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​​​​Rehabilitation

Floyd rehabilitation offers a comprehensive range of both inpatient and outpatient therapy and rehabilitation services. We combine medical expertise with advanced technology that is unique in our area. These services are delivered by a team of dedicated professionals in a friendly, supportive atmosphere.​

​ The Region's Leader in Rehabilitation

Not only have we invested in state-of-the-art equipment, but we have attracted highly qualified therapists to our team. Our therapists and their dedication to helping patients achieve the best possible results truly sets Floyd rehabilitation apart. We have the skill, experience and comprehensive care you need, all provided by a team that feels like family.

​One Call for Appointments and Referrals

For more information about our services, call 706.509.3400 with any questions. Physician referrals are required for physical therapy and rehabilitation services. We can assist you in getting this referral. 

Services

Treating patients of all ages, our comprehensive programs targeted to specific physical conditions, illnesses and injuries. Learn More

Improve Your Running

We integrate the skills and knowledge of our expert physical therapist with high speed video to provide an in-depth analysis to help you prevent or continue to recover from injury. ​Let our comprehensive analysis of your biomechanics​ help you identify your strengths and weakness, 

Running After a Paralyzing Stroke 

A stroke left Larry Broome unable to walk. After a month long hospital stay, he begin outpatient physical therapy. Floyd therapist worked with Larry for the next 16 months helping him not only gain the use legs again but help him become strong enough to run.​


Bradley Moon Has Nothing But Love for Floyd ATC

After an ankle injury took Shorter football player Bradley Moon out the game, he found hope with the Floyd ATC. The Floyd Athletic Trainer dedicated to the Shorter Hawks help rehabilitate Bradley and put him back in the game.