Welcome to Primacare
Primacare Physical Therapy and Wellness is a 100% therapist owned practice. We treat a variety of musculo-skeletal and Post-surgical Orthopedic conditions as in low back pain, neck and shoulder problems, fractures, joint replacements, arthritis, knee and ankle injuries, tendinitis, sprains and strains. We have 6 locations serving Gwinnett and Forsyth County for all your Physical Therapy needs- Suwanee, Johns Creek, Buford, Duluth, Norcross, Lilburn, Cumming and Lawrenceville, GA. We have extended hours including Saturdays. We are in most insurance plans including BCBS, Medicare, Humana, United, Ambetter, Peachstate, Amerigroup, Cigna, CareSource, Allwell, Aetna and others including Auto accidents and workers compensation.
WE ARE OPEN ON SATURDAYS
Please call us at 770-962-4043 for your appointment today.
Click here to add a Kudzu review
What's new in Primacare Physical Therapy
Primacare Physical Therapy announces the opening of its 7th location to serve the North Atlanta Community. We are now present in Cumming GA , Forsyth County. We continue to provide the excellent service to our patients which we have been known for the past 15 years. Please call us at (678) 341-9062 to set up your appointments. We are in network with most major insurance, auto accidents and workers comp
No front page content has been created yet.
Jennifer Broxterman, Msc, RD wrote an excellent article entitled “7 Lifestyle strategies to stay strong, healthy and independent longer”. I am providing some excerpts from that article here to highlight some simple nutrition and lifestyle changes that can dramatically improve quality of life.
Modern medicine can help us live longer, so what’s the point of eating the right foods and taking the right supplements? Well, we don’t want to just live longer. We want to live well! We want a quality of life that allows us to travel and enjoy our retirement, to run around our grandchildren without aches and pains and to generally enjoy life feeling good in our bodies, minds and hearts....
Got back pain? You’re not alone. Eighty percent of Americans suffer from low back and neck
pain at some point in their lives. Let that sink in. With such great odds that you—or someone
close to you—will one day become a statistic, wouldn’t it make sense to arm yourself with
preventive strategies and knowledge? Physical therapy is a good place to start.
By performing a thorough evaluation, a physical therapist can identify the muscular, postural
and skeletal limitations that could one day lead to an episode of back pain. As part of the
assessment, she will observe as you perform a series of exercises and then gather an account of
Recently we have seen a rise of diseases in children that in the past had only been seen in adults. Things like obesity, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure are being seen more frequently in children. One of the best ways to combat the rise of these diseases is to make sure that your kids are getting enough physical activity.
The Department of Health and Human Services has developed guidelines recommending that youth ages 6-17 participate in 60 minutes or more of physical activity 7 days/ week. This is total activity time, so 1 hour, 2 30 minute sessions, or 4 sessions of 15 minutes each in a day would all satisfy this recommendation. Most of this activity should be at either...
A wrist fracture is a break in one of the bones near the wrist. In the United States, 1 out of every 10 broken bones diagnosed is a wrist fracture. Injury can occur as a result of a trauma, such as falling while playing sports or simply tripping when walking down a sidewalk. Children are susceptible to wrist fractures because of the high-risk sports they commonly play. A child may sustain a wrist fracture falling off a bike, playing football or soccer, or falling off playground equipment. Wrist fractures are also common in women after menopause, and frequently occur in the elderly population due to falls. A physical therapist can help individuals who have sustained a wrist fracture...
When to Choose Physical Therapy for Pain Management
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), sales of prescription opioids have quadrupled in the United States, even though "there has not been an overall change in the amount of pain that Americans report."
In response to a growing opioid epidemic, the CDC released opioid prescription guidelines in March 2016. The guidelines recognize that prescription opioids are appropriate in certain cases, including cancer treatment, palliative care, and end-of-life care, and also in certain acute care situations, if properly dosed.
But for other pain management, the CDC recommends nonopioid approaches...