Vicki Sims, PT, CHT
Vicki Sims, PT, CHT is a 1976 graduate of Georgia State University. She has practiced in the Gainesville, Georgia community since graduating. She is Clinical Co-Director of Gainesville Physical Therapy. She has served as Director of Physical Therapy at Lanier Park Regional Hospital for nine years. Her clinical specialties include evaluation and treatment of sacroiliac joint dysfunction, hand therapy (Certified Hand Therapist) and orthopedic manual therapy.
Vicki is active in research and has co-authored four clinical papers on the sacroiliac joint. In addition to her practice, since 1994 she has been teaching continuing education courses including "The Evaluation and Treatment of Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction." Vicki had the distinction of being invited to speak at the 1995 International Conference on Sacroiliac Joint and Low Back Pain in San Diego, California.
Vicki co-authored three articles for publication and was invited to present at the 5th World Congress on Lower Back and Pelvic Pain in Melbourne, Australia in 2004. She has also written "The Definitive Book on the Treatment of SI Joint Dysfunction."
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If you have a commitment to your recovery our treatment team will work with you to produce results that are second to none. Today most health care is driven by numbers and quotas. At Gainesville Physical Therapy we don't treat numbers, we believe that healing results from a personal, supportive relationship. Toward this end our office staff will work with you to meet your schedule, our therapists will give you hands-on, personal attention during every visit and we will continue to support you until your recovery is complete.
Gainesville Physical TherapyGainesville Physical Therapy is not your typical physical therapy clinic. Here, every patient receives personalized attention during each visit with a hands-on treatment program that has been carefully tailored to their specific needs and physical condition. Recovery from injury or surgery can be a difficult and trying process. We believe that the supportive relationship we establish with our patients, combined with our expertise in the treatment of physical ailments and pain relief, is responsible for the extraordinary outcomes that we routinely see. Our facility is fully equipped to provide a comprehensive spectrum of treatment modalities for all orthopaedic conditions to improve mobility, strength, balance and pain relief
Mission Statement"To enable every patient the opportunity for a return to an active lifestyle through caring, hands-on, personalized attention through the application of state of the art physical therapy services."
Our TeamOur specialists are well trained to treat a multitude of physical ailments. Each of our therapists has received advanced post-graduate training in body mechanics; anatomy and the complex relationships between muscle and bone which support motion in every part of the body. We are trained in the most effective treatment modalities to provide you with the best possible outcome in your rehabilitation.
We are also on the cutting edge of research into improving the treatment and recovery of low back and pelvic pain. We have presented several papers at the International World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain and continue to conduct our own research.
- • Presenter at the 2nd and 5th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain
- • Author of "Pelvic Girdle Instability: Identification of Symptomology"
- • Author of "Surgical Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction"
- • Author of "The Secret Cause of Low Back Pain"
- • Author of "Pelvic Stabilization Exercises" 2005
- • Presenter SI Joint Dysfunction and It's Relation to Low Back Pain
- • Presenter SI Joint Dysfunction; Putting The Pieces Together"
- • Ongoing research on low back pain and pelvic pain.