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Athens GA Physical Therapy

Athens GA Physical Therapy Clinic

Our primary goal at Athens Physical Therapy is to accurately diagnose your condition, educate you about the diagnosis, effectively treat your condition, and equip you to manage your condition after discharge.  We also offer a wellness program to help you maintain and grow your results.  Our agenda is to get you back to your normal way of life and offer the opportunity to enhance it.

Over the years, Athens Physical Therapy has established a reputation of clinical excellence for the treatment of back and neck pain in the region of Athens and Lavonia, Georgia.  Originally developed as the Physicians Neck and Back Clinic, we have a unique treatment perspective with exercise equipment that provides a distinctive therapy experience.  With your previous medical history and films in mind, we develop a strategic plan of care to get you back to the activities of daily living and recreation that you enjoy.

While we specialize in spine care and treatment, our clinicians have years of experience in the treatment of orthopedic conditions involving upper and lower extremity diagnosis as well.

Our large gymnasium, private evaluation rooms, and increased interaction time with our professional clinicians, sets us apart from other clinics in the region.  We look forward to working with and helping you get more out of life.

Do I really need therapy?

YYes, if you want to get over your current problem, as well as prevent or limit further issues with your condition.

Although 85% of patients with acute back and neck pain can improve with time and conservative treatment, many have limited function and prolonged or recurrent pain. This results in reduced function and altered spine mechanics. Certain muscles weaken (atrophy) and others become overused. This imbalance results in more strain upon the already compromised back, neck and joints creating a vicious cycle that must be stopped in order to restore normal function.   (Read More)

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