Outpatient Rehab

Physical Therapy

Pinecrest Rehabilitation Hospital’s Outpatient Physical Therapy Rehabilitation is committed to providing patients with the highest quality rehabilitation experience possible. Our primary focus is providing each patient with one on one personalized care using individualized programs and skilled clinical techniques.

Our therapists combined experience with a diverse knowledge base, and each is well versed in orthopedic, neurological and gait/balance training. It is our intent to help our patients and their loves ones achieve recovery goals of mobility, function and independence.

Some of the specialty services we offer include:

  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine
  • Scar Release Therapy
  • Lymphatic Restoration

We provide a safe, clean, and welcoming environment for you and your loved ones and pride ourselves on being punctual and respectful of your time. All patients are considered as a whole when they receive therapy at our Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility. Our therapists utilize a manual approach to evaluate and treat with a focus on balancing the body with appropriate exercises and education. This allows the patient to achieve their therapy goals and provides successful outcomes.

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We accept most major insurances and offer competitive self-pay rates. A prescription from a Florida physician is required to schedule for our physical therapy services. 

If your doctor has referred you to a program in our Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, you will be assigned a therapist who will create a recovery plan just for you.

To make an appointment or find out more information about our services, please call 561-495-3066.

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12 Ways to Prevent Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain can interrupt your quality of life, whether it’s a chronic, dull ache or a sharp sudden stab. Taking steps to prevent lower back pain can help you avoid injuries that may take a long time to heal.

Doing these 12 things may help lessen your risk of lower back pain:


1. Stretch before working out.

2. Avoid standing for long periods.

3. Avoid wearing high heels.

4. Look for lower back support when sitting for several hours.

5. Sleep on your side with knees bent.

6. Observe proper posture when lifting objects.

7. If an object is too heavy for you to carry, ask for help.

8. Lose excess weight. It puts a strain on joints and skeletal structure.

9. Don’t stress.

10. Practice yoga or pilates.

11. Stay active, but don’t overdo it.

12. Quit smoking to lower your risk of osteoporosis.

WHEN TO SEE A DOCTOR

If something happens and you have pain that gets worse or doesn’t improve within two to three weeks, book an appointment with your doctor. Other reasons to call your doctor include:


Intense pain that makes it difficult to move

Pain caused by an injury, such as a car accident

Difficulty going to the bathroom

Nausea or vomiting

Fever or chills

Numbness in your groin, rectum, leg or foot

Pain that shoots down your leg below your knee

A doctor may help you manage the pain to get better or provide a treatment plan for ongoing pain.

Your safe care is our #1 priority.

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