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Nizhoni Health Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Nizhoni Health Center

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(719) 495-0715

6825 Silver Ponds Heights Suite 104

Colorado Springs
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80908

Nizhoni Health Center is a business providing services in the field of Physical Therapists. The business is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. Their telephone number is 1 (719) 495-0715.

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Physical Therapists are paramedical professionals in Colorado Springs, who treat patients unable to move one or more body parts, by means of special exercises & therapies. They essentially treat patients who suffer from arthritis, accident injuries or are paralysed.


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