5409 White Blossom Drive

Greensboro, NC 27410

paul@cedarhillpt.com

Tel: 336-644-9661

Fax: 888-268-1042

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Paul can help!
 

 

Paul Weiss, PT, Dip. MDT is highly skilled in the treatment of back, neck, and extremity pain.

 

Learn more about our unique clinic and see if Paul at Cedar Hill Physical Therapy is right for you.

 

“I’ve been to 60 different doctors and therapists for my chronic back and neck pain.  Three things stand out: you’re the only one who had anything positive to tell me, the only one who didn’t write me a prescription, and the only one who’s method has worked!  Paul Weiss did in 5 visits what a team of people couldn’t do in 11 years.” 

Mike S.

Greensboro, NC

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"I'd love to help you move better and feel better. Here's how we can do that together!" -Paul

“You rock!! You guys are an oasis of positive and compassionate care. I feel like I have a new lease on life thanks to Paul. You guys are magic and I am so grateful for you!” 

Katherine L.

Winston-Salem, NC

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Like many of you, I've been closely watching weather reports in an attempt to determine what Hurricane Florence may have in store for us. I've seen many suggestions for hurricane preparedness with lists that include everything from batteries and water to generators and MREs!

One item that always seems to be lacking on those hurricane preparedness lists is a way to safely move in strong winds and rain.

Here are 5 tips for walking...

When I was young, I dreamed of one day hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT). My father's family were from a small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains. On most visits to the area, we would go for at least one hike (at my insistence), whether it be on the many acres of family property or the established trails in Pisgah National Forest, including some sections of the AT. 

My great-grandfather lived about twelve miles south of where the...

Hi! This is Angie. Cedar Hill Physical Therapy's Practice Manager...and Paul's wife. I'd like to share a story that I think may resonate with some of you out there. 

In my 20s, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. It manifested in lethargy and severe joint and bone pain to the point I had to withdraw from university for a semester and spent most of my time in bed or a warm bath...

Early in my career as a physical therapist, at the suggestion of one of my mentors, I attended a seminar on the "McKenzie Method" of treatment of back and neck pain. During that week, I heard and saw things I did not know were possible. People with long-standing back and neck troubles found rapid, dramatic relief of their pain. They were being shown to manage these aches and pains on their own, with the emphasis being that the...

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