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Who Are Physical Therapist? 

So, who is YOUR physical or occupational therapist?  I sincerely hope it is a member of the staff here at Inspirit Therapy.  We would love to be your therapist for all of your needs—whether it is for something more recent (like a sprained ankle or a sore shoulder) or something that’s been going on for a long time (Headaches, back pain, or incontinence) we are here to help you.  We can also work with you on issues that aren’t painful—we can improve muscles that seem weak or uncoordinated, increase motion in your neck or hips, and advise you on fitness and wellness issues.  Maybe you’re ready to start at the gym and get in shape but want to know what exercises you can use to make sure you don’t injure yourself, or you want to progress that routine you’ve been doing for “forever”—we can help with those things.

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