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“Before I came here I was very sick and Barry and Kat were fantastic. Barry’s hands were well versed and Kat’s knowledge was outstanding. Thank you very much. Now I am pain free.”
- Hermine H.
“The reason why I came to this physical therapy office is because I had some numbness to the right arm. After finishing and meeting all of my exercises and therapy with help from the therapists, I feel much better. The numbness is going. I would refer any friends to come in to this physical therapy office and I would return if I had to. Kathy and Barry and all of the other staff treated me good. Thank you to all of you.”
- Mary N.
“The reason I came to PT is that I was in a car accident and was injured. I thank God for Kat and Barry helping me to heal and get my back and leg to 100%. I would return to this practice. I kind of already have. Kat has been my physical therapist before. She is awesome and I love her as a person. Everyone who works in this practice is so nice and is ready to help you with anything you need. I would refer all of my family and friends here.”
- Lisa W.
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