Physical Therapy Fort Wayne, IN

Indiana Physical Therapy – Clinton Mayhew

10088 N Clinton St
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Phone: (260) 490-4800
Fax: (260) 497-8399
Open Monday-Thursday: 7AM-7PM, Friday: 7AM-6PM

Welcome to our Indiana Physical Therapy Clinton Mayhew clinic, conveniently located at 10088 N Clinton St in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Led by senior therapist Terra Williams, our clinic offers professional physical therapy services including orthopedic and sports injury rehabilitation, manual therapy, lymphedema services, vestibular services, and more.

Our Clinton Mayhew clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and advanced therapies to optimize healing, restore function, and promote overall well-being. Our evidence-based techniques, combined with individualized care, ensure that you receive the highest quality of treatment.

Schedule an appointment with our Clinton Mayhew clinic today and experience the difference of Indiana Physical Therapy. Let our expert team guide you towards improved mobility, pain relief, and a higher quality of life.

Clinton Mayhew



PT, DPT, COMT, Sr. Therapist


I became a Physical Therapist because I wanted to help people recognize the benefits of staying active and exercising in order to live a longer, healthier life.

My favorite part of this job is seeing people realize the benefits of exercising and getting back to doing things they enjoy.

Interesting fact about me, I played Division 1 baseball at Valpo and was once teammates for a summer with a current Chicago White Sox shortstop and 2019 AL Batting Campion, Tim Anderson.




I became a Physical Therapist because I have always been interested in helping people improve their physical, emotional, and mental selves. I also had a significant ankle injury (sports related) when I was younger and I found the physical therapy not only helpful, but very interesting.

The best part of my job is seeing the progress/overall improvement in patients and helping be part of getting them back to their lives and things they enjoy.

Interesting fact about me, I played collegiate volleyball at the University of Missouri. I have coached HS volleyball for 10 years and for 4 years coached AAU/JVA club volleyball.




I became a PT because I had an interest in how the body works and moves as well as educating people about how to rehab and take care of their bodies. I knew some friends who went through PT and thought that was the perfect “marriage” of those two interests and every time I would go and observe, I just fell in love even more.

The best part of my job is watching my patients progress from a low level of function to a higher level of functioning and improve their quality of life significantly! And then along the way, I enjoy getting to know my patients personally and learning about their hobbies and interests.

Some interesting facts about me, I have 3 young kids who I love to be active and get creative with! I love to recreationally work out as well! My husband and I like to travel a few times per year throughout the year and then spend quality time at our lake house in NE Indiana during the weekends for the majority of the year!




I became a PTA because I went through an injury in high school that required surgery and physical therapy. During that time, I learned how much therapists could impact the lives of their patients.

My favorite part of this job is hearing/ seeing the improvements patients have made to return back to their activities.

Outside of work, I enjoy gardening and preserving food with my husband. I love to bake and cook for my family. I also enjoy running, hiking, fishing, and going to church with my family.




I became a PTA after having to go through PT myself from sports injuries and finding an interest in it.

The best part of my job is seeing the joy and excitement in people when they reach their goals.

Fun fact about me, I have a five month old daughter and two golden retrievers.


PT, ATC, Owner


Dave inspired me to follow in his footsteps when he came to my HS to speak about PT and ATC to my Anatomy/ Physiology class. He was wearing sweats and a baseball hat, and I thought, “that would be awesome to wear sweats to work.” So I became a Physical Therapist!

The best part of my job is patient interaction and seeing someone get back to the things they like to do.

Fun fact about me, I “ROCKED” a mullet back in HS and College.