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I Can Do Physical Therapy For My Jaw?

When we think of outpatient physical therapy, we often picture people rehabilitating shoulders, knees, hips, and lower backs after surgery or accidents.  A little known fact is that physical therapy…

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We know that a physical rehabilitation plan may be daunting. That’s why we take a team-focused approach to help you regain your life through quality care, in-depth education and manageable…

Hear Our Patients’ Stories

We know that a physical rehabilitation plan may be daunting. That’s why we take a team-focused approach to help you regain your life through quality care, in-depth education and manageable…

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2015 Community Report

Because of your support, we have been able to help patients to reclaim their lives. Patients like Bethany who is pursuing her PhD in England, Eugene (who is planning a…

Mobility Matters: The Surprising Benefits Of Good Balance

Vestibular and balance disorders are complex conditions that require a team to assess, understand and treat. At Penn Therapy & Fitness, we work to restore function and balance in patients…

The Impact of Outpatient Therapy After Stroke

According to the American Heart Association, over 795,000 Americans are impacted by stroke each year, meaning on average a stroke occurs every 40 seconds. With a number this high, it…

Recovering from Receiving the Gift of Life

“I was just like you,” shares Marie about her sudden decline of health. “I was walking one day and breaking down the next.” Several months after being diagnosed with cirrhosis…