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07/28/2015
By: Google U.
San Antonio Center for Physical Therapy
I've been to a few Physical Therapy Centers over the years, but nothing compares to San Antonio Center for Physical Therapy! The staff is second to none. They are super friendly, and ready to help in any way possible.I really enjoyed all of my visits. It felt like I was working out with friends! Brian Nietz is an amazing Doctor of Therapy. He is very knowledgeable, professional, and an absolute blast to be around. I am a 40 year old athlete. A few months ago, I tore some ligaments around my ankle to go along with previous ankle injuries. My ankle was in pretty bad shape. The first doctor I went to said I needed multiple surgeries to repair the damage, and that I would never walk again. So I went for a second opinion. This time the doctor recommended Physical Therapy. To make a long story short, I went to San Antonio Center for Physical Therapy, and here I am playing basketball a few months later. Running and jumping after the first doctor said it wasn't possible. I will be forever in debt to Brian and his staff for literally getting me back on my feet! They are truly the best Physical Therapy Center in town!
04/10/2013
By: sarah.rice.135
San Antonio Center for Physical Therapy
Get here and get here fast!! Dr.Brian and his staff are the most professional and fun and caring people! They care about the patient and getting the patient up and were they would like to be! The link to my success! Thank you for caring!
06/09/2010
By: felipe50
Alamo Lung Institute
This Doctor is simply the best. He handles my Sleep Apnea & COPD. He also is instrumental in getting my wife diagnosed with a rare cancer before it was too late to treat and she is alive today to his credit!
07/12/2017
By: Skip H.
Healthlink
Great Personal Professionalism and my Therapist Brian is Thorough, Friendly and Caring!!!! The facility is great as well!!!
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Bronchitis is an illness caused by a viral infection in which the lining of the bronchial tubes in the lungs become inflamed, causing reduces airflow capabilities to and from the lungs. Primary symptoms of bronchitis and acute bronchitis are chronic or persistent cough, and coughing up mucus. These can also be symptomatic of other respiratory conditions, so be sure get a correct diagnosis from your physician. Bronchitis is easily treatable and can take a few days or even weeks to fully recover depending on the strength of the strain, time of diagnosis and the person’s health and recovery abilities. You can treat bronchitis on your own without medical attention, assuming it is not an extreme condition.
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