Physical Rehabilitation and Sports Specific Training
Meet the Team
John and Cheryl Perry are thrilled to work with the amazing group of Rehabilitation and Movement Specialists at Perry Physical Therapy. At both Jackson and Gallipolis locations, their goal is to help patients and clients to move better, to become healthy and fit.
John is a Physical Therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is a graduate of Jackson High School, The Ohio State University, and the Gray Institute. He speaks throughout the country, providing continuing education for other healthcare providers and movement specialists.
Cheryl is a Licensed Physical Therapists Assistant. She is recognized as having attained a Fellowship of Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute. Cheryl also acts as the Chief of Operations for Perry Physical Therapy.
John and Cheryl have dedicated many years of service, learning, and teaching, in a variety of settings, in an effort to provide the best care and education to those in need.
Call and make your appointment today to learn more about the services Perry Physical Therapy can offer.
Perry Physical Therapy -
"The Movement Specialists"
Physical therapy is a healthcare specialty that includes the evaluation, assessment, and treatment of individuals with limitations in functional mobility. Physical therapy services are provided by skilled professional, who are licensed by the state in which they work. They are trained to assess your condition and help you regain maximal functional mobility and independence.
Therapists use a variety of treatment modalities and techniques to help you move better and feel better; treatment is very personalized. Choosing physical therapy will help you recover quickly and safely, and get you back to the life you deserve to live.
Physical therapy is a health care profession that uses various types of exercises, mobilizations, and other manual therapy techniques to restore function lost after an injury, disease, or surgery. Physical therapy involves using modalities such as heat, cold, electricity and vibration to decrease pain. We objectively measure and record progress so you and your physician are aware of improvements. We educate patients in ways to prevent future injuries or exacerbations.
Common Conditions and Diagnoses That Often Require Physical Therapy:
* This list is not all-inclusive.
How Do I Become A Patient?
Nervous about getting started on your physical therapy journey? In this video we explain exactly how simple it is to become a part of the PPT family.