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Physical Therapists In Somerset

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Business Listing   Blue Grass Physiotherapy PLLC - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 678-5708


Business Listing   Intrust Healthcare LLC - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 676-0638


Business Listing   Kentucky Physical Therapy - Somerset - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 677-2006


Business Listing   Kinetic Kids - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 679-6638



Business Listing   Lifeline Home Health Care - Private Duty - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 676-0045


Business Listing   Somerset Active Day Center Rehabilitation - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 676-0808


Business Listing   Sports Medicine & Wellness Center - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 679-8005


Business Listing   Total Rehabilitation Center - Somerset, KY - Phone: (606) 679-1761


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Helpful Definition for: Physical Therapists

Physical therapists, also known as physiotherapists, are medical professionals, involved in the treatment of patients who have limitations in the movement of their body parts. The disabilities may be either caused due to accidents or any illness, or some may be suffering from the problem since their birth, called congenital defects. Physical therapists, in Somerset, specialize in different fields, which include orthopedics, pediatrics, paralysis, amputations, sports medicine, arthritis, etc.

The physical therapists of Somerset are responsible for developing exercises that help in improving the endurance and motor skills, strength of muscles of their patients. Many hospitals and health care facilities in Somerset have in-house physical therapists who provide treatment to the affected patients.

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