Our Services

Proaxis Therapy is the ideal physical therapy partner to get you back to health. We offer the highest standard of quality service backed by innovative, research-based techniques. With regional centers in the Carolinas and Colorado, Proaxis has emerged as a best-practices leader in physical therapy.

We offer physical therapy and occupational therapy to patients from all walks of life – from the elite athlete to the weekend warrior. From getting our athletes back in the game to helping grandparents lift their grandchildren, we are here to help you conquer your condition and return to doing the things you love to do.

Our therapies and programs include:

  • Physical Therapy: a unique science and art that utilizes a wide variety of procedures to restore function to the body, reduce pain and help prevent future injury
  • Total Joint Health™: a uniquely-designed program with a team approach that enables patients to get back to living active, healthy lifestyles following total joint surgery
  • Urgent Care: working in partnership with Greenville Hospital System’s MD360 Urgent Care locations, our therapists assist doctors with developing effective, ongoing treatment plans for recovery from sports injuries, strains, sprains and fractures
  • Occupational Therapy: Treatments to help patients with physical, mental or developmental conditions achieve independence through reducing pain, assisting with functional movement through adaptive devices or ergonomically modifying a patient’s work environment
  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation: a program to help patients regain strength, mobility and endurance after undergoing a total hip or knee replacement, sustaining trauma to a bone or suffering from bone or soft-tissue disease
  • Sports Rehabilitation and Performance: a comprehensive, education-based program that empowers patients to participate in their recoveries and in the prevention of future injury
  • Aquatic Therapy: therapies that utilize the non-weight-bearing properties of water to create an ideal rehabilitation environment, especially for post-operative patients or those with back injuries
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation: a conservative, non-invasive and drug-free option to help people suffering from dizziness, vertigo, imbalance and other inner ear disorders
  • Men’s Health Program: a program focused on the treatment of urinary incontinence, a common compliant following prostate surgery
  • Women’s Health Program: a special type of physical therapy designed to treat problems of the pelvic floor, including urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, and pain and weakness during pregnancy or after childbirth
  • Workers Compensation Program: a type of therapy focused on developing, maintaining and restoring an employee’s normal body movements in order for the employee to return to work
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling (Intramuscular Manual Therapy): an innovative technique that utilizes acupuncture needles and focuses on releasing trigger points to assist the therapist in releasing muscle tension and guarding (available in South Carolina and Colorado)
  • Hand Therapy: a type of rehabilitation for patients with conditions affecting the hands or upper extremities resulting from an accident, trauma or the effects of carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, arthritis or a neurologic condition such as a stroke
  • TMJ (or TMD) Therapy: a type of physical therapy that utilizes a multimodal treatment approach to help decrease jaw pain, improve motion, and restore strength. Manual therapy directed to the temporomandibular joint and cervical spine, and surrounding musculature, can help restore motion and allow improved opening