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We offer various Physical Therapy Services
We are proud to offer a wide range of comprehensive services to meet the needs of adults, seniors, and pediatric patients. Our team of professional caregivers specialize in providing personalized medical care, rehabilitative therapy and companion assistance.See all Services
A&M Therapy, created in the fall of 2006 is local and therapist owned providing the best rehabilitation services in Central Brevard.
The office has served various patient populations including acute patients post surgery, those entering the twilight of their lives requiring balance training, as well as athletes from the professional, college, and high school ranks. “Our vision is to provide quality, individualized therapy and quick return to function for all our patients.
Our vision is supported by a team of medical practitioners who entrust their patients’ Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy care to A&M Therapy. Following only the highest of ethical standards, our patients come to us with confidence knowing they will receive the greatest of care.” ~Amado Mendoza
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Dr. Amado Mendoza DPT, PT graduated from the University of Manitoba Physical Therapy program and received his Doctor of PT from Utica College. Amado chose PT because it fulfills nine of the most important life goals he set for himself. Traveling is also one of those goals and his favorite place to visit is Banff Alberta Canada. One of the quirky things he does is sing karaoke when on a cruise. His favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers.Read More
Andreas graduated from Aurora University in Illinois with a Bachelor's in Health Sciences. He loves to spend time in the ice rink to play ice hockey, a sport he has played for over 20 years. He also enjoys being by water, such as the ocean, rivers, and lakes. He chose to work for a therapy clinic because he wants to eventually become a physical therapist himself. "I want to become a physical therapist because when I played ice hockey, I had my share of injuries which eventually got me interested in recovery and injury prevention."Read More
Dr. MacKenzie Lane, DPT, PT graduated from the University of Saint Augustine. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology for Florida State University. Mackenzie became a PT to be able to help and heal people in a more holistic way. She has experience in many fields from pediatrics, sports, and orthopedics. In her spare time she likes to stay active by either working out or spending time outdoors.Read More
Brandon attended Eastern Florida State College and received both an Associate's degree for Physical Therapist Assistant as well as a Bachelor's degree in Advanced Allied Health. In his free time he loves to do anything that keeps him active. As a former gymnast, he loves to do flips, rock climbing, and training for the TV series American Ninja Warrior. His favorite place that he has visited is Crossville, Tennessee, where he attended a a gymnastics camp called Flip Fest and was trained by Olympic athletes. "The reason I chose physical therapy is because I have been a patient many times myself. Physical Therapy was the only thing that helped to improve my function and get me back to being an athlete again."Read More
Lauren graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) for her undergraduate degree. She then obtained her Occupational Therapy Degree from the LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. In her spare time Lauren loves to play the piano, guitar, and ukulele to join with her Cajun French Heritage. Her favorite places to visit have been Rome and the Caribbean! Her favorite sports teams to follow are whatever her kids are playing: swimming, football, wrestling, volleyball, gymnastics, dance... She also love to watch LSU and Saints football. "I chose Occupational Therapy because I love to be able to help people live life to the fullest and have the best quality of life they can achieve."Read More
Sam graduated from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She then received her Associate's for Physical Therapist Assistant from Edison State Community College. Her favorite superhero is Captain America, followed closely by Spider-Man. She also loves visiting Gatlinburg, Tennessee because she is secretly a mountain girl. "I became a PTA because I like helping people and staying fit...combine the two and you get physical therapy!"Read More
Carolyn graduated from Florida College of Natural Health Massage Therapy program in order to become a licensed massage therapist, and she has over 10 years of soft tissue and manual therapy experience. When she has free time, she loves to go fishing, kayaking, boating, and shopping. The Florida Keys are her favorite place to visit because she finds them to have great vibes, a relaxing environment, and a great escape from typical work days. "I became a massage therapist because I am passionate at helping to improve the quality of one's life. There is so much power and healing in something as simple as the human touch."Read More
Emily graduated with her Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Eastern Florida State College. In her spare time she likes to go to the beach as well as fishing with family and friends. Her favorite vacation was her trip to Puerto Rico where she snorkeled reefs, hiked in the El Yunque rain forrest, and discovered hidden waterfalls in the mountains. After witnessing her mother recover from two major car accidents, Emily was inspired to learn how to care for others. "I watched how she was able to rehabilitate herself with holistic methods. This along with my interest in anatomy and physiology made working in the field of physical therapy a perfect career choice for me."Read More
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“I’m feeling much better now than when I started coming here. The staff here make you feel like family and I’m talking about everyone here. Super great staff.”G.M.
“Absolutely! When I first started I couldn’t sleep, could barely walk or stand upright. Now I feel 100% better and can walk, sleep, work, bend, and stoop without pain. The staff was professional, courteous and knowledgeable. They are genuinely concerned about their patients.”J.H.
“Before, I couldn’t walk without a limp and a lot of knee pain. Now, I walk a lot better and feel stronger. A very friendly group.”D.O.
“I had restricted neck and shoulder movement and vertigo. Physical therapy increased my ability to move and I have no more dizziness.”D.C.
“I came for physical therapy because I was unable to walk very far without pain. After physical therapy, I am much stronger and more stable. Everyone was very friendly and helpful.”M.C.
All major Insurance accepted: Medicate, Tricare, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna. We also accept automotive insurance: Geico, State Farm, and more.