Physical Therapist in Boulder

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Physical Therapist in Boulder

Whether you have an injury, or you have just had surgery and are looking for a physical therapist in Boulder, North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation has what you need. Our experienced physical therapists have advanced training in manual physical therapy.

A physical therapist can help the recovery process by helping the patient become stronger, relieve their pain and help them regain the use of the injured area. We will perform an extensive evaluation f your condition. We then apply modern treatment techniques on a state of the art equipment. An outstanding physical therapist will make your rehabilitation a positive experience.

As a physical therapist in Boulder, we make it a priority to educate our patients about their procedure and the healing process involved to give them the tools to put them on the road to recovery. 

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