Mr. Charles Johnson has experienced pain in his right knee like none-other! This pain started in college when he injured his knee during a pick-up game of touch football. After the injury, he underwent reconstructive knee surgery. Over the years, arthritis “set-in” but he continued to live with the pain. Most recently, Mr. Johnson went
What happens to a patient after he or she has had total knee replacement surgery? They must choose a physical therapy practice and begin the process of recovery. Tony Phillips chose Atlanta Human Performance Center for his physical therapy needs. Please watch as he shares his experience in our “Road to Recovery” series. Mr. Phillips
It’s 6-year old Nevaeh B.’s last day of physical therapy at Atlanta Human Performance Center – she and her mom share a heartfelt message regarding their experience with our doctors of physical therapy.
I became a patient at AHPC due to plantar fasciitis and some balance issues. On my first day of arrival I was greeted in a very courteous and professional manner by all the staff. The entire staff appeared to get better every day. I always felt at ease in the office.
When I first came in to AHPC my pain was 9-10 on the pain scale. I am feeling so much better; my pain is 1-2! The staff is very helpful, professional, friendly and kind.
Dr. Evans and his staff were very knowledgeable and professional. After 24 treatments, I have no restless leg syndrome, no pain or tingling in my arms and fingers, I am sleeping at night.
GREAT! I am a living, walking testimony! AHPC’s physical therapy has done wonders for me. After having bilateral hip surgery (replacement) and months of physical therapy, I can now run, walk, play, garden, and most all activities at home or way.
I’m in better physical health than I was when I came two and a half months ago. I can contribute this to AHPC and my physical therapist.