Welcome to Primacare

Primacare Physical Therapy and Wellness is a 100% therapist owned practice. We treat a variety of musculo-skeletal and Non-surgical Orthopedic conditions as in low back pain, neck and shoulder problems, joint replacements, arthritis, knee and ankle injuries, tendinitis, sprains and strains. We have 4 locations serving Gwinnett County for all your Physical Therapy needs- Suwanee, Buford, Duluth and Lawrenceville

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Whats New at PrimaCare Rehab

Primacare Physical Therapy in Gainesville, GA

Primacare Physical Therapy announces its entry in Hall County with its new clinic in Gainesville, GA We will start seeing patient on October 1, 2014. More details to follow.

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Primacare Physical Therapy now accepts Humana X

Humana X

Primacare Physical Therapy now accepts all Humana products including Humana PPO, POS, HMO, Gold Choice HMO and Humana X in all its locations.

Primacare Physical Therapy now in Gainesville, GA

Primacare Physical Therapy announces the opening its new clinic in Hall County, GA. We will start seeing patients on October 1st. More details to follow.

Fitness May Help Ward Off Depression in Girls. Being in good physical condition likely to help boys avoid the blues too, expert says

By Tara Haelle

HealthDay Reporter

THURSDAY, Aug. 7, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The more fit middle-school girls are, the less likely they may be to develop symptoms of depression, according to a recent study.

Although the effect of fitness on depression was small, improvements in fitness may be part of an overall strategy for reducing the risk of depression in middle-schoolers, according to Camilo Ruggero, lead researcher and an assistant professor of psychology at the University of North Texas. Other strategies might include school-based or family therapy, which can both treat and help prevent depression in at-risk kids.

Physical Therapy a Good First Choice Before Surgery for Rotator Cuff Tears

Why get surgery if you don’t need it? Those who experience nontraumatic rotator cuff tears, for example, would do just as well with "conservative treatment" such as physical therapy.

That's according to a study published in Bone and Joint Journal ("Treatment of nontraumatic rotator cuff tears: A randomised controlled trial with one-year clinical results" – January 2014), which found that patients who received physical therapy alone for rotator cuff tears showed similar rates of physical improvement and patient satisfaction to those who received arthroscopic surgery or open surgical repair, combined with physical therapy.

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Rise in Obesity More About Inactivity Than Caloric Intake

t's no news that Americans have become more obese during the past 15 years, but a new study adds an interesting perspective—the dramatic gains may be almost entirely due to lack of physical activity, and not an increase in caloric intake.