Just saying excellent or exceptional is not enough for the work done at this place. They are doing, in my opinion, more good to me and other customers than the above words mean! When politeness, good manners and cheerfulness are on their side “nothing will go wrong”. Special thanks to Jennifer, LaNea and Sarah who attended me and to Kristen & Lauren & Jenny at the front desk.




I would like to say how grateful I am for such caring staff. I look forward to going every time. I’m much closer to my goal. This is the place where they care about their patients and the therapists love their job.


Leigh Anne





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There are many things we can do to keep our bones healthy and strong.  But why is it important? Our bones support us and allow us to move. They also protect our brain, heart and other organs from injury.  Scroll through the side links to read more on bone disease - specifically osteoporosis - and most importantly, how physical therapy can help you if you suffer from bone disease.