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ChoosePT's at-home self-assessment will get you thinking about your level of fitness. It can help you gauge your flexibility, balance, strength, and cardiovascular capacity. The six simple exercises are inspired by evidence-based testing used by physical therapists.

This assessment should not replace a formal evaluation by a physical therapist. If you have an injury or condition that limits your movement, a physical therapist can help. They also can or help you take your fitness to the next level. Physical therapists are movement experts. They improve quality of life through hands-on care, patient education, and prescribed movement.

For a full evaluation by a physical therapist in your area, use Find a PT.


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