In Motion Physical Therapy has started a new series of customer videos. Featuring patients recalling the circumstances that led to their injuries and how they were treated at In Motion Physical Therapy
Physiotherapy in motion, Lincoln Park’s premium physical therapy service, has released a new series of customer review videos on its official website. The videos are of clients who have used various physical therapy services provided by In Potion PT’s team of doctors and therapists and have witnessed positive improvements in their physical health.
There are currently three video reviews uploaded to the In Motion website. Each video shows a different customer talking about their health problems. Each client belongs to a different age group and suffered serious injuries sports or training. One of the clients, who presented as a mother of two young children, was suffering from post-operative body stress after giving birth to her younger child via caesarean section.
All reviewers gave a detailed account of their health complications that led them to seek help and treatment from In Motion Physical Therapy. The first client is a 40-year-old mother of a soccer player who delivered two babies by cesarean section. Her main concern was postoperative body stress after two back surgeries and the last childbirth. The second client is a 30-year-old marathon runner who sustained a serious foot injury while running on a treadmill. The final assessor is a tennis player with a long history of sports injuries. Everyone shared their experiences with the physical therapists at In Motion and how they have helped through in-person and virtual therapy sessions throughout the recovery process.
Readers interested in learning more about all of In Motion Physical Therapy’s physical therapy services and to watch the videos can visit the company’s website at https://inmotionptchi.com/.
A spokesman for In Motion PT described why the company published these videos on the official website: “We have decided to publish these testimonials on our official website to help people suffering from various physical and muscular pains to seek treatment. These videos are a way of reaching out to people and letting them know they are not alone in their suffering. Many others have been going through similar health issues but sought help from trusted medical professionals and therapists to return to their previously active lifestyles.”
He also explained the reason these customers agreed to film review videos in the first place, saying: “Our respected customers, who have agreed to share their health concerns with the world, have also chosen to encourage other people, young and old, to seek medical help for their problems and not suffer in silence. We all believe that seeking physical therapy at a younger age should not be taken as a sign of weakness, rather it is a sign of courage to turn to the right resources to get all the help you need, to live your life to the fullest.”
About In Motion Physiotherapy
In Motion Physical Therapy is dedicated to providing world-class physical therapy services that help patients get back to their favorite activities. The company works with tennis players, runners and people who want to lose weight. located in Lincoln Parkthe company provides quality care for patients to get them back on their feet.
Physiotherapy in motion
2731N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, Il 60614
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