Dear Ms. Keller, I am writing this letter to you to express my deepest gratitude and appreciation. I want to especially thank you for taking out the time, finding the patience, and being understanding. In a situation such as mine; at this present time; it really does help. Your help, kindness and extra effort is a blessing and a comfort. This has been a wonderful staff to work with for therapy.


Sincerely yours, Renard J.



I came because of a back issue which has been recurring for years. The staff was able to set me up with a daily routine to help reduce the frequency of flair-ups as well as a tool kit of techniques for when the pain is more severe. I would highly recommend Therapy Unlimited to anyone experiencing chronic issues.


Robert S.





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The most common bone disease is osteoporosis. With osteoporosis, our bones become weak and are more likely to break and usually occur in the wrist, spine and hip.  Every day, our body breaks down old bone and puts new bone in its place. AS we get older, our bodies break down more bone than what we replace.  Because this happens over long periods of time and doesn't hurt, many of us aren't aware of our weak bone status and the first sign of osteoporosis is a break.