Direct Access Physical Therapy
Committing to a plan is easier when you have a partner to guide you through it. Whatever your physical therapy goals may be, we’ll be there to cheer you on, rep by rep, step by step. We’re excited to offer you the convenience of direct access physical therapy, meaning you don’t need a physician referral to get treatment. If you’re experiencing any aches, pain, strains or sprains, reach out to our team directly for personalized care. (Most insurances accepted for direct access. Please call to confirm.)
Learn more about direct access through AdventHealth Sports Med and Rehab.
Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab
Working in conjunction with our orthopedic specialists and surgeons, our physical therapists develop an evidence-based exercise plan that’s right for you, both at our facilities and your home. Our physical therapists help you increase mobility, reduce swelling and minimize scar tissue, using combined exercises that can include aquatic-based training, strength equipment and more.
Depending on your needs, we provide inpatient or outpatient rehabilitative care. That means you can recover in our facilities with continuous support. Or you can heal comfortably at home with direct access to your therapy team at one of 18+ convenient outpatient locations.
Advanced Treatment and Support
Within our institute, you’ll find rehabilitation centers that are accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for Comprehensive Rehabilitation. You’ll also have access to the leading-edge AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill, a piece of rehabilitation equipment developed by NASA that relieves pressure on your joints while you exercise and rehabilitate. Some of the facilities in our network are among the few in Central Florida to offer this life-changing device.
Getting back in the swing of life after surgery or injury requires a careful, whole-person approach. Your physical therapy team won’t just guide you through exercises and stretches. We’ll give you the resources and training you need to continue your rehabilitation and build strength on your own.