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At every appointment, you will:

  • hear your name and be greeted with a smile
  • use your time effectively
  • be pushed (within limits, of course) by your physical therapist
  • gain confidence

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dosing for levitra 1The Advanced Training Specialist (A.T.S.) course takes up to 2 weeks to complete and trains PTs at a level far above the industry standard in exercise therapy. Specifically, PTs learn how to apply biomechanics, sports medicine and neuroscience principles to exercise prescription in a manner that minimizes joint stress and time commitment yet maximizes therapeutic benefit, all of which are neglected in PT schools. The course has been taught multiple times through the American Physical Therapy Association, Oregon Physical Therapy Association and American Council on Exercise. To our knowledge, we are the only PT clinic in Oregon with this level of required training.

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