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Health Actions Physical Therapy
5
451 Safford Ave, Thomasville, AL 36784, USA
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Sweet Water High School
4
440 Main St, Sweet Water, AL 36782, USA
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Health Actions Physical Therapy and Wellness
5
295 S Jackson St, Grove Hill, AL 36451, USA
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Health Actions Physical Therapy and Wellness
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2425, 1711 College Ave, Jackson, AL 36545, United States

There's a Cost-Effective Solution to Every Problem


There are certain alternative treatment options that are cost effective and designed by a certified therapist. When you sign up for traditional therapy program. You pay $20-150 per visit. With 9zest Therapy, it is just $10-20 per month. You can make the most of expert- guided sessions, right from the comfort of your home. This means zero travel time spent in driving to physical therapy center.

9zest Advantages



9zest Stroke Rehab is emerging as a great alternative to expensive physical therapies interventions. The app combines expert recommended workouts and cutting edge technology to engage with you through easy to follow videos. The app contains a library of over 12,000 videos, recommended by licensed therapists across the world.

9zest Stroke Rehab App is an FDA registered class II medical device.

Traditional Therapy for Stroke vs 9zest At-Home Therapy


Traditional Therapy

$ 170-1260 /month

  • 1-2 Sessions per week
  • Requires self scheduling
  • Written instructions
  • High Caregiver Responsibility

    9zest Therapy

    $ 10-20 /month

    • Unlimited Sessions
    • Daily Sessions reminder
    • At Home Video Instructions
    • Minimal Caregiver Responsibility

      Impact of At-Home-Therapy


      9zest Features


      • Multi-Platform Support
      • Multidisciplinary Approach
      • Comprehensive video Library
      • Progress Tracking
      • Workout Scheduling and Reminders
      • Coach Connect

      Blog on Stroke Management


      Certain myths about stroke—though scientifically wrong—can seem to make sense, especially when they are rooted in old theories. Sadly, these myths can lead to needless worry and even hinder good prevention and treatment decisions. To ...
      Balance problems are common after stroke, which is why many survivors find themselves unable to sit up or stand safely. They may feel dizzy or unsteady and lose the confidence of walking, moving around and ...
      It’s normal for parents to go the extra mile to make their children happy and healthy. But, how many stroke survivors with serious impairments can do that? Not too many. Raising children is challenging under ...

      Guide on Stroke Management


      Latest News about Physical Therapists


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      Who are Physical Therapists?+


      Physical therapy is a dynamic profession that provides treatment for a wide array of health problems and symptoms centered on mobility and physical function. It has an established theoretical and scientific base, and can be prescribed to you by your doctor to address physical problems due to injury, disease, disorder, or aging. While you might see a chiropractor for back and neck pain, a physical therapist can provide consultation and treatment for physical problems throughout your body.

      Physical Therapy is the most common rehabilitation method to treat problems with movement, paralysis or loss of muscle function after Stroke. Generally, a '45 mins per day, five times a week' exercise schedule is recommended for stroke survivors to regain strength, coordination, balance, and control of movement.

      A physical therapist, also known as a physiotherapist, will first undertake a comprehensive examination of a patient's needs and provide an assessment of their physical health. After formulating a diagnosis and plan, they consult with the patient and implement a physical therapy treatment protocol. This protocol could include any manner of stretching and exercise, massage, cryo or heat therapy, or referrals to different types of doctors. Over time, they will evaluate the outcome of the protocol and make any adjustments needed.

      Typically, office visits eventually end and the therapist makes recommendations for self-management. These recommendations often rely on written instruction and the patient's memory of how to exercise and stretch. The patient could see a massage therapist as part of self-management.

      How to Select Physical Therapists?+


      Selecting a Physical Therapists can seem like a daunting task. It is important to select the right one for you: the one who will not only provide treatment but help you feel comfortable. Along with reviews that can be found online, you can ask your friends and family for recommendations. If you are researching Physical Therapists in your area, the list below is a great place to start.