Orange, CA


Pain relief is fast, permanent, and effective. Our team of experts is dedicated to making sure you get the results you need. Most conditions take only 2 to 8 treatments for complete alleviation of pain and symptoms.
Directed by Physical Therapist Grace Walker. Pain relief is fast, permanent, and effective.


Walker Physical Therapy accepts most major insurance providers and will work with you and your doctor to offer the highest level of care and assistance. Be sure to check our insurances page or contact our location to verify that your insurance is accepted.

Be Wary Of…

Many physical therapy clinics do not have your best interests in mind. Additionally, many may not perform their job to the standards expected of a professional physical therapist. Read our guide to learn what to be wary of!
Sciatica Pain Meets Physical TherapyAccording to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy,  physical therapy can offer the same results for patients with sciatica who have had spinal surgery. The academy reports from the British Medical Journal and states that studies have only shown short-term improvement in patients who have had surgery. After 6 months to 2 years, the difference between […]
National School Backpack Awareness Day: 5 Back-to-School Tips    Today, September 21st, 2016 is recognized as National School Backpark Awareness Day! Did you know that 64% of American students ages 11 to 15 years reported back pain related to heavy backpacks? Dr. Grace Walker, physical and occupational therapist, has a few tips to share with you to help you and your loved […]
Osteoporosis Research Analysis: Who, What and How You Can Prevent and Maintain With Physical TherapyDr. Grace Walker, nutritionist, physical and occupational therapist, is aware that osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disorder. Approximately 200 million people are affected by osteoporosis. What is osteoporosis? The National Osteoporosis Foundation explains, “Osteoporosis means ‘porous bone.’ Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too […]
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