We help people feel better, perform better and be better.

Whatever the reason for your setback – an injury, recovering from surgery, or an illness – our goal is to help you get back to life. YOUR goal is OUR goal.

If you need therapy, tell your physician you want ProgressiveHealth. Our evidence-based approach ensures the best care, delivered by friendly, professional, licensed therapists with your best interests in mind.


The best in the industry.

We provide a professional and friendly clinic environment

We develop a plan of care that is specifically designed for you

We utilize a hands on approach that is proven to help relieve pain and enhance mobility

We work with you and your physician to provide the absolute best care in the shortest time possible

You have chosen to receive your physical therapy care from the best clinicians in the industry. Our physical therapists have advanced clinical education and training, specialty certifications, and years of experience providing hands-on healing. We utilize evidence based interventions in our care planning to ensure clinical best practices and to facilitate optimal clinical outcomes – enabling you to feel better, perform better, and be better – as efficiently as possible.

Your first visit with us.

Here is what to expect during your first visit to ProgressiveHealth.

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We're easy to find.

ProgressiveHealth Griffin Location

220 W. College Street, Suite D
Griffin, GA 30224
Phone: 770-233-1800
Fax: 770-233-0005

Complete your appointment registration online.

To help you save time on your first visit, please complete the online Registration Form below before your first appointment. If you choose to fill out the patient registration form when you arrive at our office, please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to allow ample time to complete the form before you meet with your physical therapist.

At the time of your first appointment, you must provide the following:

  • Photo ID issued by a local state or federal agency, OR
  • Two forms of non-photo ID provided that at least one is issued by a local, state, or federal agency (example, social security card and a utility bill).

In the case of a minor who does not have a driver’s license, proof of identity is established if the parent or guardian provides proof of their own identity.