Deb Beyer

Beyer Physical

Therapy LLC

778 W Frontage Road

Suite 112

Northfield, IL 60093

Full life-cycle,

individualized care,

from infancy to centenarians

224.255.6799

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THE WHY OF YPT
 

flexibility, movement, health,

longevity, balance,

confidence, connection, 

pain relief, strength, 

coordination

KEEP

MOVING

rolling, climbing, reaching,

running, walking,

jumping, bending, squatting,

stretching, pushing, 

pulling, turning, lifting,

carrying, healing, playing

thinking

“DEB’S EYE SEES 

WHAT IS POSSIBLE.”

Patients are always

asking each other,


“How does she do it?”

“How did she figure that out?”

 

But Deb doesn’t like to

talk about her techniques.

She prefers to let

her work speak for itself.

So we asked her patients

for their feedback:

 

“Deb has trained her eye

to see what is often

invisible to others. 

She uncovers the hidden.

She seeks the connection.”

 

“She treats the whole person. 

 She’s a transformer.”

 

Deb Beyer, PT

Deb is a graduate of

University of Wisconsin,

La Crosse, 

and holds a Bachelors of

Science in

Physical Therapy.

 

Integrative

Manual Therapy

(CSIMT)

CT School of

Integrative Manual Therapy

 

Fellowship in Applied 

Functional Science

(GIFT) Gray Institute

 

Golf

Performance Specialist

Gray Institute

 

Strength and

Conditioning Specialist

(NSCA)

National Strength and

Conditioning Association

 

Functional

Manual Reaction

Gray Institute

New patients,

to make your first

appointment and receive

your intake form,

please call our office.

224. 255. 6799

db@beyerpt.com

www.beyerpt.com

In my work,

as in the Burmese game

of Chinlone, 

the main thing is

encouraging 

the success of others.”

—Deb Beyer

 

Chinlone 

In Burma (Myanmar)

there is a sport devoted

to encouraging 

the success of others.

Chinlone, a rare,

non-competitive sport

is a combination of 

dance and athleticism.

A team sport

with no opposing team.

Its focus is not on 

winning or losing, but on

how beautifully

one plays the game.

Men and women, 

from young children to adults

well into their 80s

play Chinlone together,

often on the same team.

 

To learn more about

this rare sport,


please click

“The Mystic Ball,”

for a film on Chinlone.

The Wise of YPT: