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Physical Therapy Near Clarkston

At Civil Physical Therapy, we understand the significance and passion of maintaining an active lifestyle. That’s why we offer specific physical therapy services targeted to help passionate individuals continue their participation in sports or activities while addressing and managing any symptoms or pain they may experience.

Conditions

What We TREAT

We treat a host of different diagnoses, injuries, pathologies, and pain points throughout the body. See below for a list of the most commonly treated areas of the body.

The list below, categorized by various joints/areas of the body, describes the most common pathologies….; however, our clinicians are highly experienced with treating many more conditions.

Common Conditions

Foot & Ankle Pain

Knee Pain

Hip Pain

Lower Back Pain

Thoracic Pain

Thoracic Pain

Neck Pain

Head Injury

Head Injuries

Shoulder Pain

Elbow Pain

Elbow Pain

Hand/Wrist Pain

Services in Clarkston

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Clarkston, GA

Clarkston is a city in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 7,554 as of the 2010 census.

The city is noted for its ethnic diversity, and is often referred to as “the most diverse square mile in America” and “the Ellis Island of the South.” In the 1990s, refugee resettlement programs identified Clarkston as a good fit for displaced persons of many backgrounds. The rental market was open, residents were moving farther out from the Atlanta urban core, and Clarkston was the last stop on a transit line into the city. At present students attending Clarkston High School come from over 50 countries; the local mosque (Masjid al-Momineen, or Mosque of the Faithful in English) has a diverse and sizable congregation; and over half the population is estimated by some to be foreign born.

A post office called Clarkston has been in operation since 1876. The Georgia General Assembly incorporated the place in 1882 as the “Town of Clarkston”, with municipal corporate limits extending in a one-half mile radius from the Georgia Railroad depot. The community was named after W. W. Clark, a railroad official.

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