Physical Therapy

Treatment starts after a thorough physical therapy assessment to determine an appropriate program for the diagnosis and current physical findings. The majority of insurance carriers require a written prescription from the referring or primary care practitioner according to the patient’s policy requirements.


At CPARM the patient and the physical therapist review progress at each appointment in order to make necessary advancements to treatment and home programs. The physical therapist sends an initial assessment report with a treatment plan to the patient’s referring doctor and follows with progress notes to keep the doctor apprised of the patient’s improvement.

Center for Pain and Rehab Medicine

All of the physical therapists at CPARM are licensed by the state of Georgia and qualified to treat orthopedic dysfunction and pain. Orthopedic problems include those of the joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments throughout the body.

What can CPARM Physical Therapy Services do for you?

  • Reduce your pain
  • Help you return to an active lifestyle after surgery or an injury illness
  • Provide expert care in a friendly and comfortable setting
  • Coordinate your care with your physicial
We Treat People With

  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Acute Injuries
  • Shoulder and Knee Pain
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Chronic Pain
  • Postural Dysfunction
  • Balance Impairments
  • Abnormal Gait Patterns
  • Headaches
  • TMJ
  • Fibromyalgia
Resulting From

  • Work
  • Sports
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Aging & life stress
  • Pregnancy & delivery
  • Surgeries


The following are some treatment options:

  • Ultrasound
  • TENS/Electrical Stim
  • Manual Mobilizations
  • Strenghtening/Weight Training
  • Individualized Exercise Programs
  • Self-Management Strategies
  • Home Exercise Program

Occupational Therapy

Center for Pain and Rehab Medicine 


What can CPARM Occupational Therapy Services do for you?

  • Help you return to a more independent lifestyle after surgery or illness
  • Regain the use of your arms and hands after surgery or illness
  • Teach you how to adapt to your new levels of abilitiy

Speech Language Pathologist

What can CPARM Speech Therapy Services do for you?

  • Help with swallowing problems
  • Work on memory, thinking or reasoning problems
  • Teach new ways to speak after throat surgery
  • Help with communication problems after a stroke