Find relief from pain with physical therapy

Northern Physical Therapy

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) If you’ve ever been injured in a physical activity or at work, living with the pain can be hard. Luckily, it’s easier than ever to find relief with Northern Physical Therapy.

Michigan recently became the last state in the United States to allow people to access physical therapy treatment without a referral. Direct access to physical therapy helps empower consumers to take their health care into their own hands and be involved in the decisions that are being made about their health.

Physical therapy is a great option for people who are injured, living with pain, or limited from doing what matters most to them.

If you have suffered an injury or are living with recurring pain and are ready to try physical therapy, call Northern Physical Therapy at (616) 997.6172 and talk about your symptoms to see if physical therapy is right for you.

Northern Physical Therapy has a special offer for eightWest viewers. If you call to set up an appointment for physical therapy and mention they saw them on eightWest, you’ll get a free lumbar roll.

Northern Physical Therapy has locations in Cedar Springs, Grant, Coopersville, Sparta, and Wayland. They’re opening a new location in Grand Rapids in 2015.

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