Physical therapy uses specialized, therapeutic exercise to help you regain as much movement and function as possible following an illness or injury. At CoxHealth, we offer outpatient physical therapy in locations across the region, so you can receive the treatment you need, close to home.

We treat patients of all ages who are recovering from stroke, traumatic head and spinal cord injuries, joint replacements, back and neck problems, fractures and more.

All services may not be available at all locations. Please call for more information.

Rehabilitation Services


  • Post-injury treatment and rehabilitation 
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation 
  • Gait training 
  • Amputee and prosthetic training 
  • Foot evaluation / Orthotics
  • TMJ dysfunction treatment 
  • Pain management 
  • Comprehensive hand therapy




  • Work conditioning/functional restoration 
  • Functional capacity evaluations 
  • Ergonomic evaluations


  • Pre-surgical treatment, exercise instruction and counseling 
  • Therapeutic strengthening and endurance exercises 
  • Home exercise program instruction 
  • Warm Water Aquatic Therapy Program


At CoxHealth, we also offer specialized equipment and supplies, including: Pro Balance Master, unloading systems (Lite Gait, Loko, Newton Speed Trainer), isokinetic testing, the Graston technique, UVA and UVB phototherapy, ATM2 (Active Therapeutic Movement), and Anodyne infrared therapy. We also offer custom and over-the-counter splints, braces and equipment for your hand, ankle, knee, shoulder, elbow and spine.

Case Manager 

We know that sometimes it can be challenging to attend your therapy sessions. Our case manager is here to help address your concerns. We can help with referrals to community resources, transportation services and financial counseling, or help you access funding assistance for items or services that aren’t covered by your insurance plan. We can also meet with you and your family to address barriers to your care; establish support systems; discuss your return to home, school or work; and hold conferences to talk about your goals, progress, and any questions or concerns about your rehabilitation. 


Physical therapy services require a physician referral.

Sports Medicine/Athletic Trainer treatments require a physician referral. However, sports injury evaluations may be initiated by self-referral or by a coach, family member, physician or other allied health care professional. 

Fax referrals to the appropriate location.