Palm Coast, FL – The team at Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center invite you to join them for a seminar about the shoulder, as the third part of their “Preserve and Conserve” series.
On Oct. 29 at noon, guests will learn about the anatomy of shoulder, shoulder impingement, torn rotator cuffs, frozen shoulder, shoulder mobility and range of motion. The event – which is open to the public – will take place at their south office located at 84 Pinnacles Dr, Building A, and is free of charge.
“We are excited not only to be able to help our patients recover from injury, but also to educate them on what those injuries are and the ways in which they can prevent them from happening,” said Em Dinopol, owner of Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center. “We have a broad range of patients, from young children to older adults, all of whom seek treatment with us to become healthier. These seminars are a way for us to give the community as a whole more information about their body mechanics so they can be healthier, too.”
Space is limited and attendees call RSVP for the event by calling the office at 386-447-7824.
Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center is a privately owned physical therapy clinic that has proudly served the community since 2001, while providing a compassionate and trusting environment for anyone in need of physical therapy. Their mission is to enhance the overall health and quality of life for each patient by treating them with high quality, personalized physical therapy. They have done this while also establishing a solid and trusting relationship with their referring physicians, ensuring that they stay informed on the patients’ progress.
Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center treats a variety of issues including but not limited to neuropathy, pelvic floor muscle weakness, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, whiplash, headaches, athletic injuries, MVA (motor vehicle accidents), chronic neck and back pain, repetitive strain, overuse injuries, as well as Postural Dysfunction, Diabetic Neuropathy, balance impairments, Plantar Fasciitis, pre and post-operative care, incontinence, and generalized strengthening. They encourage patients not to set limits on what they can do and to schedule an appointment to get evaluated.
Palm Coast Physical Therapy Center now has two convenient Palm Coast locations: their north office at 6 Florida Park Drive N, Suite C, and their south office at 84 Pinnacles Dr., Building A. They can be reached via phone at 386-447-7824, or online at http://www.palmcoastptc.com/