Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Sweet Success

 The day after surgery was my first day at THERAPY1ONE. I thought I was going to hurt myself and have to go through physical therapy again. In the end everything turned out great. I am going to miss the staff, they were amazing.
Athina S.          Lynn Haven, FL

Friday, May 20, 2011

Success Story

I am certainly so much better than I was when I first started physical therapy at THERAPY1ONE. My arm is better and I have been able to do everything expected of me. Everyone has been so kind and helpful at THERAPYONE.
Margaret P.     Lynn Haven, FL

No Referral? No Problem! We are here to help you achieve your Goals to a Healthier Way of Life.

THERAPY1ONE is proudly caring for our community- one person at a time since 1996. We are committed to providing you with the most personalized, skilled physical therapy service around.  Our integrated approach means that we work not only on specific issues, but also toward the larger goal of a healthy and balanced way of live for every person we treat.  We are a local company, owned and directed by physical therapists.

Lori Cox, P.T.

Jim Cox, P.T.,M.S.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011





Exercise after Physical Therapy the many Benefits
  Continue to improve endurance and strength

  Reduce the risk of injuries by protecting bones, tendons and joints

  Helps prevent long term medical problems such as high cholesterol and osteoporosis

  Weight loss

Here is what some of our patients have to say:
“I love the friendly atmosphere”
“Always someone to help you”
“I haven’t felt this good in years. I’m able to get in my garden every day.”
“My back is feeling great!”
“I have improved my balance and able to get on the floor with my grandkids”

Consistency is the key to success!

Laura Smith    

Monday, May 9, 2011

Information and Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common conditions of heel pain. Middle aged men and women are most susceptible to this condition, however, a person of any age can get it. What is plantar fasciitis? First, let’s look at the plantar fascia itself. The plantar fascia is a thick ligamentous tissue that runs between your calcaneous (heel bone) and your toes and stretches with every step. This tissue acts like a rubber band and every time weight is applied to your foot it stretches and contracts. This being said, the fascia can easily be irritated or even develop small tears and become inflamed, resulting in moderate to sever pain. Most often excessive running, jumping or other activities of this sort will result in this condition. Plantar fasciitis is also common with individuals that are overweight. Usually the person will experience the worst pain in the morning especially with the first few steps out of bed. Pain from this condition is most often described as a burning, stabbing or aching pain in the heel of the foot.
Plantar Fasciitis is often times easily treated with corrective exercises and modalities; however in extreme cases surgery is required. Some of these exercises are as simple as laying a wash cloth on the floor and using your toes to scrunch up the wash cloth or freezing a water bottle and rolling your foot on top of it using as much pressure as you can tolerate. Cross friction massage is also used to the underlying plantar fascia. Stretching is very important in the treatment of this condition, particularly the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. Modalities used are therapeutic ultrasound, ionto or phonophoreses, electrical stimulation and cold packs. If symptoms persist, please contact us here at Therapy1One for further consultation and treatment with any of our skilled physical therapists

James A. Cutchin, LPTA