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Sports Medicine Therapy Boulder

As an athlete, if you have been injured it’s important to return to your sport as soon as possible.  Locally owned and operated, North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC provide sports medicine therapy in Boulder.  For over 25 years, are specially trained staff has helped patients with their physical therapy needs.

After a physical therapy evaluation, a sport specific rehabilitation program is put into place. We take into account that each individual athlete has unique strengths and weaknesses.  Our sports medicine therapy rehabilitation includes; speed and agility work, Plyometric Core strength training, weight lifting education, interval training and more.
 
As one of the largest privately owned PT clinics in Colorado, you will receive the most up to date treatments in our 7000 square foot facility.   We have 20 physical and hand therapists on staff.  We are trusted by physicians, trainers and the University of Colorado as the only PT contracted there.  If you are looking for sports medicine therapy in Boulder, contact one of our two locations today.
 

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