George W. Floyd

George attended Furman University where he was a vocal performance major and graduated with BA in music from Furman University in 1990. He graduated in 1995 from the Medical University of South Carolina with a BS degree in Physical Therapy and a Masters in Health Sciences. He continued his medical education and earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009 from the Medical University of South Carolina. He is currently the director of physical therapy at the Hendersonville office. He has a wife and two children. He also enjoys golfing, running and singing.

  • B.S., Physical Therapy Medical University of South Carolina 1995
  • M.H.S., Health Sciences Medical University of South Carolina 1995
  • DPT., Medical University of South Carolina 2009
  • Staff Physical Therapist. Thoms Rehabilitation Hospital. Asheville, North Carolina –Work Rehab and Pain management. 1995-1998
  • Physical Therapy Director. Thoms Sport and Spine Clinic. Asheville, North Carolina 1998-2000.
  • Staff Therapist. Blue Ridge Bone and Joint Physical Therapy Clinic. Asheville, North Carolina. 2000-2008.
  • Director of Physical Therapy. Blue Ridge Bone and Joint Physical Therapy Clinic Hendersonville 1998- present
  • Long term and Sub-acute care. I.H.S at Driftwood (March –April 1995)
  • Acute in-patient and Outpatient Orthopedic care The Regional Medical Center. Orangeburg, S.C (Jan-Feb 1995)
  • Sports Medicine and Outpatient Orthopedic care. Rehabilitation Centers of Charleston Mt. Pleasant, SC (June-July 1994)
  • State of North Carolina Physical Therapist License – 1995 –present
  • Active Release Techniques: Certified in Spine, Upper extremity, Lower extremity, Biomechanics, Nerve Entrapments, Masters level.
  • Mulligan Mobilization with Movement lower quadrant certification – 2009
  • Selective functional movement assessment. Level 1 2008
  • Submitted and was accepted to APTA Hooked on Evidence 1999 “In chronic low back pain, low level laser combined with exercise is more beneficial than exercise alone in the long term: a randomized trial” Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 2007 Vol 53, pp 155-160.
  • Research member of published abstract presented at National APTA conference 1994. “The effects of reduced relative frequency offered back on motor and learning in stroke patients”
  • Doctoral Presentation: Physical Therapy guidelines for return to playing golf as a functional goal following low back injury. Medical University of South Carolina May 1999