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Hip Replacement & Injury Physical Therapy

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

CardioFlex Therapy is the top Physical Therapy for Hip & Pelvic Injuries. We work with all types of injuries, including Hip Pain, Pelvis Pain, Total Hip Replacements (THR), Dislocations, Osteoarthritis, Femur Fractures, Pelvic Fractures, Labral Tears, Labrum Tears, Tendinits, Bursitis, IT Band Pain, Pelvic Instability, Leg Length Difference, Strains, Sprains, Hip ORIF, and all Pre and Post Surgical Repairs.

Whether CardioFlex delivers physical therapy services in our brand new Outpatient Rehab Facility in Davie or in the home, our patients receive an individualized and specifically designed treatment session for a full hour with an experienced therapist from our staff. Our Davie Clinic is close to Cooper City, Weston, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Hollywood, Miramar, Fort Lauderdale, and Sunrise.

For Home Physical Therapy we travel to homes located in Broward, Dade, & Palm Beach counties.

Patients are consistently amazed at how much better they feel, and how quickly they can return to their activity of choice. Whether a patient was in an auto accident, injured at work, or suffered a sports injury, we have the expertise to treat them.

By having such a versatile approach, CardioFlex is a true leader in the rehab community.

For more info, please visit www.cardioflextherapy.com

About the Author

Terry Abrams

Terry Abrams is the President & Director of Physical Therapy for CardioFlex Therapy, a start-up company founded in 2005 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Delivering both Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy, CardioFlex Therapy’s Outpatient Clinic is centrally located in Davie, FL serving the towns of Cooper City, Weston, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Southwest Ranches, Hollywood, Miramar, Sunrise, & Fort Lauderdale. For Home Physical Therapy, CardioFlex sends its therapists to homes located in Broward, Dade, & Palm Beach counties. Google+

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