Physical Therapist, DPT
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Santa Rosa, California 95403
"Are you tired of living with pain? Are you ready to get back to activities you love? Have you been told you have to "live with it" or that "it'll get better in time" but not been given a specific treatment plan? Have you tried physical therapy, chiropractic or massage treatments in the past and have not achieved significant results? Hello, and welcome to my private PT practice. I'm here to offer you a different patient-centered approach to get you better faster. It involves the combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise and a close partnership between patient and therapist. No assistants, no waiting, no nonsense. "
Orthopedics
Pelvic Pain
(707) 210-0782
Verified
Santa Rosa, California 95403
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Orthopedics
Pelvic Pain
"Are you tired of living with pain? Are you ready to get back to activities you love? Have you been told you have to "live with it" or that "it'll get better in time" but not been given a specific treatment plan? Have you tried physical therapy, chiropractic or massage treatments in the past and have not achieved significant results? Hello, and welcome to my private PT practice. I'm here to offer you a different patient-centered approach to get you better faster. It involves the combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise and a close partnership between patient and therapist. No assistants, no waiting, no nonsense. "

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How to tell if Physical Therapy is right for me?
Sonoma County 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.