PPTS has recently moved into the Jackson area into a beautiful, modern facility, located right across from the Henry Ford Allegiance Hospital. The facility is outfitted with state of the art exercise equipment, and the latest, most medically advanced, electronic modalities available today. PPTS Jackson Center provides Physical Therapy treatment for orthopedic conditions of the upper and lower extremity as well as comprehensive treatment of spinal disorders and injuries including neck and low back pain. We pride ourselves on the personal attention you receive at PPTS, and will work to address your orthopedic problems as promptly as possible, with a minimum of inconvenience to you.
Jackson Center Director
Cameron Griffith, PT, is a licensed Physical Therapist. He graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy in 1993 from the University of Sydney in Australia. Cameron has a total of 22 years of experience in the Physical Therapy field and came to America to assume a position as Physical Therapist and later Director of Physical Therapy at Doctor’s Hospital in Jackson MI. There, he was a Clinical coordinator for Physical Therapy students at Wayne State University, Davenport University, and Kellogg Community College.
For two years, at The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, he specialized in treating the spine, working with athletes, students, and faculty. He also instructed other health professionals on Maitland joint mobilization techniques, and Butler neuro-mobilization approaches.
Cameron was also a director for Healthsouth corporation where he helped establish a sports medicine facility in Indiana, and, in recent years, Director of SPORTS Physical Therapy and Ability Physical Therapy in Jackson, Michigan.