At Ramsey Therapy Group, we love what we do. We are compassionate. We help. We heal. Through our work, we make life better.
Established in 2010, Ramsey Therapy Group started with one child in Roland, Oklahoma. As a speech-language pathologist from the Tulsa area, Erin Ramsey found herself unexpectedly living in the Roland area and was shocked at the lack of services available to local children. After spending a year working in a local school system, Erin attempted to refer several of her children for summer-based services and found speech therapy outside the school did not exist. The one clinic in the area was in Arkansas and had a waiting list of a year. What began as a summer project to help service these children blossomed into a full-time caseload and has continued to grow. At Ramsey Therapy we strive to provide therapy services to rural communities often lacking in these services. After 10 years we are proud to offer physical, occupational and speech therapy to many communities throughout Eastern Oklahoma. With 5 clinics in Oklahoma, we aim to provide therapy to children and adults in our community. Each clinic is unique and strives to meet the needs of that individual community.
All ages from birth on up.
We accept all major insurances including Medicare and Medicaid (SoonerCare)
Contact our office at 918.681.755 and our staff will walk you through the process. You will be required to obtain an order from your primary care physician prior to any visit in our clinic.
We treat a wide range of disorders such as Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Sensory Processing Disorder, Feeding Disorders, Articulation and Language delays. Adults: Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Gait Abnormalities, Swallowing Disorders.
Fees are dependent upon your insurance plan. We do offer a reduced private pay rate for therapy services not covered by commercial insurance plans.
At Ramsey Therapy Group we strive to provide quality therapy services to our rural communities. Transportation and travel time often limits the opportunity to access therapy and we hope by providing our rural communities with local clinics and teletherapy services we can offer therapy where is has previously been lacking.