Healthy Holiday Special at PhysioBin
Physical therapists and PhysioBin owners Dan Schumann and Rachel Thiel are providing $20 off a one-hour appointment to patients that call and book a free discovery consultation. The special is valid through December 31. PhysioBin also offers gift certificates.
“The holidays are a busy time for many people, but they can be more enjoyable when you don’t have to worry about being in pain,” Schumann says. “This is an opportunity to care for yourself and others in your life. Our unique approach to physical therapy can help you end 2017 the right way. To be in good health is the best gift of all.”
Schumann and Thiel each hold a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, with advanced training as board-certified orthopedic specialists. Using longer appointments than traditionally found, they focus on helping their patients identify and overcome physical restrictions that are holding them back from enjoying life.
Locations: 11820 W. Ripley Ave., Wauwatosa; and 131 W. Seeboth St., Ste. 215, Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-459-1224 or 414-239-9771 or visit PhysioBin.com.
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