Synergy Therapeutic Group operates two therapist-owned, independent outpatient clinics in Southern Illinois providing highly specialized evidence-based physical therapy in Carbondale and Du Quoin to patients of all ages. We work to specialize in non-surgical, non-invasive, drug-free treatment of musculoskelatal conditions. We have achieved an enviable reputation for the success of our therapies, especially in chronic pain situations like fibromyalgia.
Synergy is a scientific term referring to the reality of independent elements becoming more powerful together than when they operate alone, reflects our philosophy of care. We promote Synergy among the patients, the therapist and the referring physician.
We get results faster! In many cases patients see significant pain relief after one visit!
Pain Free, Advanced Techniques
We Produce Real Results!
One on One Treatment
We treat the cause not the Symptoms
Predictable Improements With Solid Treatment Plan
Evidence Based Practice
Subrat Bahinipati, Physical Therapist, has more than 27 years of experience in traditional and non-traditional physical therapy. Subrat developed a passion for treating chronic pain in all patients, but especially women suffering from fibromyalgia syndrome (visit www.CureFMS.com for more details). The success of Synergy Therapeutic Group comes directly from our dedication to achieve real, meaningful outcomes for the patients.
A specialist with a wide-ranging skillset for dealing with both children and adults in her practice, Chandana Dash, co-owner of Synergy Therapeutic Group, began her studies with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1987. In 1992 she graduated from the Occupational Therapy program from the National Institute for Orthopedically Handicapped in Calcutta, India. Since then, her special interest has been in pediatrics.
Between 1992 and 1995 she worked in an open learning system, a branch of the Spastic Society of Eastern India, where she did ground-breaking research work and helped develop many programs with special impact on sensory integration.
In 1995 she came to the United States and settled in Southern Illinois in 2003. She now has evaluator credentials and served the pediatric population in the Illinois Early Intervention Program. As a mother of two children, she has a great capacity and empathy to connect with children and their parents.
She also sees in her practice adults with pain conditions and vestibular issues. Besides being a member of her professional association, she is affiliated with multiple professional associations like the Vestibular Disorder Association (VEDA). When she is not working she likes to travel with her family to different places in the United States and internationally.