Updated: Mar 7, 2019
Compass Physical Therapy has embarked on a new journey! In August 2018, the company moved to a new location with an accompanying internal structural change. The new location is 3825 Sullivan Street Suite 4 in Madison, AL and Compass Physical Therapy with a focus on developmental physical therapy primarily for ages 0-18 years old. We have not forgotten our adult patients! Long time employees, Joshua Arney and Gary Stinett, opened their own clinic, Legacy Physical Therapy, to continue treatment of our adult population. Compass will work in collaboration with Legacy moving forward for all of our long-standing and dedicated adult patients for a seamless transition.
After 13 years of providing physical therapy for all ages in Madison, it is a very exciting time as we journey forward into the future. The move will allow Compass PT to add more treatment options for infants, tots, tweens and teens in all stages of development. Special care must be taken in treating a developing body to ensure it is supplied with everything it needs to reach adulthood in a healthy state. Compass Physical Therapy specializes in this exact type of pediatric care which is different from physical therapy for adults. Treatment is not the same at all ages that is why it is essential for our youth to be treated by Physical Therapists who are specifically trained in this area!
Compass PT has added new technology to allow us to expand in areas such as sensory integration, treatment of cerebral palsy and developmental delay. In addition, we have refreshed our allied health professional training seminars by offering continuing education courses right in the clinic. Keeping in line with our community outreach tradition, we are exploring classes and support groups for parents as they navigate areas such as special needs, the healthy year-round athlete, and coping with sensory processing in the home. Compass Physical Therapy will also be developing a program to bring play back to childhood through the Fitness Initiative with the goals of preventing injury and keeping the growing body healthy.
For more information, please contact Compass Physical Therapy at 256.325.5400 or visit our website CompassPTinc.com. Follow us on Facebook- facebook.com/PTCompass Twitter @PTCompassAL and on Instargram @ptcompass