas?
The great, down-to-earth people, there’s not much traffic and the sunrises and sunsets.