healthcare professionals. Physical Therapists have a minimum of seven
years of college training culminating in either a master's degree or
doctoral degree with bi-annual continuing education requirements.
What we treat
• Pelvic floor dysfunction (women's and men's)
• Women's Health including prenatal/post-partum care
• Overuse injuries
• Sports-related injuries
• Chronic pain
• Post-surgical conditions
We also provide
prevention and wellness education, especially for teens.
...One of Homer Physical Therapy's primary goals is to provide a soothing,
non-clinical environment in which to foster an optimal learning experience.
The clinic has private treatment rooms, semi-private treatment areas
and a communal exercise area complete with rehabilitative equipment,
including a treadmill, a semi-recumbent bike, a Total Gym, a Precor
Stretch Trainer, and a variety of stabilization equipment and resistive
devices for use by our clients during their treatment program.
In support of gaining and maintaining optimal physical health, Homer Physical Therapy
also provides an annex location at Harbor School of Music & Dance at
3691 Ben Walters Lane, Suite 2 for group physical therapy and fitness classes.
This space is designed to maximize movement learning.
All of our facility is fully accessible for the disabled.
We are proud to sponsor a
partnership with the
Homer Book Store. A 10% discount certificate is
available to Homer Physical Therapy clients for purchase of books
found in our library.
Hours of Operation
Homer Physical Therapy LLC
4141 Pennock Street
Homer, Alaska 99603
Ph 907-235-3410 Fax 907-235-3417
Email us at Homer Physical
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