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Allied Health, Physical Therapy / Rehabilitation, Pediatric

  • Pediatric Therapy, Orthopaedic Physiotherapy, Sports Health, Neurological Rehabilitation, Geriatric Rehabilitation
Location(s):
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Santa Paula, CA, USA
  • Oxnard, CA, USA
  • Camarillo, CA, USA
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At Two Trees Physical Therapy & Wellness, our fun and energetic team is dedicated to creating and providing a comfortable and caring environment. Our mission is to provide compassionate, personalized, and revolutionary treatments that help our patients regain function by decreasing pain and improving strength and confidence. We first work to understand our patient’s history and individual needs, and then work together with them to maximize results, ensuring a safe and quick return to a high quality of life. We specialize in providing revolutionary treatment programs to get our patients better as quickly as possible.

We can Help if you or your child are; limited by pain, injury or developmental delay. Our facilities, expertise, and commitment will help restore the quality of life you, or your child, deserve better than the status quo Don’t put it off. The longer you wait the more serious you or your child’s problem may become.

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