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Walnut Creek, California 94595
"My clinic specializes in general orthopedics, as well as patients with complex pain syndromes. I provide "one on one" care with an emphasis on manual treatment progressing to personalized exercise programs. Movement evaluation, gait analysis, postural training, work ergonomics, biomechanical assessment and home management are all part of our ongoing rehabilitation program designed to return patients to their maximum level of functioning. In my clinic, staffed by highly trained physical therapists with many years of experience,including therapists who have worked extensively with injured athletes as well as those with years of experience as Pediatric physical therapists."
Neuromuscular Therapy
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Walnut Creek, California 94595
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Neuromuscular Therapy
"My clinic specializes in general orthopedics, as well as patients with complex pain syndromes. I provide "one on one" care with an emphasis on manual treatment progressing to personalized exercise programs. Movement evaluation, gait analysis, postural training, work ergonomics, biomechanical assessment and home management are all part of our ongoing rehabilitation program designed to return patients to their maximum level of functioning. In my clinic, staffed by highly trained physical therapists with many years of experience,including therapists who have worked extensively with injured athletes as well as those with years of experience as Pediatric physical therapists."

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Neuromuscular Therapy (Neuromuscular Re-education) Physical Therapists
If you're looking for physical therapy neuromuscular in Walnut Creek or for a Walnut Creek neuromuscular physical therapists, or neuromuscular physical therapy Walnut Creek, these neuromuscular physical therapists in Walnut Creek are trained physical therapists.

How to tell if Physical Therapy is right for me?
Walnut Creek Physical Therapists have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.

Following an injury, a body part is often too damaged to get better on its own, but not so damaged as to require surgery. In such cases, the doctor will prescribe physical therapy so your injured body part can heal itself over time through the right movements and treatments.