Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a healthcare discipline focused on the rehabilitation and prevention of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries and conditions across the age continuum. We also provide sports rehabilitation for athletes who are recovering from injury to help them return to their sport.

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What is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy treats diseases or injuries that impair a person's mobility and capacity to carry out essential everyday tasks. PTs evaluate a patient's history and physical examination to make a diagnosis and create a therapy plan. When appropriate, they also take into account the findings from laboratory and imaging tests such X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs.

What are our Therapist's Responsibilities?

Our therapists use a combination of active and passive treatment interventions to help their patients recover from surgery or trauma, alleviate chronic pain, increase mobility and generally improve the quality of their day-to-day lives.

Erica S. Alligood

Physical Therapist Assistant
Erica graduated from Middle Georgia in 2000 with an Associates in Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant and is a third generation therapist. She works in our Dublin and Wrightsville offices.

Charles (Chuck) E. Bass, JR.

Physical Therapist
Chuck graduated from Georgia State University with his B. S. in Physical Therapy in 1983 and returned home to begin working with his father- Charles Bass, Sr. - as a second generation therapist. 40 years later, he currently works in our Dublin and Wrightsville offices.

Whitney B. Hobbs

Physical Therapist
Whitney graduated from UGA in 2008 with a B.S. Ed in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training then from the Medical College of Georgia in 2011 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is a is a third generation therapist. In addition to being a PT, Whitney is a certified Athletic Trainer and she is certified in Dry Needling. Whitney works mainly out of our Dublin office.

Karson Smith

Physical Therapist Assistant
Karson graduated from Central Georgia Technical College as a PTA with her Associates Degree in 2021. She currently works PRN at both of our office locations.

What are the Benefits?

physical therapists can identify areas of imbalance or weakness that may lead to future issues and then develop a preventative program to correct those deficiencies. Annual physical therapy consultations and musculoskeletal wellness screenings are fast becoming recognized as a crucial component of preventative health care.