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Physical Therapy in Kentucky

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You can see a physical therapist for evaluation and treatment without a physician's referral.

Physical Therapy in North Carolina

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You can see a physical therapist for evaluation and treatment without a physician's referral.

Physical Therapy in New York

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You can see a physical therapist for evaluation and treatment without a physician's referral.

Physical Therapy in Massachusetts

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You can see a physical therapist for evaluation and treatment without a physician's referral.

Physical Therapy in New Mexico

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You can see a physical therapist for evaluation and treatment without a physician's referral.

Physical Therapy in Michigan

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You can see a physical therapist without a referral for evaluation, fitness and wellness services, and, in some cases, treatment.*

Almost Half of Babies Have Flat Spots

Jul 13, 2013 / Did You Know?

Putting babies to sleep on their backs helps prevent sudden infant death syndrome, but it may have led to an increase in flat spots on babies' heads. If caught early, it can be addressed to prevent possible developmental delays.

30-Minute Home Strengthening Program

Apr 10, 2020 / Health Tips

Maintaining your body’s muscle strength is important for your overall health and well-being. This strengthening program, provided by physical therapists, offers three different levels, depending on your fitness, age, and desired challenge.

Beginning Low Back Pain Treatment With Advanced Imaging Leads to Higher Total Costs

Apr 7, 2015 / Did You Know?

The first steps a patient takes in seeking treatment for back pain can greatly affect the total cost of care.

CDC Recommends Physical Therapy and Other Nondrug Options for Chronic Pain

Mar 16, 2016 / Did You Know?

With the overuse and risks of opioids for the treatment of chronic pain, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends nondrug approaches such as physical therapy to manage chronic pain.