CORA Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33403
CORA Palm Beach Gardens provides state-of-the-art treatments with licensed clinicians laser-focused on superior outcomes, and passionate about personal care. The highly trained staff includes doctors of physical therapy who specialize in outpatient orthopedic, sports and industrial rehabilitation, work comp treatment, and more.
CORA Physical Therapy is the leading physical therapy provider in Florida serving our Palm Beach County community with more advanced treatments and competitive self-pay rates. More evidence-based approaches. More exceptional patient outcomes. And no one—no one—works with more insurance providers. We treat everyone right and customize our treatment programs to address problem areas so our patients can get back to participating in the activities they love!
CORA Palm Beach Gardens is located on Northlake Blvd. 1/4 mile east of the I-95 interchange.
Services Offered at Palm Beach Gardens:
- Auto/Personal Injury Rehabilitation
- Balance and Gait Training
- Complimentary Screens
- Dry Needling
- Fall Prevention Program
- Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation
- Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Headache Management
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
- Manual Therapy (Spinal Manipulation & Mobilization)
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Occupational Therapy
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Pain Management
- Pre-/Post-Operative Rehabilitation
- Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)
- Post-COVID Recovery
- Running Analysis
- Sports Medicine
- Therapy in the Home
- Total Joint Arthroplasty Program
- Vestibular Management
- WorkTracks (Work Comp Solutions for Work and Industry)
Meet our Team
Brian Frost PT, DPT, CSCS, CKTP
Brian brings an array of experience to CORA Physical Therapy. He is a graduate of University of Florida where he earned his Bachelors in Health Science and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has been a practicing physical therapist for over 12 years. Brian helps to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and functional training with his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through National Strength and Conditioning Association. Brian treats an array of patient ages and diagnosis with a specialty treating youth athletes including gymnasts, cheerleaders, dancers and other performing arts. Brian emphasizes manual therapy including joint mobilization, manipulation, muscle energy, muscle stretching and soft tissue techniques in addition to combining his skills as a personal trainer for 5 years prior to becoming a physical therapist to incorporate sports medicine with functional training and conditioning.
He utilizes his advanced certifications that include Graston IASTM Certified provider, Kinesiotaping certified practitioner, Dry needling certification and Titleist Performance Institute Medical Level 2 specialist to provide a diverse treatment plan to the entire patient community.
Outside of clinic Brian has a wife and two children and loves to spend time with them traveling.
What's Your CORA Story?
I was referred by my orthopedist for cervical spine issues with protruding disks and one herniated disk in c4-7. I had a lot of pain and radiating numbness and tingling in my right arm and was having difficulty even sleeping as no position was pain free.
My therapist was Brian Frost at the Palm Beach Gardens clinic, but as this was during COVID-19 it was through telehealth sessions. The individualized treatment plan specific to my symptoms was very thorough and progressed with my gradual improvement until it was a maintenance plan to prevent further problems. I had gradual improvement but what surprised me was that by the time I was practicing maintenance exercises I was feeling better than I had before my injury. Posture and strength building in my thoracic region also gave me freedom from neck and back pain that had been common but not problematic. I have a desk job with a lot of computer work and was used to feeling stiff and sore most mornings. That is all in the past now and I feel better than ever thanks to CORA.
I learned about how to properly exercise and take care of myself. Before I injured my knee, I was able to do 188 air squats. I had a goal of doing 300. I decided to go back to work on that goal after I finished PT for my knee, but when I assessed how many squats I can do now, I did 419! I learned that you don't have to push your body to extremes to get huge results. Just be consistent and strategic about how you train. I am very happy about the results I got from the training. My quads have never been stronger. In fact, everything from my ankles to my knees and hips are stronger. I am more flexible and stable. I feel about 150% improved of where I was before I hurt my knee. However, I think the bigger deal is that I will train in a more balanced and safer way for the rest of my life because of what I learned at CORA Palm Beach Gardens.
The entire staff possessed the ability to balance their technical expertise with excellent interpersonal skills. Jon and Katie were my primary therapists, and Corey to a lesser degree. All three were good at demonstrating the various exercises and explaining the benefit of doing them to help strengthen my shoulder. My range of motion, strength, and ability to do routine tasks improved greatly during my time spent at CORA.
I could not be more pleased with the entire experience and end result.