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Purposed Physical Therapy

Focused on providing one-on-one doctoral level care and innovative manual therapy techniques (soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, dry needling, cupping, graston, etc.), Purposed Physical Therapy helps you get better quicker. Our unique structure allows us to make each treatment longer (60 minutes per visit), which promotes faster recovery and fewer visits overall.

We are distinguished due to our effective outcomes working with the athletic population of Greenville and surrounding areas, with a focus on working with CrossFitters, dancers, runners, martial artists, and the school athlete. Dr. Denis is sought out nationally due to his experience working with collegiate and professional athletic organizations, as well as with the US and French Olympic teams in 2016!

We offer successful sports rehabilitation and sports performance. We are the acknowledged experts in orthopedic diagnoses and sports injuries with particular focus in enhancing your athletic prowess

You do not need a referral for the first 30 days to access our services, but a referral must be obtained within 30 days as a SC State Law to continue care. If you need help getting a referral from a doctor, we can help you with that! Because we are well respected, we know doctors in the Greenville area who do walk-in visits for our patients. No referral is EVER needed if you are being seen for Wellness! 

We are currently accepting 10 new patients a month with BLUE CROSS INSURANCE! Call us at (864) 881-1712 to find out if we are still accepting for each month. If you do not want to use your Blue Cross insurance, then we do provide wellness visits for a cheap cash rate!

You can also use your HSA or FSA to pay for any services here regardless of who your insurance provider it!

If you do not have Blue Cross, an HSA, an FSA, or are uninsured then you can still come see us! In those situations we provide either wellness or out-of-network services. Wellness cannot be submitted towards insurance. But with our out-of-network visits, you can submit your invoices towards your insurance deductible, and once met then towards reimbursement back into your pocket! This process is made easy with a app called Better (getbetter.co). We choose to be out-of-network with other insurances in order to provide the excellent quality we are known for in Greenville SC. In fact, it is actually cheaper for 90% of our patient to see us out-of-network rather than if they were to used their insurance benefits at another clinic! Call us at (864) 881-1712 and we can help you figure out the best options for you!

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