Physical Therapy Fort Wayne, IN

Indiana Physical Therapy – Quimby Village

1726 Bluffton Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46809
Phone: (260) 478-5230
Fax: (260) 478-5235
Open Monday-Thursday: 7AM-7PM, Friday: 7AM-6PM

Welcome to our Indiana Physical Therapy Quimby Village clinic, located at 1726 Bluffton Rd in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Led by IPT owner Dave Kuhn, our clinic offers professional physical therapy services including orthopedic and sports injury rehabilitation, manual therapy, pelvic health services, pediatric services, and more.

At IPT, we prioritize personalized care, recognizing the unique journey to recovery for each individual. Our Quimby Village team closely collaborates with patients, creating tailored treatment plans to address their specific goals and challenges. With evidence-based techniques, state-of-the-art equipment, and advanced therapies, we optimize healing, restore function, and promote overall well-being.

Experience the difference of Indiana Physical Therapy. Schedule an appointment today and take the first step towards a healthier, more active life.

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PT, ATC, Owner


When Dave Kuhn and Andy Vogel graduated from Indiana Central (now University of Indianapolis) as both athletic trainers and physical therapists, they saw a need for sports medicine in Northern Indiana. At the time, 1986, there was only one athletic trainer and one sports medicine physician in Allen County. Given that both Dave and Andy played high school and college athletics (Homestead and Roncalli, respectively) and college sports (Andy played baseball and basketball, Dave was a tight end for the football team), their natural skills and abilities led them in the direction of becoming a physical therapy provider with a focus on sports medicine.

August 8, 1988, Indiana Physical Therapy was founded at the original location in Bluffton, IN with Dave and Andy working as PTs and ATCs for a total of nine local high schools in their communities. This set the corporate standard for the IPT community involvement. We now take part in in every town and city we are located.




I became a Physical Therapist in order to get the patient back to THEIR goals in function and life.

Outside of work, I enjoy playing with my children, walking my dog, and reading.




In high school and college, I had an interest in healthcare as well as sports and fitness. I found the perfect blend in PT to impact a patient’s quality of life, and to continue to improve their abilities to engage in their hobbies, interests, and time with family and friends.

The best part of my job is witnessing a patient’s first time able to complete a task for the first time after injury or achieving a goal he or she’s been working toward.

Fun fact about me, I have 2 adorable Boxers named Zoe and Tito who can catch a frisbee.




I became a physical therapist because I dealt with a variety of injuries growing up and wanted to help others return to the activities they enjoyed.

My favorite part of this job is seeing my patients return to the activities that were once bothersome or debilitating and to see the look on his/her face when she has returned to their prior level.

Fun fact about me, I once was in a ridiculousness video on MTV.




I experienced many injuries as an athlete growing up, and loved the profession as a patient and wanted to become a part of it.

The best part of my job is meeting so many new people and being able to be a part of their road to recovery.

Fun fact about me, I played college football during my studies at USF. I also can solve a Rubik’s cube in less than a minute!