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Palm Coast Physical Therapy Offers Telehealth, Virtual Office Visits: What You Need to Know

Palm Coast Physical Therapy Offers TelehealthTelehealth, virtual office visits have become the new normal in patient care. Popular for years in urgent care due to the convenience for patients, it’s now a great way to receive virtual physical therapy treatment. Although it is always best to be seen and treated by your physical therapist, our current situation with Coronavirus is causing us to make adjustments to conventional treatments. With Palm Coast Physical Therapy, now you can heal and learn exercises, stretches and get coaching for all of your musculoskeletal needs right in the comfort of your own home!

Palm Coast Physical Therapy Doctors of Physical Therapy are available to give you clear oversight, guidance and recommendations depending on your musculoskeletal issues. They can also virtually evaluate your progress.

If you need post-surgical care, have aching joints, impingements or any other musculoskeletal issues, don’t wait, contact Palm Coast PT today!

The Palm Coast Difference—Improve your quality of Life

What Makes Palm Coast Excellent?
Our personalized approach is a big key to our success at creating lasting patient and physician relationships. We offer one-on-one patient care and develop our treatment programs based on each individual’s needs.

Treatment is solely provided by our two Doctors of Physical Therapy. We not only focus specifically on the patient’s treatment diagnosis, but we focus on the body as a whole, giving patients high quality outcomes with less therapy visits required. We believe in clinical excellence with a strong focus on continuing education and manual therapy. We have extensive training in manual therapy, vestibular rehabilitation and neuromuscular re-education giving us the solid foundation to treat all musculoskeletal disorders with high patient satisfaction.\

The Palm Coast PT Team:
Dr. Lori Criswell, PT, DPT, CLT
Owner / Director

Lori has more than 28 years of clinical experience. She interned at NYU, Duke University and George Washington University Hospitals. She received her bachelors of science degree from West Chester University, her Master of Physical therapy degree from the University of Delaware and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of South Florida in 2014. She has her Manual Therapy training from The University of St. Augustine and her Lymphedema Certification from the Academy of Lymphatic Studies.

Dr. Trevor Gilliam, DPT – Physical Therapist
Trevor graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 1998 with a BS in Exercise Science. He graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2011 as Doctor of Physical Therapy. His focus is on biomechanics, functional neuromuscular re-education, and Vestibular rehabilitation.

You don’t have to suffer; you can receive the same high-quality care from Palm Coast PT that you expect and deserve! They will walk you through the virtual visit setup and what to expect for your telehealth appointment.

Contact Palm Coast PT online at or by calling (239) 430-0123.

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