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Do YOU have a Physical Therapist?

Do you have a Physical Therapist?
by Heather Asti, MPT

You should! Stop letting everyday aches and pains keep you from doing what you love, call today and start living again.

Most women have a list of doctors ~ optometrists, cardiologists, gynecologists ~ whom they regularly visit to care for their eyes, heart, lungs, and so on. But who do you see when your “everyday” aches, pains and health problems keep you from doing what you love?

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Written by Michael Wacht

February 18, 2010 at 12:39 pm

Posted in Womens Health

HealthQuest Collects Crutches

HealthQuest Physical Therapy is collecting walkers and crutches for Haiti. Their goal is to send as many as possible on a relief plane to Haiti. HealthQuest Physical Therapy is located at 67962 Van Dyke in Romeo. Pictured are, from left, Don Felstow and Robb Aikens with the equipment already donated. Donations are required by Friday, Feb. 12.

(Article courtesy of The Romeo Observer,  photo courtesy of Johanna Baartmans)

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Written by Michael Wacht

February 18, 2010 at 11:10 am

Posted in Company News

Crutches and Walkers for Haiti Relief Effort – Extended

HealthQuest has extended collection of crutches and walkers to help the people Haiti for an addition two weeks. 

As you may have watched on the news, many of the injuries sustained during the earthquake will require crutches and walkers to help patients stay mobile while they heal.  Please drop off that extra pair of crutches or walker that sits in your closet for use in earthquake relief in Haiti.

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Written by Michael Wacht

February 1, 2010 at 4:18 pm

Posted in Company News, Events