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Oceanside Physical Therapy

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As a convenience for our clients, we are pleased to offer online appointment requests. Use this form to request an appointment, or you may call or email. Our staff will follow up with you to confirm your appointment date, time and other details within one business day.

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Our Services

At Oceanside Physical Therapy we look at the whole patient and design an individualized treatment plan to get at the root of your condition. Our one-one-one approach and comprehensive facility treatment options help patients like you to recover and become physically active again. We treat many orthopedic and sports injuries including:

  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
  • Hip Labrum
  • Shoulder Labrum
  • Tommy John (or UCL) Treatment
  • Rotator Cuff
  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction


Insurance Carriers

Oceanside Physical Therapy is constantly working with new insurers to accept as many plans as possible. Please contact your insurance carrier for details on your insurance plan coverage.

Accepted Carriers

Aetna / Beechstreet
Align Network
Champ VA
Florida Blue
• Blue Options
• Preferred Patient Care (PPO)
• Blue Medicare PPO
• Blue Medicare HMO
• Blue Care HMO
• Network Blue
• Go Blue
Oxford Health
United Healthcare



Bryan Graham, MPT is a licensed, experienced physical therapist and certified running coach committed to state-of-the-art care and dedicated to your success.



Bryan has the qualities that I look for in a therapist: he is intelligent, detail-oriented, and thorough. Bryan stays up-to-date on current techniques, demonstrates excellent judgement, and is progressive thinking. I give Bryan my highest recommendation.
Dr. Dominic Carreira, Orthopedic surgeon, Hip and foot specialist for the Miami Dolphins
In September of 2016 I committed to hiking the Appalachian Trial, and I knew there was a problem. Several years previously I had learned of a Labral tear in my left hip that had left me injury prone. I'm not sure when the tear happened, but like most things, it was likely a combination of nature and nurture. Years of aggressive physical activity and an imperfect body left me with systemic back and knee injuries that would take me out of commission for months at a time. On top of that, my hip was bone-on-bone and in the early stages of arthritis that likely would result in a full hip replacement before 50. Before embarking on a 2,200 mile hike, I knew this issue needed to be addressed. So I went to the person that I trust and has been helping me for years, Bryan Graham. He knew exactly what the problem was and got me an appointment with Dr. Carrera right away. We discussed a lot of things, but the number one issue was the recovery. I had planned to start hiking beginning of March and the surgery was now promptly scheduled for end of October. This left me just over 4 months to go from hip surgery to hiking over a marathon a day with 35lbs on my back. I committed to recovery and training full-time, and Bryan gave me every opportunity to succeed. I was diligent about doing the physical therapy exactly as prescribed and not missing a session, particularly the first 4-6 weeks post-op. I had help from friends and family because the early stages of recovery are not easy. I was never in pain, but I needed a lot of help from the people around me early on. Once I was back on my feet, Bryan built a training program that would get me ready for my hike. I was in his gym every day, and by February I had progressed from the Anti-Gravity treadmill to the Force (added resistance) treadmill. I was ready. On 5 March I started my hike from Springer Mountain, Georgia and on 9 October (less than one year from surgery) I finished on top of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. I hiked over 2,200 miles. I ate an incomprehensible amount of calories. My biggest day was 33 miles, and every bone and muscle in my body hurt except my hip. I know I would not have been able to complete my goals and live the life I wanted without addressing my hip. I look back now having completed a significant life goal with gratitude for Bryan, Dr. Carrera and all the people that helped for their contributions to my success.
Danny L., Patient
I went to see Bryan for hip, hamstring, glute pain in May 2015. My primary care doctor had ordered an x-ray with negative findings and referred me for physical therapy. I specifically requested to see Bryan Graham because I knew he had a reputation for treating athletes and I was anxious to get back to running as soon as possible. Bryan evaluated me and said he thought I probably had a torn hip labrum. I had an MRI, went to meet with Dr. Carreira, and scheduled surgery. On July 29, 2015 Dr. Carreira performed surgery to repair a torn hip labrum, deridement of a partially torn ligamentum teres, and capsular plication. He also diagnosed me as having Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Hypermobility Type. I started physical therapy with Bryan the next day. He and his office were awesome to work with from beginning to end. They went out of their way to schedule my appointments at a time that worked with my son’s school schedule. Bryan was patient and always available to answer questions and offer reassurance throughout the healing process. It is so clear that this is not just a “job” for him, but something he is truly passionate about, and his care and compassion are only surpassed by his outstanding level of expertise. After completing 16 weeks of rehab in his office, I was discharged to resume running. He continued to offer guidance when needed and answer questions when I reached out to him. 7 months after surgery, I am proud to say that I completed my first half marathon. 9 months post-op, I completed a trail half marathon and finished 16th overall female. More important than these accomplishments, I am now pain free. Things that used to hurt before surgery, like sitting on the ground to play with my son or driving long distances, no longer hurt. I am a better mother and wife because I no longer lose my temper due to constant underlying pain. I have absolutely no regrets in my decision to have the surgery and tackle the long rehab process because I have come out on the other side a much happier, healthier, stronger person. Thank you so much to Bryan Graham and the entire team at Oceanside Physical Therapy for helping me get here!
Kyla P., Patient
Bryan takes time to listen and really hear what’s happening with his patients. Knowing that Bryan is a runner like me, I knew he’d be able to help my condition. Now, I won’t go anywhere else!
Katie K., Patient
Bryan is a well respected physical therapist in the area. He is compassionate, diligent and our patient progress exceptionally well with his hands-on approach.
Dr. George L Caldwell, Jr. Orthopedic surgeon Head team physician for the Miami dolphins
I felt confident choosing Bryan Graham for my rehabilitation after labrum surgery. Bryan convinced me with his comprehensive knowledge of my condition and compassion. Oceanside would be my first pick, if I need a rehab program in the future.
Lee C. M., Patient
Oceanside Physical Therapy Testimonials