Pro-Health Physical Therapy
Proudly serving the South Bay for over 20 years
Welcome to Pro-health Physical Therapy
We don’t simply treat the symptoms, we address the cause of the injury or condition. Our goal is to help our patients become pain-free, return to their prior level of function, and prevent acute injuries from becoming chronic conditions.
Pro-Health Physical Therapy specializes in orthopedic, sports, and manual therapy. It is our goal to provide services that satisfy and improve the lives of our patients. At Pro-Health Physical Therapy you will find therapists and staff who have a passion for what they do and compassion for those they meet.
Pro-Health Physical Therapy believes physical therapists should always incorporate a “hands-on” manual therapy approach to treating patients. We believe that our role is to thoroughly evaluate each patient to identify the problem or cause for pain and limitation. This allows us to treat our patients effectively through a combination of manual therapy and exercise.
“We offer superior quality care because our therapists have outstanding education and extensive experience, and because we spend more time one-on-one with each patient.”
Specializing in a variety of physical therapies, we will help you reach your recovery goals
Extended hours to better serve you
Monday-Friday: 7:30 am to 7 pm Saturday: 8 am to 4 pm
In-Network Provider for most insurance plans and Medicare
Contact us today!
We Know what it's like, we have recovered from injuries too.
Pro-Health Physical Therapy Blog
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