Bringing Parkinson’s Expertise to Cincinnati


With April being Parkinson’s Awareness Month, we’d like to introduce, straight from Tampa, Florida, the newest member of our Beyond Limits Rehabilitation Team, Sami Sivén, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, COMT!

Sami graduated from the University of Central Florida with Bachelor of Science degrees in both Molecular Biology and Microbiology as well as Health Sciences, and graduated as an Honors Scholar from the University of Miami as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He has specialized in outpatient rehabilitation, developing expertise in both orthopaedic and neurological disorders, with a focus on management of clients with Parkinson’s disease, vestibular and balance disorders, as well as concussions. Throughout his practice, Sami has developed specialty programming for people living with Parkinson’s disease. He has presented at events and support groups for people with Parkinson’s Disease in order to educate people on the huge impact that exercise along with health and wellness can have on managing the disease. To better serve his clients, Sami is both PWR!Moves and LSVT-BIG certified; “I saw a clear need for a more informed approach, and after specialty training I saw tremendous results in my patients! It wasn’t just about treating a patient, but about working together to find a path to success long term, Sami shares. “The comprehensive treatment that we will be able to provide at Beyond Limits is crucial to proper management of the global effects of Parkinson’s disease.”

Beyond Parkinson’s Disease, Sami is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist which speaks to his expertise in musculoskeletal injury and sports medicine. He has a passion for ACL reconstruction rehabilitation and return to sport testing as well as injured runner rehabilitation and running analysis. Sami’s primary goal is to teach his patients the skills they need to take care of themselves, or as we say here at Beyond Limits Rehabilitation, “Empower the Possible”!

Welcome to the Team, Sami!