Shoulder Separation Therapy and Treatment Boulder

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Shoulder Separation Therapy and Treatment Boulder

Locally owned and operated, North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC should be your first call when you need shoulder separation therapy and treatment in Boulder.  For over 25 years we have helped patients with all their physical therapy needs.

One of the most common injuries to the shoulder is AC separation which most commonly occurs as the result of a fall. Shoulder therapy and treatment will help with the healing process and joint movement. Our PT’s have your best interest at heart and offer caring compassionate care and treatment. 
 
As one of the largest privately owned PT clinics in Colorado, we have 20 physical and hand therapists.  You will receive the most up to date treatments in our 7000 square foot facility.  We are trusted by physicians, trainers and the University of Colorado as the only PT contracted there.  When you need shoulder separation therapy and treatment in Boulder, contact one of our two locations today.

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