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By: Violet C.
Livewell Physical Therapy
I have been a client at Live Well for the past couple of weeks, while recovering from a car wreck. I have experienced top-notch service from very friendly helpful, professional people. Luz and Joshua (the therapists) have been wonderful. I am getting my range of motion back with decreasing pain each week. Thank you, Live Well!
By: markstrauss
Balance Dizziness & Physical Therapy Clinic
A friend highly recommended this clinic for me to get relief fom vertigo which I had for 15 years and it worked. Treatments were very effective and the staff were very professional and caring, they go above and beyond to make me feel comfortable. I would highly recommend this clinic to anyone in need of therapy services.
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By: Lori B.
Golden Triangle Physical Therapy
Hands down the nicest and most helpful group of people! I wanted to continue to go even when my referall expired. Great practice and great group of people.
By: txflik
Livewell Physical Therapy
This is my second time at this clinic. Not sure circumstances of last 2 post. Very professional. Good practice. Highly recommended.
By: txmom80
Sante Pediatric Services
its a great company. They do speech therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy for kids
By: Michael S.
Pediatric Rehabilitation of Texas
Very professional business with one on one child care.
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