Havertown Physical Therapy Neck & Back Pain Rehabilitation Services Launched

Havertown physical therapy center Penn Therapy Associates announced a service update for clients in Havertown, Wynnewood and the surrounding areas. Clients benefit from a complimentary consultation and personalized treatment plans for neck and back pain, sports injuries, tendonitis, spinal dysfunctions and other conditions.

Havertown, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Penn Therapy Associates, a professional physical therapy center based in Havertown, launched an updated range of services for clients looking for physical rehabilitation, injury recovery, and complete orthopedic injury treatment. The company currently provides free consultations for patients looking for professional advice and custom treatment from a physical therapist.

More information can be found at http://penntherapy.com.

According to the physical therapy center, the complimentary consultation is ideal for anyone experiencing pain, weakness and other symptoms in their muscles, joints or spine. During the consultation, a professional physical therapist will assess the general orthopedic condition of the client and offer practical advice and home treatment tips, if necessary. The consultation generally lasts approximately 30 minutes.

Clients interested in full-service physical therapy solutions can contact the clinic for individualized treatments. Penn Therapy Associates specializes in a variety of therapeutic procedures, including manual therapy, sports rehabilitation, post-surgical care, pain management and many others.

The clinic has years of experience treating patients with a wide range of conditions such as sprain and strain injuries, tendonitis, sports injuries, spinal dysfunctions, fractures and neurological conditions.

The recent service update is part of the company’s efforts to provide affordable, professional and convenient physical therapy services for clients in Havertown, Wynnewood, Milbourne and other areas in and around Philadelphia.

A satisfied client said: “As someone who has chronic back problems, I have a history of success using Penn Therapy Associates. Bob Otto, MPT and the staff at Penn Therapy Associates have distinguished themselves on more than one occasion in my situation. They have demonstrated initiative, enthusiasm, professional ability, and keen foresight in doing what was necessary to get me back in shape. My recovery on each incident can be directly attributed to the excellent staff at Penn Therapy Associates.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Bob Otto
Email: penntherapy@comcast.net
Organization: Penn Therapy Associates
Address: 2010 West Chester Pike #450, Havertown, PA 19083, United States
Phone: +1-610-853-0508

For more information, please visit http://penntherapy.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300564

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