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Manual Physical Therapy – Painlessly Regain the Joy of Movement

At St. Louis Physical Therapy, our manual therapy experts are extensively trained to relieve your discomfort and increase your range of motion as quickly as possible. Using highly effective soft tissue manipulation and joint mobilization techniques to speed up healing and recovery, you’ll be on your way to moving easier in no time. Patients often experience improvements during their initial consultation – leaving with less pain and/or more range of motion after just one hour.

You’ll be amazed at the intricate, virtually pain-free therapy you’ll experience at STLPT. Patients are treated in a friendly, comfortable environment designed for optimal recovery.

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From head to toe, STLPT manual therapy experts can help you regain the movement you’ve lost.

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Workers’ Compensation

Return to Health. Return to Work.

St. Louis Physical Therapy understands employees are a company’s most valuable asset. Our highly trained manual physical therapists provide injured employees with individualized care specific to their work related injury, ensuring employees can safely return to work without delay. We guarantee timely, consistent, and thorough communication throughout the entire process. All parties involved will be fully aware of employees’ progress as they work closely with their assigned physical therapist.