JOI Rehab Arlington
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JOI Rehabilitation/Physical Therapy Locations
JOI Arlington Rehabilitation is located just off I-295 on Monument Road in Jacksonville, FL.
Residents in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida are suffering from pain across their bodies. From back issues such as sciatica and scoliosis to joint pain like osteoarthritis, JOI has a physical therapy clinic that can help you recover. Our 12 locations specialize in orthopedic rehab to make a difference in your everyday life.
Physical Therapy in Jacksonville, FL
It doesn’t stop at Physical Therapy for JOI. We provide Occupational Therapy with the help of our fully licensed Occupational Therapists or OT’s. Our team doesn’t just want to help you recover from an injury; we want to help get you back to your favorite activities.
Most of our Occupational Therapists are Certified Hand Therapists which is a universal designation that is achieved after a high level of experience and knowledge in the field of upper extremity injury and rehabilitation.
With 12 locations spread across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, JOI has a location that can get you the help you need.
JOI Arlington Rehab Center
1301 Monument Road, Suite 14
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Appointment Line – 904.733.9948
Fax – 733.9984
Hours of Operation
JOI Rehab Arlington clinic offers Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Hand Therapy, Sports Rehab, DME or Bracing, Graston Therapy, KT Taping and Return to Sports Services. We work closely with your JOI Physician, but we also work with any physician who prescribes one of our services. Our goal is to return you to your prior level of function with good customer service.
Physical Therapy Services
Rehab Services: physical therapy, occupational therapy, hand therapy
- Back School
- Custom Splinting and Foot Orthotics
- Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
- Foot Management
- Hand Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Post-Operative Therapy
- Pre-Operative Programs
- Physical Therapy
- Spine & Back Educational Programs
- Sport Injury Rehabilitation
- Work Injury Rehabilitation
Mariah True, PTAAssociates in Exercise Science (University of North Florida) Physical Therapy Assistant (Florida State College of Jacksonville, 2019) Mariah True was born in Maine and has moved to several different states throughout the East, West, and Gulf Coast. For the past eight years Fernandina Beach, FL has been her home. Mariah graduated from Florida State College of Jacksonville in 2019 and became a licensed PTA in 2020. Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant, Mariah attained her Associates in Exercise Science from the University of North Florida. Mariah recently joined the JOI team in 2021 and is splitting her time between the Nassau, Arlington, and North clinics. In her free time she enjoys traveling, working out, and spending time with her family and friends.
Alex Bigale, PTA
Associate of Science in Microbiology and Cell Sciences (Chipola College, 2013)
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (University of Central Florida, 2016)
Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant (Florida State College at Jacksonville, 2017)
Alexander Bigale is a Florida native who grew up playing baseball. He went on to play baseball for Chipola College while earning his A.S. before transferring to the University of Central Florida to focus on his bachelor’s degree. Alex then decided to attend FSCJ to become a physical therapist assistant. Since becoming licensed, Alex has clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics, skilled nursing rehab, and balance/vestibular rehabilitation. Alex has been a member of the JOI rehab team since 2018.
Diana Cratem, OTR/L, CHT
Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy (Our Lady of the Rosary Bogota Colombia, 1990)
Diana Cratem has been an Occupational Therapist since 1990 and has worked in a variety of setting including Baptist hospital and JOI. She is also a Certified Hand Therapist since 2000. She continues to be an asset to this rehabilitation office with her knowledge of the functioning of the hand. Diana is also fluent in Spanish. She currently works at the JOI Rehab Arlington Physical Therapy Clinic.
Chad Evans, PT, MPT – Site Coordinator
Bachelor of Science, Health Education/Wellness (University of Florida, 1993)
Master of Physical Therapy (University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, 1999)
Chad Evans has been a licensed physical therapist since 1999. He has worked in a variety of outpatient settings. He is an original member of the JOI rehab team. Since 2009 he has been the Site Coordinator for JOI Rehab University Physical Therapy Office and has now transitioned to being the Site Coordinator at JOI’s Arlington office. He continues to stay up-to-date with the latest in orthopedic care while rooting for the Gators and Jags.
Linda Knight, Intake Coordinator
Linda Knight is along time resident of Jacksonville and graduated from Englewood High school, GO RAMS! Attended FSCJ. She has worked in the Rehabilitation front desk field for approximately 19 years. Linda previously worked for Healthsouth physical therapy. She joined JOI in 2008 and has worked in multiple JOI rehab locations. Linda received the Jim Harrison Award for Excellence in Customer Service in 2017. She enjoys spending time with her puppy dog Miss Rusty and taking cruises.
Katie Trumble, PT, DPT, ATC
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (University of North Florida, 2007)
Doctorate of Physical Therapy (University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, 2010)
Prior to joining JOI, Katie Trumble managed an outpatient clinic. She worked with people with various orthopedic conditions and helped with local high school athletics. She has worked in the outpatient setting since graduating from the University of St. Augustine, where she focused on manual therapeutic techniques and sports medicine.
In addition to treating patients at the Arlington rehab office, Katie Trumble is currently providing physical therapy treatment for the student-athletes at JU. She found her passion for physical therapy while playing soccer in high school, club, and collegiately, and still enjoys running, yoga, and Jaguars football. She is interested in pursuing certifications in manual therapy and orthopedic specialist.