100 Allawood Court, Suite. 110.

Simpsonville SC, 29681

Phone: (864) 525-2654

Fax: (864) 757-8811

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August 15, 2019

It does not matter how attractive you may be, if you walk into a room with a flexed and  slumped posture you will not be looking too good! Not mention, you will likely have back pain!  Poor posture leads to stressed muscles and ligaments so as a result, poor posture an...

Summer!  That wonderful time of the year where the weather is HOT and we love to gather by the swimming pool!  So while you are socializing with friends and family, it is the perfect opportunity to use the pool to include some cross training in your fitness routine, es...

November 5, 2018

GroupHab Member Reassessments- Stay Well with your PT

GroupHab will be offering reassessments for its members on every Wednesday through the month of November. Appointment times will run alternatively from week to week in the mornings and afternoons. Sign up sheets are...

August 31, 2018

Osteoarthritis affects nearly 630 million people worldwide. Studies show that options like surgery are not the best treatment for OA, and that exercise has been shown to have the most beneficial results. Learn more by clicking the link below.


August 10, 2018

Americans spend more than $87 billion each year on low back and neck pain treatment, according to a study in the Journal of American Medical Association. To prevent that figure from rising further, we must find ways to prevent the high rate of back pain incidences from...

August 7, 2018

Harvard University has released a study suggesting that men and women with higher hip to waist ratios are at greater risk of a heart attack. Exercise and diet are two crucial keys in combating this problem. Learn more by clicking the link below.

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