Physical Therapists in Alabama - Medicare Status, Address, Contact

3112 Physical Therapists found. Showing 1 - 20
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Theron Locke, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 212 Dothan Rd, Abbeville, AL 36310
Phone: 334-585-2241    
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Henry County Health & Rehabilitation Outpatient
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 210 Dothan Rd, Abbeville, AL 36310
Phone: 334-585-2241    Fax: 334-585-5082
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Barbara White, MPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 210 Dothan Rd, Abbeville, AL 36310
Phone: 334-585-2241    Fax: 334-585-5082
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Mrs. Seth D Smothers, RPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 30510 Highway 278, Addison, AL 35540
Phone: 256-338-6230    
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Addison Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Medicare Enrolled
Practice Location: 30510 Highway 278, Addison, AL 35540
Phone: 256-338-6230    
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Lisa Anne Vogel, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 750 Colonial Promenade Pkwy, Suite 4400, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-1040    Fax: 205-358-1041
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Patrick Ogg, PT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 100 Gilbert Dr, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-259-3991    Fax: 205-621-2212
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Madeline Grace Lee, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 831 1st St N Ste B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-9138    Fax: 205-803-6642
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Shelby Grace Troyer, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 831 1st St N, Suite B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-9138    Fax: 205-358-9139
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Paige Marie Trammell, DPT, OCS, MTC
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 831 1st St N Ste B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-9138    Fax: 205-358-9139
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Morgan Gibson, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 750 Colonial Promenade Pkwy Ste 4400, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-1040    Fax: 205-358-1041
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Encore Rehabilitation, Inc
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 831 1st St N Ste B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-605-9005    Fax: 205-624-8092
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Ipt
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 100 Gilbert Dr, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-259-3991    Fax: 205-621-2212
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Mark A Franks, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 750 Colonial Promenade Pkwy Ste 4400, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-1040    Fax: 205-358-1041
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Glover Physical Therapy Llc
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 140 Warwick Cir, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 334-414-5844    
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Christopher Hedgepeth, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 750 Colonial Promenade Pkwy Ste 4400, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-1040    Fax: 205-358-1041
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Brian Blackwell, PT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Medicare Enrolled
Practice Location: 100 Gilbert Dr, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-259-3991    
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Christina Dortch Kennedy, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 831 1st St N Ste B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-9138    Fax: 205-358-9139
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Logan Hammer, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Medicare Enrolled
Practice Location: 831 1st St N Ste B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-605-9005    Fax: 205-624-8092
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Karen Sue Cross, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist
Medicare: Accepting Medicare Assignments
Practice Location: 831 1st St N Ste B, Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-358-9138    Fax: 205-803-6642

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Physical Therapists: Physical therapists (PTs) are licensed health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. PTs examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. In addition, PTs work with individuals to prevent the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness- and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles. PTs: 1.Diagnose and manage movement dysfunction and enhance physical and functional abilities. 2.Restore, maintain, and promote not only optimal physical function but optimal wellness and fitness and optimal quality of life as it relates to movement and health. 3.Prevent the onset, symptoms, and progression of impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities that may result from diseases, disorders, conditions, or injuries. 4.Treat conditions of the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular, pulmonary, and/or integumentary systems. 5.Address the negative effects attributable to unique personal and environmental factors as they relate to human performance. 6.PTs provide care for people in a variety of settings, including hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, home health agencies, schools, sports and fitness facilities, work settings, and nursing homes. State licensure is required in each state in which a PT practices.


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Doctors and clinicians: Doctors and clinicians include doctors, clinicians and groups who are qualified to practice in many specialties. Each specialty focuses on certain parts of the body, periods of life, conditions, or primary care. The doctors, clinicians, and groups listed here typically work in an office or clinic setting. Also those who currently accept Medicare are included.

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