Looking For Professional Physical Therapy Services In Portland?
Portland locals in need of professional and reliable physical therapy services can find the services they need at Renew Physical Therapy. The team at Renew Physical Therapy is eager to help Portland locals renew their bodies and eliminate pain. We accomplish this task without introducing further pain, as it is an important part of our clinic philosophy to offer Portland patients pain-free physical therapy.
Portland Locals With Chronic Pain Seek Help At Renew Physical Therapy
Portland locals, if you suffer from chronic pain you do not have to submit yourself to suffering through it. At Renew Physical Therapy, we treat many individuals who suffer from chronic pain. Our team is experienced and eager to help you figure out how to manage your chronic pain.
How Does Renew Physical Therapy Treat Chronic Pain?
Treatment for chronic pain will vary from patient to patient. First, we determine anything that might be contributing to the chronic pain, such as biomechanical factors or lifestyle factors. By continually examining and re-examining these factors, we are able to come up with a program that best suits each individual Portland patient. We aim to help you improve your quality of life by getting your chronic pain down to a more manageable level. Visit Renew Physical Therapy today and we’ll work on your individualized, personalized treatment to reduce chronic pain. Call in to learn more about physical therapy for chronic pain and our other physical therapy services!
Renew Your Body At Renew Physical Therapy
Renew Physical Therapy is an independent manual physical therapy clinic that was established in December 2015 by Michael and Heidi Cantwell. Our facility features three private treatment rooms and an open gym area to treat all our patients’ needs. If you’ve suffered from chronic pain, an auto or work–related injury, or any other issues allow us to help. See our full list of services to see the types of physical therapy we offer. You can find us at 11010 SE Division Street in Portland, Oregon.