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Postural Restoration

Joint Effort is proud to be the ONLY Postural Restoration Certified Facility in the state of South Carolina! 

Postural Restoration Institute
Joint Effort - Postural Restoration
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Courtney Stearn - Postural Restoration Therapist
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Postural Restoration Therapy

Problems we treat 

  • Back pain and sciatica

  • Hip pain - tendinitis, impingement, arthritis

  • SI Joint dysfunction

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Knee instability and arthritis

  • Shoulder problems

  • Neck pain and headaches

  • Hypermobility syndromes

  • Multi-joint problems

  • Muscle strains, overuse injuries, sports injuries

  • Effects from "long COVID," pneumonia, or other respiratory issues

Postural Restoration Therapy

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FAQs 

Does insurance cover Postural Restoration therapy?  YES! Postural Restoration is considered physical therapy and is covered by insurance. We are in-network with Medicare, BCBS, Aetna, and Tricare.   ​​

I am out-of-network, what are my options? If you are out-of-network, we would gladly help see if you have any out-of-network benefits. If not, or you have no insurance, our cash rate for a 1 hr session is $150. We offer discount packages and also shorter sessions. We can also work with you on a payment plan and help develop a treatment plan and schedule that works for you. 

I've done physical therapy before and it hurt. I'm hesitant to do it again - how is this different?  Our approach is unlike anything you've done before! Most of our techniques are static and you are well supported at the beginning to ensure your pain remains very low. After all, if it hurts you to do it, then your body won't relax and move! 

How many sessions will I need to do?  It depends. Our PRI therapists will perform a head-to-toe postural assessment and determine the severity of your postural issues. Based on our clinical knowledge of our body's compensation patterns, we can estimate how many treatments it will take to restore your system's balance. Treatment sessions can range from 4-24, with the average being around 8-12 over the course of 3 months. 

Jessical H. 

If you have tried PT for your injury before and have been disappointed with the results, give Joint Effort a try. I've been struggling with pain from a running related injury for almost 10 years. I have given up on being able to run again so many times, I lost count. I tried Joint Effort at the suggestion of a massage therapist. I was sure I'd be disappointed again, but it seems I am finally making progress in the right direction. Their approach is unlike any I've tried before. They are so much more focused on not only how you are doing the exercises, but the muscle groups you can feel yourself engage while performing them. I'm not back to running yet, but I am comfortably walking more than twice as far as I was 6 months ago. I'm so happy I found them!
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