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Default Benefits of Physical Therapy



Improved muscle strength and tone
Increased cardiovascular function
Increased strength and endurance
Increased range of motion and flexibility
Increased balance and coordination
Decreased swelling
Reduced stress
Increased circulation
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Hi.., Orthopedic injuries are injuries that involve trauma to a bone, such as a fracture, or trauma to soft tissue. People with these types of injuries often have limited mobility because of pain, weakness, and limited range of motion. Westchase Physical Therapy focuses on helping patients regain their strength and mobility so they can get back to living life.
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