AXXess Physical TherapyOcala, FL
AXXess Physical Therapy in Ocala, FL is Staffed with Doctors and Chiropractors who are Experienced in Injury Treatment and Rehabilitation.
AXXess Therapy Group was created for the management of Motor Accident and workman’s Comp patients. We are here to provide optimum, excellent care to the community and rehabilitate them as quickly as possible to health. We accomplish this through Physical Therapy modalities, appropriate imaging studies when indicated, and proper referrals to orthopedic and neurosurgical consultations and therapy when necessary. Returning patients to good health is our goal and priority.
About AXXess Physical Therapy
An auto accident or job-related injury is not your fault. Injuries can be disabling, interfering with your job, home life, and daily routines. It is important to get back to work as soon as possible to avoid the financial catastrophes that may accompany a loss of work. AXXess is here to help those patients whose lives have been interrupted by an accident or Workman’s Compensation injury. We initially evaluate and develop a plan to get you on your feet as quickly as possible.
We treat all types of injuries and perform thorough evaluations, X-Rays, and Physical Therapy that includes neuromuscular Intervention, massage, Ultrasound, TENS, specific exercises, Traction, and much more. We have an in-house Chiropractor and consultant that can perform manipulations to assist in your recovery. AXXess is able to perform Intra-Articular and Trigger point injections to speed up your way to health and alleviate your pain.
When required, we can order CT scans, MRI’s, EMG’s and any diagnostics required. We do Spine, Neurosurgical, neurological and Orthopedic referrals as needed to competent Board Certified physicians. In addition, we have an in-house pharmacy to help with your care as well. Consider AXXess as your path to recovery.
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