10 Things Your Physical Therapist Wants You to Know
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You used to need a doctor’s prescription to visit a physical therapist. Now, you can often visit these muscle, bone and joint specialists first for noninvasive pain relief. Here’s what these specialists wish patients understood before they arrive at the hospital or clinic.

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