Insurances Accepted

Most major plans accepted

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One-on-One Outpatient
Physical Therapy
... in your Home

Physical Therapy services provided in the comfort of your home.

Mobile Physical Therapy

Expert house call outpatient physical therapy services provided in your home. Save the time and hassle of traveling to an outpatient clinic.

Service Area

Serving Altamonte Springs, Maitland, Longwood, Wekiva, Maitland, Winter Park and more. Check the map below to see areas served.

Expert One-on-One Care

All physical therapy services are provided by Joshua McGowan, DPT. No assistants, technicians or on the job trained staff.

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Advantages of Home Based Physical Therapy

Convenience

At home physical therapy services are more convenient for you because you don't have the hassle of traveling to an outpatient clinic multiple times a week.

Personalized One-on-One Therapy

With home based therapy, you get the undivided attention of your physical therapist. No more sharing your therapist with other patients at a busy, large outpatient clinic.

Better Success Rates

Patients who are educated to preform their personalized, therapeutic exercises in their home without the need for specialized equipment are far more likely to follow through and get better faster than those patients who are taught in large outpatient clinics with expensive gym equipment.

Quality One-on-one care

All physical therapy services are provided by Joshua McGowan, Doctor of Physical therapy. No assistants, technicians or on-the-job trained strangers will be providing your care.

Covered by Medicare Part B and Most insurances

Outpatient Physical Therapy in the home is covered by Medicare Part B, Medicare Advantage plans and major health insurances. We are happy to work with all major insurances and also accept Medicaid.

We're mobile

We usually see patients in their homes, but we can also see you in assisted living facilities, retirement communities or other community spaces.

Same price as outpatient clinics

Personalized outpatient therapy by a Doctor of Physical Therapy is actually the same cost as traveling to a busy outpatient clinic where you may be seen by an assistant or on the job trained technician.

After Home Health physical therapy ends

Outpatient therapy in the home is a great choice after home health therapy ends as a way to continue to rehabilitate in the comfort of your home.

Physical Therapy Services

Orthopedic

Orthopedic physical therapy consists of the entire musculoskeletal system - the bones, ligaments joints, muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons of your whole body. Pain, loss of mobility or strength loss caused by injury, illness or age can be treated with a personalized physical therapy treatment plan.

Manual Therapy

Manual Physical Therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy only available from a Doctor of Physical therapy with additional training in manual therapy. It is the practice of using the hands to manipulate joints and soft tissues to facilitate healing and decrease pain as part your comprehensive physical therapy treatment plan.

Vestibular Rehab

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy works to improve balance and help alleviate problems associated with dizziness. There are more possible causes of dizziness than just the inner ear. Your Physical Therapist can design a treatment plan personalized just for you to specifically target the exact cause of your imbalance issues.

Fall Prevention

Over a third of adults age 65 and older fall each year in the United States and of those falls, 20 - 30% are moderate to severe. Individualized physical therapy programs designed to help improve strength, balance, coordination and flexibility in your own home can reduce the incidence of falls and injuries.

Post-Op Rehabilitation

Physical therapy after surgery helps to get back strength, stamina, function and flexibility. We preform physical therapy after all types of surgeries including heart procedures, total joint replacements, ligament and tendon repairs, amputations, nerve compression releases, spinal joint fusions and more.

Pain Management

Physical therapy is a safe and effective alternative to opiod pain management that's recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for most non-cancer pain. Physical therapy programs can help manage pain for a wide variety of medical conditions without the risks of possible addiction.

Hip/Knee Pain

Pain can be caused from imbalanced muscles, decreased strength, poor posture and inflexibility. Pain could also be caused from previous injuries, obesity and other diseases. Physical therapy can help restore balance, increase flexibility, reduce inflammation and pain through manual therapies and targeted exercise programs.

Neck/Shoulder Pain

Physical Therapists are specifically trained to treat muscles of your entire body, including those of the neck, shoulder, arm and hands. Physical therapy can address pain from imbalanced muscles , poor posture, poor for strength and past injuries. Tailored programs designed specific to treat your problems can help greatly.

Low Back Pain

Low back pain is a common problem that many people have, yet it can be caused by a number of different reasons, or a combination of reasons. Physical therapy can help you identify the specific reasons for your low back pain whether it's poor posture habits, inflexibility or poor core strength. Targeted plans individualized to your problem can help you avoid injections and surgery.

Stroke Rehabilitation

The first first few weeks and months after stroke are a critical time to start physical therapy. Physical therapy can help stroke patients regain strength, balance and coordination. Programs designed with specific exercises just for the type of stroke you had are important to maximize the results of your physical therapy program. Waiting too long to seek therapy can greatly reduce the chance for recovery.

Parkinson's (LSVT BIG)

Living with Parkinson's and other neurological diseases isn't easy, but physical therapy programs such as LSVT BIG for Parkinson's can help you use your body more effectively. These specialized treatment programs help to improve mobility, balance and self-care. They help patients improve their quality of life while helping decrease dependence on care givers and loved ones and increasing self-confidence.

Headache/Migraines

Headaches and Migraines are debilitating for millions of Americans. Some studies estimate as many as 50 million may suffer from Migraine disease. Individualized Physical Therapy programs and manual therapy techniques can help to reduce the number, frequency and intensity of headaches and migraines, reducing patient's dependence of pharmaceuticals and missed work days.

Insurances Accepted

Accepting most major insurances including Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare Advantage plans and Self-Pay Patients.
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Meet Dr. Joshua McGowan

Dr. Joshua McGowan has been practicing Physical Therapy since 2000. He’s worked in many different settings including outpatient clinics, hospitals, retirement communities, rehab facilities and in patient’s homes and seen and treated patients with all types of different injuries, conditions and diagnoses.

Dr. McGowan grew up in the Florida panhandle and had an early love for the great outdoors. He spent lots of time outside riding the horses his parents bred, helping in the family’s large garden,  and exploring the rural area where they called home by horseback or on dirt bike.

Dr. McGowan also loves to learn and after graduating Valedictorian of his high school, went to study at Gulf Coast State College and graduated top of his class as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2000. While working as a PTA, he then pursued a Mechanical Engineering degree at the University of Central Florida and graduated Cuma Sum Lauda in 2007. Then while woking as a director of rehab at Osceola Rehabilitation, he attended the University of St. Augustine and also graduated Cuma sum Lauda with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy with emphasis on Manual Therapy.

Dr. McGowan still loves the great outdoors and loves to spend time with his wife and 3 kids camping in Florida’s beautiful state parks, boating in our pristine waterways and bike riding on central Florida’s amazing trails. He also loves tinkering with his old motorcycle, backyard gardening and working on his honey-do list.

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(407) 951-7651

available from 8:00 – 5:00, M-F

Serving: Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Longwood, Wekiva, Maitland, Winter Park, North Orlando, Winter Springs, Sanford, Lake Mary