Aberdeen Physical Therapy’s primary goal is to provide you with the best Physical Therapy care available. They are privately owned and don’t answer to a larger company for productivity. They answer to themselves and you, the patient. By using an evidence-informed approach, emphasizing manual/hands-on treatment techniques, Aberdeen Physical Therapy will determine the quickest path to decrease your pain and allow you to reach your functional goals, whether they are to return to your favorite sport or be able to safely walk through your home.

Aberdeen Physical Therapy’s staff has a combined 90 years experience in the Physical Therapy profession. They strive to provide their patients with the most current Physical Therapy treatment techniques through continuing education coursework. While it’s true that every PT must satisfy continuing education requirements for licensing, their therapists continuously exceed those requirements.

Many community members offer personal testimonies to the professionalism of Aberdeen Physical Therapy. One satisfied patient said “I would recommend any of the therapists at Aberdeen Physical Therapy & Wellness because I have been treated by almost each and every one of their therapists. They all meet a high standard of knowledge in bringing someone back from injuries and surgeries. I personally cannot say enough good things about each and every one of them.”

Therapists at Aberdeen Physical Therapy also provide specialties you may not find in many other PT clinics such as dry needling, running mechanics assessment, treatment of orofacial pain/craniomandibular dysfunction and orthopedic clinical specialty.

Their facility is also a clinical education site for East Carolina University, Elon and Winston-Salem State University Physical Therapy Programs.

Aberdeen Physical Therapy is located in the David Knight House a Historical Register Home. The David Knight house was built in 1896. It has been a family home, a home with a blacksmith shop behind it, a storage area and then a home prior to being put up for sale in 2009. Prior to the home being sold it had remained in the David Knight family.

In order for the house to be up-fitted for use as a physical therapy clinic, multiple criteria had to be met such as ADA, Medicare, Aberdeen fire, town and building requirements including approval from the Historical Society. Aberdeen Physical Therapy was also personally committed to completing the work using local goods and services, rehabilitating the property to be consistent with its age and keeping a small carbon footprint.

Although Aberdeen Physical Therapy originally intended to preserve the house they found too much damage such as termite, water and wear on the floors. As a result, the house was gutted from the inside and rebuilt, rewired and insulated.

The hardwood heart pine floors in the building came from a family sawmill in Siler City called Wrenn Hardwoods. Some of the ceilings were replaced with beadboard. Three of the sinks in the building were hand-thrown pottery from Morrow Pottery, Pittsboro NC, Rays Pottery and Great White Oak Pottery from Seagrove NC. The paint is all environmentally friendly low VOC Benjamin Moore paint from Aberdeen Paint( company no longer in existence). The carpeting in the gym was installed by JB Short, who gave them great input on how they should prepare our floors prior to installation. The plan for Aberdeen Physical Therapy’s lighting was done by Dominic at A Light Source in Aberdeen. The fabric for the office was from Renee’s, also in Aberdeen.

Aberdeen Physical Therapy is located at 200 North Poplar Street, Aberdeen

You can contact Aberdeen Physical Therapy at 910-944-1169 for an appointment.


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