Our mission at Physiocare Physical Therapy is to quickly get YOU back to all of the activities YOU enjoy, not just everyday living.
Our physical therapists are licensed, trained, and qualified to provide you with a program of physical therapy that will help relieve the conditions causing physical limitations. We are an independent physical therapy clinic, which means that we are physical-therapist-owned and operated.
At Physiocare, we provide physical therapy services, ergonomics consulting, and workplace injury prevention services. In northern Palm Beach County, we are one of only two physical therapy clinics to offer Anodyne Therapy for the treatment of neuropathy.
At Physiocare, we have patient rooms to ensure the utmost in privacy. Treatment is never administered in an “open area.” Our equipment is state-of-the-art and the atmosphere is relaxed. These are some of the many ways that we provide superior service and meet the needs of our patients. Appointments can be scheduled at times most convenient for you. Because we are a direct access facility, neither a prescription nor a doctor referral is required for us to begin providing you with the best in physical therapy treatments.
Our expert professionals provide compassionate care and use innovative techniques to help patients age 10 and up to exceed their previous levels of function and reach their goals as quickly as possible.
On your initial visit, we begin by listening to you and understanding your needs. We identify the root cause of your problem and provide a long-term solution. We are dedicated to providing results-focused treatments to minimize unnecessary cost to our patients.
Among the conditions we treat in the NECK AND BACK are: Bulging discs, sciatica, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, spondylosis, radiculopathy, migraines, herniated discs, post-surgical, and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
In the SHOULDER, ELBOW, WRIST, AND HAND, we treat the following and more: Carpal tunnel syndrome, joint replacement, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, instability, bursitis, labral tears, impingement, post-surgical, SLAP tears, adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, thoracic outlet syndrome, and brachial plexus injuries.