As a musician, dancer or actor, you spend countless hours perfecting your art. Your dedication and discipline push you through pain, stress and injury to achieve your highest levels of performance. But did you know that physical therapy can eliminate many health problems that limit your practice time and affect your performance? At Premier Physical Therapy of Jacksonville, our expert therapists provide one-on-one treatment and prescribe individualized exercise programs for performing artists. Our detailed examinations and injury tracking identify problems that impact performance levels. In addition to hands-on therapy, we provide education to maximize the efficiency of daily practice. With therapists who are experienced performing artists themselves, our staff understands the skills required for music, dance and theater. Contact us to learn how Premier Physical Therapy of Jacksonville can help you increase your performance and the enjoyment of your art. Whether you have suffered an injury or experience pain during practice, Premier physical therapists can help you overcome the problem quickly and safely. Our approach involves detailed evaluation, individualized treatment, patient education, and management of stress and performance anxiety. Our therapists aim to help you reach your goals through: BIO MECHANICAL ANALYSIS of the specific activity that may be contributing to the problem. For example, we examine musicians playing their actual instruments to determine the correct diagnosis. CUSTOMIZED TREATMENT that takes the aesthetics of the art and the demands of the performance into consideration. INDIVIDUAL EXERCISE PRESCRIPTIONS to extend practice time and even the duration of the artistʼs career. COMPREHENSIVE PATIENT EDUCATION on how to prevent future injury from the perspective of the performing artist. STRESS MANAGEMENT through correct breathing, posture, alignment, balance, strength and flexibility. Premier Physical Therapy of Jacksonville combines the newest advances in performing arts medicine with attention and care that matches your dedication to your art. No matter how minor a problem may seem, itʼs never too soon to strengthen the connection between your health and your art.