Fast Acting Pain Relief With Long Lasting Results

Physio Physical Therapy In Asheville

Physical Therapy in Asheville is not the same everywhere you go! We are the experts in gentle pain and injury solutions. Our progressive techniques are sure to produce the results that you desire with your pain relief. As a patient, you will undergo a complete physical exam, one on one with a skilled therapist who will listen, understand, and be quick in determining your needs. Even if you have tried other treatments and therapies in the past, we offer programs that are right for you, and are proven to be the MOST effective for people suffering from:


Benefits of Our Programs:

1. Reduced pain
2. Start seeing immediate results
3. Learn how to avoid future problems
4. Live life more enjoyably
5. Return to a more active lifestyle
6. Sleep better
7. Increased flexibility & movement
8. Improved core stability

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Physical Therapy in Asheville:  Beware of the following  Top 3 physical therapy traps to avoid.

1) Not enough “hands-on” care.
If treatments consist mainly of ultrasound, heat/ice, exercise (mainly), electrical stimulation or other passive treatments, the results will be temporary and short-lived.  People with arthritis, injuries, and chronic pain need someone with skilled training to put their hands on them and restore balance, relief and harmony.  That’s what the team at PHYSIO does.  We are the best physical therapists in Asheville and our patient’s love the fast results and affordable care.  Physical therapy in Asheville is not the same anywhere else.

2) Not seeing results immediately.
You should see pain relief and results right away. Most physical therapists are not trained on fast-acting techniques so patients have to wait for relief and results.  If they are good, you should see results immediately.  Physical therapy isn’t just rehabilitation but fast pain relief.  The treatments offered by PHYSIO Physical Therapy have been reported as being “revolutionary”, fast-acting, and affordable.  Patients say they love it.

3) Not encouraged to improve on your own.
Most physical therapy businesses are exactly that, a business. They don’t want patients to get better TOO fast.  They won’t make money if patients don’t ‘need’ them anymore.  As a result, many physical therapy clinics do not empower the patient. They don’t give patients the tips and tools or education to get better faster on their own.  PHYSIO does.  Our belief is that if we get you better faster, then our patients will tell their family and friends about their great experiences and will help us grow.

What AILMENTS does PHYSIO Physical Therapy specialize in treating?
-Arthritis -Carpal Tunnel -Fibromyalgia -Fractures -Tendonitis/Bursitis -Sciatica -Vertigo
-Low Back -Neck -Knee -Shoulder -Wrist/Hand -Ankle/Foot -Headaches   and more…
PHYSIO Physical Therapy treat most all ailments related to muscle, joint, nerve or tendon.  They are the physical therapy experts that bring relief, restoration, rehabilitation, and recovery.  Learn more by clicking on one of the links below.

Why physical therapy at PHYSIO versus a chiropractor?
The first reason is because PHYSIO goes to the root of your problem and not just merely treat the symptoms. We don’t expect you to come to us for 5-10 years.  Most patients get better within 6 to 8 visits.  We use muscle energy, posture balancing, along with joint mobilization, and hands-on soft-tissue techniques to bring about fast healing.  You will notice the difference.

Why PHYSIO Physical Therapy versus medicine/drugs?
No side-effects period.  All our solutions and treatments are natural, drug and side-effect free.  They get to the root of your problem, NOT merely treat the symptoms.  Patients boast about how great they feel after each and every treatment.  That’s why our patients love us and come to us only.  They believe in building relationships that will last a lifetime.


Physical Therapy In Asheville

Revolutionary pain relief treatments that work immediately are available only at Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness Asheville. You will love that it is gentle and very affordable, whether you have insurance or not.

Physical Therapy in Asheville is not the same at every clinic. Our Physio team is caring, compassionate and we are the best at what we do. The programs being offered here by our licensed therapists range from pain relief and post operative rehab, to weight loss programs and laser therapy. If you are looking for fast pain relief or to improve the quality of your life, we guarantee you will find the best physical therapists Asheville has to offer at our facility.  Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness has been voted the Best Physical Therapy Clinic in Western North Carolina Two years in a row by the Mountain Xpress Readers poll.  Not only do we offer a great experience for all of our clients, we have Fast Acting Results!  We’re Different….Come See Why!

Some of the reasons Physio Physical Therapy Asheville is unlike any other lies in our caring staff and revolutionary pain relief procedures. We truly are the experts in relieving pain and improving the quality of life for our patients. Call today and get a free screening to determine if we are the right place for you.



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Ailments We Specialize In

Arthritis - Low back pain - Sciatica - Carpal Tunnel - Sprain/Strains - Headaches - Migraines - Shoulder Injuries - Knee pain - Osteoarthritis - Fractures - and more...

Voted Best Physical Therapy Clinic Two Years Running!

“Chris was very nice to me and helped me overcome my fear of walking.” - J.C.