What does a Physical Therapist do?
Physical therapists (PTs) are movement experts who play a crucial role in helping people restore their ability to move and function after injury, illness, or surgery. They also work with individuals to prevent future problems and maintain optimal physical health.
At Pro Vita, our skilled physical therapists are dedicated to helping you move better, feel better, and live better. Through personalized treatment plans and a combination of hands-on therapy and targeted exercises, we address the root cause of your movement limitations. Whether you’re recovering from surgery, managing chronic pain, or simply looking to optimize your physical well-being, physical therapy offers a multitude of benefits. Reduce pain and inflammation, improve flexibility and mobility, build strength and endurance, enhance balance and coordination, and expedite recovery from injury or surgery – these are just a few of the ways physical therapy can empower you to live a fuller, more active life.
Research shows muscle loss and nerve changes can start within 24 hours. Starting physical therapy early helps prevent these issues before they begin, minimizing muscle loss and ensuring your nervous system keeps talking to your muscles. That means less damage to heal, faster recovery, and getting back to the activities you love quicker. 
Most patients will see their physical therapist for several visits. Just how many visits depends on the individual’s needs and progress, and the numbers can vary. Six to 12 visits can be enough to cover most diagnoses, but even one to two can get people going in the right way.

We treat a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Musculoskeletal issues like back pain, sports injuries, and arthritis.
  • Neurological conditions like stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and balance disorders.
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation for faster recovery.
  • And more! Ask us about your specific needs.

Florida is a direct access state, meaning you can see a physical therapist without a physician referral for the first 30 days of treatment. This is great news for those who want to address their concerns quickly and conveniently.

Alabama is a limited access jurisdiction. Contact our office.

*Insurances can vary, contact our office. 

Expect a thorough evaluation, discussing your concerns, medical history, and goals. We’ll perform tests to assess your movement and create a personalized plan.

We accept all major insurances. Contact us for details.

No problem! We offer different packages to fit your needs! Contact us for details.