Due to COVID-19 situation, Jacksonville is offering Telehealth Visits. We can also visit you In-Home or in our office.
We offer Telehealth
Telehealth uses electronic communication to remotely provide health care information and services. We offer this to our patients. There is a combination of clinical, technical, and financial considerations that determine if telehealth is right for you.
If you are interested in Telehealth, the best thing to do is to call our clinic and we can determine if it is a fit for you.
Jacksonville Physical Therapy will provide the highest quality physical therapy, sports medicine, industrial rehabilitation and athletic training services in Central Arkansas. Our focus will be to provide superior service in a state of the art facility in order to meet the needs of the community.
Our mission will be to restore a person's functional capacity, prevent injury, and enhance a client's quality of life so that their physical as well as emotional and spiritual well being may be improved.
Jacksonville Physical Therapy will be a growing company with strong ties to the community. We will be the first choice for high quality, cost-effective, caring rehabilitation for persons living in Central Arkansas. The clinic will constantly look for new and better ways to service our community.
The company will have close relationships with area schools, businesses, and physicians. As growth in referrals occur additional staff, supplies and equipment will be added to meet the needs of our clients. We will be the leader in the field of physical therapy. Staff may include physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants, athletic trainers, physical therapy technicians, and office personnel.
Family Oriented: Services will be delivered within a family-based structure. The patient and the family will be encouraged to actively participate in the team process with all rehabilitation professionals. It is the goal of this facility to provide an environment in which all clients will feel comfortable whether as a patient, family member or friend.
Patient Oriented: Services will be delivered with patient's recovery and well-being as a priority. Services will also be delivered in a cost-effective manner, preventing unnecessary cost to the patient and their payers.
Harry Morton, P.T.
Harry is a native Arkansan who grew up in central Arkansas. After being exposed to physical therapy as a student trainer for the UALR basketball program he pursued his education in P.T. He received his degree from the University of Central Arkansas in Physical Therapy in 1985.
Harry began working at Jacksonville Physical Therapy in 1992 and purchased the company in 1997. He has cared for patients in the Jacksonville and surrounding areas for 28 years. He has a special interest in spine care and in the rehab of shoulders and knees, with an emphasis in manual therapy. He also manages patients with vestibular / balance disorders.
My focus for the last 30 years has been in restoring patients to live a painfree and normal lifestyle. I have always felt the importance of a relationship with my patients. They are not only my patients they are my friends.
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