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Avoid damage in the cartilage of joints through PT 

Listing ID: 2543
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Arthritis affects the cartilage of joints and most pain is due to wear and tear of your joints. It also causes inflammatory disorders which releases pain. This condition is made worse by a tightening of the tissue of the joint, loss of muscle strength supporting the joint and altered movement because of the range of motion problems. At Aquatic Occupational and Physical Therapy in the Greater Atlanta, our physical therapist focuses on restoring natural pain-free range of motion in your joints, improving muscular support and strength around your joints, enhancing joint balance and function, and teaching you what to do to protect your joints from further damage.
City: Atlanta
State: Georgia

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Listing ID: 2543

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