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    “I am so grateful for the amazing team at Camelback Sports Therapy”

    “I am so grateful for the amazing team at Camelback Sports Therapy. I walked in limping and in pain. I now leave pain free and with no limp. Everyone was so warm and welcoming. I truly felt that each therapist and assistant I worked with was genuinely invested in my healing and not just going […]

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    Adam’s Timeline

    December 16 Injury MRI revealed mild medial meniscus tear Decided not to have surgery February started playing soccer again March 15-19 skiing 5 days in Colorado. Great success! March 23 “Graduating!” – Adam Z.

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    “My experience here made a great difference. . .”

    “I will recommend CST highly. Katy – Excellent – instrumental in my overall success – caring and effective Lauren – Excellent – gets very involved and concerned with success Megan – Excellent as well – strong hands. really helpful and concerned with success Natalie – Excellent – Friendly – Effective and makes you feel better […]

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  • Leap into Spring

    Hoppy Spring! We’re going to leap right into this season with puns and other things you knee-d to know to prevent ACL injuries through preventative training including agility, strengthening, and mechanics in the program called Jocks Jump and other ACL prevention programs at Camelback Sports Therapy.   What is the ACL? The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) runs […]

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    “I can move, I don’t feel any pain anymore.”

    “Everything is good now. I can move, I don’t feel any pain anymore. The therapy was good with time. The heat and exercise was perfect. After each appointment I felt better than the beginning. Thank you!” – Pauline C.

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    “Washing my hair is a lot easier.”

    “Washing my hair is a lot easier. Reaching up is easier. Still need to use other for support. Able to reach top shelf on kitchen cabinet with little support with other hand. Before I could not. Carrying a glass or cup with left arm is easier for short distance. Over all I am doing things […]

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