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Physical Therapy Clinic Greensboro, NC

Do Something Today That Your Future Self Will Thank You For

Resolve Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation in Greensboro, NC is located at 3280-A Randleman Rd. Our patients are very important to us and we are happy to share that many of them have had a great deal of success at our physical therapy clinic!

Our physical therapists are highly skilled experts who can treat any pain, injury, or discomfort you may be experiencing. We give in-depth assessments that lead to long-term pain alleviation, healing, and injury prevention. Thanks to our cutting-edge technologies and methods, we are confident in our ability to meet all of your rehabilitation needs. At Resolve Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation in Greensboro, NC we use sophisticated diagnostic techniques to determine which services will be most beneficial to you. We'd love to meet with you and work together to develop a treatment plan that will get you back on track to recovery and pain relief!

Physical Therapy Can Help You Reach Your Goals and Relieve Your Pain

The goal of physical therapy is to ease pain, make movement easier, and improve the overall quality of life. We want to help make your daily tasks and activities enjoyable. Physical therapy is extremely effective at relieving pain and improving the way you move. Tasks that are currently difficult for you will start to get easier as your treatment plan progresses. When you move better, you feel better. That is our goal.

Our Greensboro, NC physical therapists can help you with dressing on your own, exercising, walking your dog, and even get you back to doing the things you enjoy in your spare time, such as gardening, baking, or playing with your kids or grandkids.

If you are unsure about the effectiveness of physical therapy, rest assured that our Greensboro, NC physical therapy services will help you move better and manage your pain. Resolve Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation can help to improve or restore physical function and fitness too!



  • Monday 7:00am – 3:00pm
  • Tuesday 10:00am – 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 7:00am – 3:00pm
  • Thursday 10:00am – 7:00pm
  • Friday 7:00am – 1:00pm

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Sciatica and Back Pain

Does your back hurt? Did you sleep wrong, or pick up something too heavy? Did you sustain a sports injury that has left you in constant discomfort and on the sidelines? There could be many causes for your aches and pains, but the good news is that you are not alone.

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

After surgery or a medical operation, many people engage in post-surgical rehabilitation exercises as part of their recovery journeys. It is incredibly beneficial to the healing process and can help you return to a more fulfilling life more quickly.

Joint Osteoarthritis

At Resolve Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, our licensed therapists have experience with young athletes, weekend warriors, and professional athletes, and are proud to provide state-of-the-art equipment in our clinic to help our patients recover and become stronger.

Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries

Were you involved in an MVA and consequently trying to recover from your injuries? Car accidents can leave you with lots of health problems if your injuries are left untreated. The smartest thing you can do is to seek help at Resolve Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation today for your motor vehicle accident injuries.

Shoulder, Knee, and Hip Joint Pain

We utilize our shoulders all day. If you are in pain, it may disrupt your routine, mood, and productivity! No matter what is causing your shoulder pain, we are here for you. Resolve Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation is dedicated to providing you with natural shoulder pain relief options.

Balance and Gait Disorders

We have all felt dizzy at some point in our lives, and we are sure you would agree, it is not a pleasant sensation. No one wants to feel like the whole world is slipping out from under them! This sensation is fairly common in people who have balance and gait disorders.