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Welcome to the complete spectrum of outpatient services found at CORA Physical Therapy. Here, patients with orthopedic problems, work-related injuries, sports injuries and various neuromuscular and neurological conditions are always treated right.
Workers’ Compensation: How WorkTrack Works
No one understands work comp like CORA. WorkTracks proves it: a comprehensive, seamless program that could only come from us.
See what our patients are saying about us
They totally understand how to get results and improvement. The staff is very friendly and encouraging. I experienced great results and have now finished my time there, and it is so much better than the place I had therapy for the other knee in the summer of 2021.James Barr
“We love having CORA out at our tournaments. The players think this is absolutely one of the best places to come to make sure they’re taken care of.”Jay Miller, First Coast Volleyball
“Having CORA Physical Therapy in-house with our medical providers allows us to place the patients’ needs first.”Kenneth Aldridge, Rosen Hotels
“After five surgeries, she just wanted to start middle school walking upright. CORA got us in right away.”Suzy Sivley, Mother to Ayden (11-Year-Old Cancer Patient)
You may love your work, but do you love where you do it? Feel appreciated. Be supported. And thrive, when you join the team at CORA.
CORA Physical Therapy is an outpatient rehabilitation company that uses proven clinical practices and cost effective treatment protocols to return patients to their jobs and lifestyles as soon as possible. Its clinics offer a complete range of treatment, including outpatient physical therapy and general rehabilitation, worker’s compensation therapy, sports and auto injury rehabilitation, and rehabilitation for seniors. CORA operates more than 240 clinics in 10 states: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin.