Williams Amy W
Physical Therapist in Wilmington, NC
Physical Therapy for Women is the innovation of owner Jennifer Whaley, PT. Together with the aid of her associates Leslie Clark, MPT, CLT-LANA, and Nicole Johnson, MPT, Jennifer has created a physical therapy center that caters to women. Her practice is committed to the type of personalized one-on-one care that gets you speedily back to the North Carolina nice life. We supply customized treatment that centers around state-of-the-art, hands-on techniques and tailor-made exercise programs provided by expertly trained, compassionate physical therapists in a comfortable atmosphere.
Williams Amy W
read morePlease consider attending our Lymphedema Awareness Event March 23rd 6:00pm-8:00pm-doors open at 5:30. Come learn about what lymphedema is, who is at risk, how it can be prevented, and how it is managed through therapy! Anyone who has had lymph nodes removed can be at risk. Please help us show support for this diagnosis as well as the women/men in our community who face the challenges of lymphedema everyday. In 2001 Jennifer (Whaley) Shepherd, PT, CLT-LANA created a physical therapy center that catered to women.
read moreThe goal of Physical Therapy for Women is to provide optimal rehabilitation for our community. To provide the most conservative, comprehensive level of care, while respecting ones individuality and current physical status. Through compassionate treatment and thorough education, it is the goal of Physical Therapy for Women to improve the quality of life for each person who receives our care and believes in their potential.
read morePhysical Therapy for Women can offer a non-surgical approach to many person's health issues. We focus on providing thorough education, facilitating pain relief, and improving the quality of life for each person who receives our services. Therapy consists of one-hour treatments provided by a licensed Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistant. We are specifically trained in physical therapy for women's health issues and offer many forms of treatment including: patient education, manual therapy/massage, ultrasound, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, pelvic floor strengthening, bladder retraining, biofeedback, lymphedema management, individualized prenatal/postpartum care, and assistance with activities of daily living.