knt Physical Therapy

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Address

9001 Wilshire Blvd Ste 102, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Phone number

310-596-7441

Category

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Doctors

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About knt Physical Therapy

***We don't accept Medi-cal or HMOs and we do not provide home health care!*** **No Medicaid** ***We do not provide pool therapy or occupational therapy.*** We are an independent, los angeles based physical therapy clinic with offices in beverly hills and encino, california. What do we treat? - chronic pain - neck injuries -general joint and muscle aches, pains, strains and sprains -specializing in back and neck pain with emphasis on manual, hands-on therapy and core stabilization -sportsmedicine injuries -post-op rehabilitation for all orthopedic surgeries -balance and gait abnormalities -motor vehicle accident injuries -neurological rehabilitation for stroke and spinal cord injury -general deconditioning with need for supervised exercise program -peripheral neuropathy -overuse injuries (carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, tendonitis) -worker's compensation injuries -injury prevention education -back care education- Back care education education, awareness, & empowering clients are at the forefront of our treatment approach . 0ur goal is to provide compassionate, research-based, diagnosis-specific physical therapy. At accelerated rehab, we treat all of our patients with respect, offering high-quality care in a timely fashion. Care consists of manual therapy and exercise techniques specifically tailored to meet the patient's needs. We strive to promote health and wellness, restore optimal function, and minimize pain. Accelerated rehab. Physical therapy maintains a philosophy that patients become symptom free as quickly as possible. We customize the physical therapy to meet the individual needs of our patients. It is the belief of the founders of bronx physical therapy, that the patient's movements that caused the pain, inflammation and limited motion must be identified and treated to assure that the condition will not return. Treatment goals of this practice are aimed at preventing the condition from recurring, as well as alleviating the exis

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