Therapists who provide excellent treatment and deliver quality care every day is why we are so proud. The following are excerpts from numerous follow-up letters and notes from actual patients. These have been included to provide real-life validation of how Fyzical™ helps clients reclaim their life back. Love Your Life! Get Fyzical™.
A big thanks to everyone who took the time to share your successes. Your kind words and descriptive results are providing prospective clients with an honest assessment of our staff and treatments.
Without you there can be no triumph. Because physical therapy without the client is only intent in want of involvement. However inspired, it is like rain without water, only a hope. Because you love your life, your independence, your day… we exist.
We exist to Repair and Rejuvenate. This is our mandate. Thank you for allowing us to rejoice with you through these testimonials.
Fyzical DPT Alex Altamiranda was featured on WebPT's blog discussing BodyQ, an integrated testing program addressing movement, function, general health, vision, hearing, balance, and recovery provided by Fyzical. Its primary function is to save you injury and damage down the road. The test will also help you in other ways, whether you want to increase your energy levels, recover from injury or illness, run your first 5K, lose 10 pounds, or just feel stronger. BodyQ testing can jump start you on the way to achieving your goals. See the blog Alex was featured in below:
"Today’s blog post comes from Alex Altamiranda, clinical director at Fyzical in Sarasota, Florida. Follow him on Twitter @SportsDPT.
At this year’s APTA conference in Salt Lake City, the House of Delegates adopted a new vision for the physical therapy profession: “Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience." One way that PTs can begin to “optimize movement” is to promote the need for annual physical therapy assessments. This is one of the APTA’s current initiatives; on the APTA website, you can offer suggestions as to what you believe should be a part of a physical therapy annual assessment........... (READ MORE)"