Little Rock Office
  10014 N. Rodney Parham, Suite 103
  Little Rock, AR 72227
  Phone: 501-224-5454
  Fax: 501-224-5460

Monday-Thursday: 8:00-6:00
Friday: 8:00-12:00

North Little Rock Office:
  4540 JFK Blvd
  North Little Rock, AR 72116
  Phone: 501-758-5555
  Fax: 501-758-5941

Monday-Thursday: 8:00-6:00
Friday: 8:00-12:00

Cabot Office:
2251 Bill Foster Hwy  Suite B
Cabot, AR  72023
Phone: 501-941-3320
Fax: 501-224-5454
Pelvic Pain and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Pelvic Pain
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Women's Health
Women's Health
Prenatal and Postpartum Care
Prenatal/Postpartum Care
Men's Health
Men's Health
Services for ChildrenServices for Children
Welcome to Advanced Physical Therapy
(Little Rock , North Little Rock, and Cabot)
Orthopedic and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

 We are accepting new patients at all Clinics!

In order to better serve the Central Arkansas community, we have opened a new clinic in Cabot and are  currently accepting new patients. Call 501-941-3320 to schedule an appointment today!

Samantha Cheatham and Sandra McDonald are now certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN). Ask your therapist if this treatment option is right for you!

At Advanced Physical Therapy of Little Rock and North Little Rock our focus is on providing patient-centered, outcome oriented and scientifically based treatment for general orthopedic problems, prenatal and postpartum conditions, and pelvic floor dysfunction for men, women and children of all ages. We are the only clinic in the state that specializes in treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction and prenatal /postpartum conditions. Our staff is dedicated to providing quality care in a warm and compassionate environment in order to assist patients in the improvement of their quality of life.

Pelvic floor dysfunction refers to conditions that involve the muscles in the pelvic floor and surrounding vaginal or rectal area when they are not functioning "normally". Patients may present with weakness or low tone in the muscles or muscle spasming and increased tone. Symptoms may include pain, urinary and/or fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and sexual dysfunction. Millions of Americans suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction and are often left untreated due to improper diagnosis or lack of knowledge regarding available treatment options. Physical therapy treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction is well documented and is often cited in the medical literature as the first line of treatment for many conditions. We have provided a tab called  "Common Conditions"  where you may find descriptions of many of the problems that we treat in our facility. Please browse through our website for additional information and if you have further questions please contact our staff at 501.224.5454

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