1014 Wade Hampton Blvd, Suite 6

Greenville, SC  29609

864-203-3883

info@dedicatedtherapysc.com

Hours:

By Appointment

MEDICAL DISCLAIMER:
All information on this website is intended for instruction and informational purposes only. The authors are not responsible for any harm or injury that may result. Significant injury risk is possible if you do not follow due diligence and seek suitable professional advice about your injury. No guarantees of specific results are expressly made or implied on this website. 
Serving:Anderson,  Greenville, Greer, Easley, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Travelers Rest, Taylors

We help adults in the Upstate become more active and independent. 

Even if you have a chronic condition health condition or a neurological diagnosis like Stroke, Brain Injury.

Improvement is possible!

People Who We Help Include...

Active Grandparents and Retirees

who want to ensure they can stay as active as they want to be able to enjoy their grand kids and travel plans

Concerned Loved Ones

who can see that their loved ones are losing independence, but aren't sure what can be done to help.

 

Survivors of Stroke and Brain Injury

Who want to continue the process of improvement, but feel stuck and unsupported by the therapy they have had in the past. 

 

People living with Parkinson's Disease

who want to do all they can to help combat the physical symptoms of their disease to slow decline.

Want Some Help To Decide if Physical Therapy Is Right For You?

If you're not quite ready to book an appointment yet, you might have some questions that you would like answered first. Shannon would be happy to chat with you so he can be 100% sure that she can help you... just click the button above to request to speak with Shannon on the phone!

We understand that some people want to find out a little more about the cost & availability of physical therapy before booking an appointment. If you want to know about our availability, then please just click the button above and complete the simple form.

We realize some people may be unsure if physical therapy is right for them. Are you're wondering whether it'll work, whether we can help with your problem, or maybe you've had a bad experience somewhere in the past? If that sounds like you and you'd like to come see for yourself how Dedicated Therapy can help you, just fill out the simple form above so we can answer your questions.

Why Dedicated Therapy Started

Shannon Cobb is the Greenville, South Carolina area’s specialist physical therapist who helps people with neurologic conditions more active and independent. 

She founded Dedicated Therapy after working for years in clinics specializing in physical therapy for balance/falls/dizziness and stroke and brain injury.  What she found was that while these places offered bouts of specialized care, there was a  need beyond typical bouts of physical therapy.  People with neurologic conditions needed support after discharge from therapy.  She felt this was important to ensure that gains made in therapy were not lost, and because, for people with neurologic diagnoses, like stroke and brain injury, recovery can occur over longer periods of time.  People need expert guidance in exercise and activity to promote that longer term recovery.  So, she created Dedicated Therapy to provide more expert options for continued exercise and improvement.  She wanted to create a practice that employs therapists who are dedicated to the potential for recovery and improvement that exists for all people, including stroke and brain injury survivors. A practice that understands that recovery can occur over periods of time and during multiple episodes of therapy.  In her mission to create this practice she discovered that people with Parkinson’s need services beyond standard physical therapy.  So Dedicated Therapy has a variety of services not offered at typical therapy clinics to benefit people living with stroke, brain injury and Parkinson’s and all people experiencing difficulty with their mobility and independence.  

 

Shannon  graduated with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami. 

 

SHE  is Neuro-IFRAH® Certified and Advanced Train with over 300 hours of training in Stroke and Brain Injury specific treatment.  She is also a PWR! Certified therapist for the treatment of people with Parkinson’s Disease.