Welcome to
Physical Therapy Services

Are you looking for a therapist that will listen to you, spend time with you, that is still dedicated to patients, and and has a friendly staff that really cares about you?

Did you know that not all physical therapy practices are the same? At Physical Therapy Services here in Jacksonville, Penemarie Murphy, PT, and owner has been treating patients for almost 30 years. She specializes in the treatment of:

  • Orthopedic Care for Seniors
  • Neurological Disorders - Stroke, Chronic Pain, Parkinson's Disease, MS, many more
  • Baby Boomers and Adolescents
  • Education and Body Mechanics Training for Prevention of Future Injury

Why Choose Us Over the Big Corporate Clinics

  • Small boutique practice where you are family.
  • Whole body approach to therapy - we know how to fit rehab into your lifestyle and how to fit exercises into your daily routine.
  • It's your therapy, so we tailor your rehab to your specific goals and fit specific exercises into your daily routines so you can achieve your therapy goals.
  • Waiting time 0-10 minutes; usually able to be seen within 24 hrs of first call.
  • Private treatment rooms and open gym settings.
  • Staff longevity, greater than 15 years, same therapists.
  • Accessible, unlimited parking.
  • Payments by most insurance plans, credit cards accepted. Self pay rates available.
  • Evening hours 3 nights/week.
  • We accept private pay patients in their residents or skilled nursing/assisted living or independent living facility.
You can come straight to us!
See A Physical Therapist First.

You may not need the physician referral mandated by state law to begin the evaluation and treatment of your condition.

We have expertise in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients suffering from Parkinson's, gait and balance problems and offer extensive education in fall prevention

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(904) 744-0277
Patient Education is a Top Priority

Education is a major component of treatment, so patients understand the "why" of what they are learning and how best to incorporate it into their recovery and improvement.

People who want to get better and back to their normal lives, often do not get the correct help along the way. In their search for pain relief and notable improvement, we can provide knowledge and an ongoing plan to get people feeling physically better.

Our phyiscal therapists specifically address pain or injury in your muscles, bones or nerves and the movements these pains prevent. The focus of our practice is manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help regain function in work and leisure activities.

Many clients have never heard of PT or see a manual therapist. Often people have poor experiences in a health care system that never resolve their problem: " I have to live with the pain", "there is nothing anyone can do for me", "just go to a gym", "do these exercise".

Read what your neighbors have to say...

  • Physical Therapy Services has made a huge impact on my life. After shoulder surgery, PTS provided the professional support I needed through every step of the recovery process. Accomplishing each goal through each phase has made recovery an amazing success!…

    Margaret P.

  • Awesome clinic with an amazing staff. The environment is comfy and clean, and Pene is a very friendly and caring PT.…

    Terrence R.

  • I highly recommend Physical Therapy Services because of their knowledge and personalized care. I have needed treatment for various issues over the past 20 years and I always choose Physical Therapy Services. The atmosphere is professional but yet friendly. The entire staff knows my name and greets me when I come in.…

    Denise S.

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