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Jackson County Physical Therapy Earns Spot on Top 100 Oregon Businesses for the Fifth Year
Ranked #16 in the Small Business category, Jackson County Physical Therapy is proud to receive a spot on Oregon Business’ 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon 2016 list. Covering a range of business topics across the state for more than 30 years, we’ve graced the list for a humbling five years!
The article states, “It must be the people who make the difference here,” and we enthusiastically agree.  As the largest outpatient Physical Therapy (PT) provider in Southern Oregon, we pride ourselves on the level of service and one-on-one care offered in our offices. 
We think our hands-on approach creates a unique model of care that keeps us a favorite of patients and business journals alike. We've served the Rogue Valley more than 20 years, we’ve always emphasized the patient-therapist relationship. PT services aren’t a one-size-fits-all affair. Individual evaluations, customized treatment options and a supportive staff of caring, skilled professionals help to provide maximum benefit and reduce the stress of recovery. We’re even happy to work with you to make your PT appointments fit your existing schedule or lifestyle with early or late appointments!
With clinics in Eagle Point, Medford, Ashland and Phoenix, we are a part of the communities we serve through sponsoring fundraisers and joining community events. You can see ways we’re trying to help on our news page. Both locally owned and independent, we’re able to pursue our founding vision—“to provide individualized and exceptional physical therapy services to the people of the Rogue Valley”—without the influence of outside parties.
Our team of more than a dozen professional therapists bring decades of combined experience to offer a wide-range of specialized services.
Treatments offered include:
Headache and head/neck/facial pain
THJ dysfunction and orofacial pain
Runners injuries
Injuries from motor vehicle accidents or whiplash
Pilates and yoga-based rehabilitation
Carpal tunnel and other wrist, elbow and hand injuries
Post-surgical rehabilitation
Fibromyalgia
Pediatric neurological conditions
We also offer services for runners and other athletes, including:
One-on-one running analysis sessions
Overhead throwing rehab and rotator cuff treatments
Sports performance conditioning and analysis
Tennis elbow treatments
Foot/ankle treatments for Achilles tendonitis, fractures or ankle sprains
Balance disorders
Gait training
This is just a sampling of our available services. For a comprehensive list, check out our treatments page or call us! We’re available Monday through Friday between 8am and 5pm to answer questions.
If you’re unsure what to expect, our FAQ covers every aspect of your first visit—from possible services to what to wear for optimal comfort. For more in-depth information on topics ranging from alternative pain management techniques to women’s health, we also host many classes and seminars throughout the year. 
None of this is possible without the support of the community and our patients. Ultimately, you choose Jackson County Physical Therapy to assist you with your needs allowing us to continue to grow, serve and excel. We look forward to serving the Rogue Valley—and topping local business rankings—for years to come. 
Thank you all. 

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Free Seminar
When: Wednesday April 1, 2015 from 7 to 9pm
Where: Jackson County Physical Therapy, 36 Hawthorne St. Medford, Or. 97504
Sponsored by: Jim Cloward, PT and Justin Carson DPT, CSCS, OCS
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Amanda Olson Receives Certification Of Achievement In Pelvic Floor by the American Physical Therapy Association.

Amanda Olson has completed the Certification of Achievement in Pelvic Floor (CAPP-Pelvic) by the American Physical Therapy Association. This achievement is the culmination of a five year training, testing and case report regimen and indicates mastery of the highest level of training in pelvic floor physical therapy. This capstone is preceded by a bachelor of science and a doctorate degree in physical therapy from Regis University. She is available for treatment of male and female incontinence, voiding dysfunction, pelvic pain, prolapse, and abdominal adhesion impairments. 
 

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Jackson County Physical Therapy voted favorite physical therapist by Medford News and Review.
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Jackson County Physical Therapy Named One Of Oregon's Best 100 Companies To Work for

Patient Testimonials

Here are some patient testimonials about Jackson County Physical Therapy:

"Dan Loch, thank you. I was able to hike through Bryce, Canyon Lands, and Zion because of your expert therapy and exercises. Thank you for being my PT."  - CM
 
"The best part of my treatment at Jackson County Physical Therapy was that my therapist Jeff was a good listener and was very knowledgeable about the course of physical therapy. He helped me regain my strength and return to my normal activities." - Dan D.
 
"The staff was great, they're so friendly and welcoming. My PT Tara Brasch made me feel very comfortable and explained every stretch movement and exercise we did" - Brittney S.
 
"I felt very confident that the treatment was going to improve my condition. I didn't think that I would gain the strength back in my ankle, but my therapist Gina Polansky worked with me and gave me the confidence I needed." - Janice T.
 
"The best thing about JCPT was the competence of both the front and back office staff.”  - David G.
 
"Justin Carson is excellent at explaining my issues and how to help myself get better. He is always optimistic, thorough in explanation and I find him to be extremely competent. I always leave Jackson County Physical Therapy with a smile, and the staff is equally professional and caring.” - Barbara F.
 
"At Jackson County Physical Therapy I was treated with caring and friendly staff. Physical Therapist Bill Esser and the entire staff are so professional and considerate.” - Mila M.
 
"Everything at Jackson County Physical Therapy is good from the time I walk in the door. I am taken back right away and my PT, Matt Jurek is the best in town! I feel involved in the process and feel my care is tailored to my individual needs and personality.” - Carrie W.
 
"The best part of my treatment was the friendliness of everyone who works there." - Eileen P.
 
"Daniel Brasch was the consummate professional. I was amazed at how much he knew about my condition and how his exercises helped me."  - Cass W.
 

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