Cleveland Physical Therapy Associates

Cleveland Physical Therapy

At CPTA, we strive to provide exceptional care to promote healing in the lives of our associates, our patients, and our community.

CPTA has two locations in Cleveland County, NC: Shelby and Kings Mountain. The original Shelby practice is located in a 12,000 square foot facility, which houses an advanced wellness center and a pool. We offer a wide range of services including physical therapy, an aquatics program, a gait lab and personal training. State-of-the-art facilities and highly trained therapists allow us to provide a full continuum of care, ensuring the best possible results.

Cleveland Physical Therapy Associates Locations

Kings Mountain

(704) 739-5995

110 W King St, #9, Kings Mountain, NC 28086

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Shelby

(704) 471-0001

1129 East Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28150

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We want you to feel like family

Being in pain and having limitations in your activities can be discouraging and frustrating. We want you to feel valued and enjoy your experience in a comfortable and relaxed setting. With this in mind, we strive to create a meaningful and rewarding patient experience that results in an exceptional outcome.

Clinical Experience

Our therapists are highly trained professionals with over 150 years of combined experience. Many have Doctorate degrees, are board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialists, and have achieved advanced specialty certifications in orthopedic manual therapy.

Proven Methodologies

Research has shown that the implementation of evidence-based techniques and methodologies early in treatment results in better outcomes in a fewer number of visits.

We treat the root causes of pain, not just symptoms.

After a comprehensive examination is performed and the underlying problems identified, a customized plan of care is developed and implemented. We utilize a variety of highly skilled hands-on techniques in conjunction with patient education, individualized exercises, and various physical therapy modalities to restore normal function and decrease pain.

Knowledge is power

By educating our patients about their injury and the rehabilitation process, we empower them to take an active role in their recovery.