Physical Therapy

We Moved!

If you have been following us on social media, then you know what we have been up to lately. We have been putting together a beautiful new space for Physio! We are more than doubling our square footage as well as drastically improving our parking. As of Monday, September 24th, we will be at our new address. It’s just across Maney Ave. at 660 Merrimon Suite C.     Physio will still be providing the same high

BCBS Accepted In Network

Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) is Accepted In-Network at PHYSIO Physical Therapy and Wellness Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness Asheville is proud to announce that we are (and have been) a preferred provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Insurance.  We are one of the Physical Therapy Providers in Asheville to offer services to those with Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Health Insurance. Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness is an In-Network Provider for anyone with Blue Cross Blue Shield that would like to use their

Best of WNC 2017 Physical Therapist and Physical Therapy Practice Announced

The results are in for the 2017 Mountain Xpress Best of WNC. We are excited and proud to announce that… Rachel Waring, Physical Therapist has been awarded 1st Place! Congratulations to Rachel Waring, PT, DPT for being voted 1st Place Best of WNC Winner for Physical Therapist and to PHYSIO Physical Therapy and Wellness Asheville for being voted Best Physical Therapy Practice in Western North Carolina for the 5th year in a row! Each year the Mountain Xpress, a local

3 things to do for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis What is it? The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes and supports the arch of your foot. If you strain your plantar fascia, it can get weak, swollen, tender and inflamed. Pain is presented on the heel and bottom of the foot and usually occurs when standing or walking. Plantar fasciitis is caused by straining the ligament that supports your arch and repeated strain or activity can cause

Sleeping after Orthopedic Surgery

Sleeping After Orthopedic Surgery One of the most common complaints after an orthopedic surgery is difficulty sleeping or just not being able to get comfortable enough for sleep. Sleeping after orthopedic surgery is a very important part of the healing process and our bodies need as much sleep as possible in order to keep us in a healthy state of healing. Here are a few pointers that may help with getting a good night’s sleep after your orthopedic surgery. Slings and Immobilizers