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Places for physical therapy in Salt Lake
Recently received a new acl and now is time to get er moving. Anyone have any recommendations preferably in the hollday/murry/cottonwood area. A google search of PT in my zip code yielded a ton or results so im trying to narrow it down
haven't been there yet personally (i do need to get some shit checked out ASAP) but the orthopedic specialty hospital (TOSH) which i believe is in murray is supposed to be the best pretty much anywhere. i assume they do PT and know what they are doing. i had a good experience at the U fixing up my broken leg this summer too.
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canyon sports therapy on highland the guy is real good and has helped me many times hes also a very good bootfitter. he also works with some olympic athletes and what not.
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My friend is currently in physical therapy for a knee injury, ill ask him where he is going
i went to avenues sports therapy and brent hamblin was super great, but it's not in the area you're looking for.
just ski down there and jump off something for cryin out loud!
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shameful plug for where i work at. intermountain memorial clinic, address is 2100 s 900 e. I'm an MA in the urgent care but I know a lot of the physical therapists and they are great people who are great at their job. recommend it for sure, right in the heart of sugar house. alway accepting new pts. i am not sure on how long the waiting list is, google the location and you should find the # for the pt department. good luck with it all regardless where ya go.
you broke that leg spring of '10 up at snowbird on little cloud last year? i think i remember seeing your thread, you hit that cliff lookers left at the beginning of the lift below regulators johnson right? i recall you offering me some skis to use at one point around that accident. karmas on your side, good to hear its better man.
if you're still looking, i 2nd TOSH. i went there when i tore a quadriceps muscle and they were absolutely incredible. TOSH is probably the best or one of the best not only in utah, but in the west, they've worked with a TON of professional athletes and people like me, so they have experience with everything on the spectrum.
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