After physical therapy now I have two functioning knees!!! I feel ten years younger. Great practice - great caring people. Thanks for everything!
- Carol F
I feel very much improved with regard to my chronic right knee problem. I think that this clinic is very well equipped, the personnel are very professional and friendly. I would recommend it to anyone needing therapy.
- Richard H.
Thanks Promotion Physical Therapy for returning me to my very active life. I now have full range of motion again with no pain. What a turnaround! Your professionalism, care, and concern are of the very highest standards!
- Kathy L.
Until I received physical therapy from Promotion Physical Therapy, I was unable to fulfill the needs of my customers without excruciating pain. Now I have no lower back pain, even with the requirements of my profession.
- Doug M.
After my accident at the Houston Marathon and the subsequent 8 weeks of intense pain, I had decided I was done running. But since my physical therapy with Promotion Physical Therapy, all that has changed. I am back to running 3.5 miles, 3 times a week, and I am pain free. I now look forward to the next marathon season.
- Gayla A.
After 2 years of knee pain, I now have Zero knee pain! I'm back to rock climbing, running, and lifting weights! The therapists are very hands on, motivational, and extremely knowledgable. No other Physical Therapist has ever given me these results! Thank you Promotion Physical Therapy!
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