We Help Athletes and Active Adults Quickly Recover From Pain Or Injury So They Can Stay Active And Get Back To What They Love To Do.
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Who We Help At UpSlope Physical Therapy & Performance
UpSlope Physical Therapy & Performance’s 3 step process
Find The Real Cause Of Your Pain
We’ll take you through a comprehensive biomechanical assessment and identify the cause of your problem. Then we’ll explain what must be done to get you back to full speed and back to the activities you enjoy.
Fix your Problem Areas
Stay At Peak Performance
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