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Whether it’s getting back to work, back to play or just being able to complete daily activities, Armor Physical Therapy will help you reach your full potential.

Our team of physical therapists will develop an individualized program to set you on the path to healing.

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“I returned to basketball after a torn ACL & Meniscus”

I was treated for a torn ACL and meniscus.  After working with the team I improved enough to be able to play basketball my senior year without surgery. Eric and the rest of the team motivated me to work my hardest while still making PT fun.

Amanda L.
“I Got My Life Back!”

After undergoing a significant back surgery, involving a quadruple spinal fusion, I was experiencing a good deal of pain and stiffness. Working with the people at Agility and their methodical regimen of treatment and recommended exercise plan, I have pretty much gotten my life back. Thank you Stacie and Heather.

William S.
“My Recovery Was Their Priority!”

Can’t imagine getting care like this anywhere else! I have been here for an ongoing ankle injury and vertigo. The team here goes above and beyond to make sure my recovery is of the utmost priority. The environment is so positive, and I am so very thankful for this place! I won’t go anywhere else!

Nancy Z.

HEALTHY SOLUTIONS FOR A PAIN-FREE LIFE

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Lower Back and Pelvic Pain
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The broad answer is that the lower back and pelvic area are connected by nerves. This means that an issue in one area...

Knee Sports Injury
Three common sports injuries to the knee

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