Johns Creek is home to 82,000 residents and is the ninth largest Georgia city. Our PT Solutions clinic falls right in the heart of it all. Our Johns Creek location is close to the corner of Highway 141 and Mathis Airport Parkway, near Brookwood Marketplace. We’re in the same building with Peachtree Immediate Care on the second floor.
Our Johns Creek clinic is proud to partner with the nearby country club, St. Ives, treating their tennis players. We also see local gymnasts and dancers who frequently suffer from lower quarter injuries.
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I trust them with all my rehab needs. I don’t hesitate calling them when I have an issue or any of my friends are in need of their services.
Physical therapy has been an integral part of my life, keeping me healthy while playing on the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour. These guys have helped me stay competitive for the past 15 years, enabling me to live my dream.
Physical Therapy Services In Johns Creek GA
This location offers a variety of physical therapy services for our patients—from concussion care to dry needling. We look forward to serving you in our Johns Creek office!
An evidence-based solution, physical therapy was designed to reestablish mobility, recover functional independence, and inform patients on how to manage their conditions. We want our patients to be in control of their health by achieving long-term goals. As a PT Solutions patient, you’ll receive the most current education and treatment to improve your physical challenges.
Manual therapy is a hands-on approach (literally) to healing injuries and conditions. Manual therapy does not use a device or machine, but rather the therapist’s hands to apply pressure to muscle tissue and joints. This approach is great for acute and chronic back pain, where joints lack mobility and range of motion.
Pediatric Physical Therapy: Orthopedic Care
Physical therapy may sound scary to children, but at PT Solutions, we make them feel right at home. From developmental delays to sports injuries, we are dedicated to making your child’s therapy experience not only fun, but also rewarding.
If you’ve ever had a hand or wrist injury, you know how inconvenient daily tasks suddenly become. Such an injury can even inhibit you from work. Our therapists frequently treat arthritis, sprains, strains, and carpal tunnel.
A concussion is considered a traumatic brain injury that, if left untreated, can result in long-term damage to brain tissue and a chemical imbalance. Its short- and long-term side effects include physical, cognitive, and behavioral changes. Physical therapy at PT Solutions can help concussion patients restore strength and endurance while reducing dizziness and headaches.
Vestibular therapy specifically helps with patients who suffer from inner ear disorders, like vertigo. A disconnect between the inner ear and eyes causes patients to feel dizzy and off balance. Vestibular therapy starts with a complete evaluation, and results in a care plan specific to a patient’s diagnosis. The goal is to help patients redeem balance and decrease dizziness.
Dry needling is popular for patients who suffer from musculoskeletal issues and diseases. This type of therapy is most commonly used to treat trauma, back pain, and arthritis. After a physical assessment, a physical therapist will compare these results to your progress until therapy is completed.
Running analysis lets physical therapists evaluate and diagnose a patient’s gait, the way a person walks and runs. The results of the analysis inform the treatment plan that will help the patient reach mobility goals. Car accident victims, athletes, and anyone with a central nervous system ailment can benefit from gait analysis.
Every athlete wants to be faster and stronger. That’s why we provide endurance programs to help them reach their athletic goals. A specialist will create a personalized workout plan targeted for reaching the athlete’s goals. Athletes will also be trained on how to reduce the likelihood for injury.