Gresham Locals Trust The Team At Renew Physical Therapy
Renew Physical Therapy in Portland has proudly served those in need of professional and reliable physical therapy services – and our team is eager to welcome those near the Portland area to come try our services. If you live in Gresham or Happy Valley, choose Renew Physical Therapy for your physical therapy needs. We’re proud to bring pain-free physical therapy to those who need it.
Gresham Locals, Do You Suffer From Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain conditions can be difficult to cope with. The Renew Physical Therapy team is here to make coping with chronic pain easier for Gresham locals. If you live in the Gresham area and suffer from chronic pain, don’t hesitate to visit Renew Physical Therapy.
What Is Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain can be defined as any type of musculoskeletal pain or symptom that has been present for longer than 6 months. The causes of chronic pain and where the pain is felt can vary greatly from person to person. That’s why here at Renew Physical Therapy we offer personalized treatments based on your particular needs.
Begin Your Assessment Today
At Renew Physical Therapy, treatment for chronic pain starts with a thorough subjective interview and physical examination. We will regularly assess and re-assess your condition to assure we are providing the best care to help you cope with your chronic pain and bring it down to a manageable level. Don’t wait – call on Renew Physical Therapy today to learn more about how we can help with chronic pain.
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.