Physical therapy or PT refers to a rehabilitation specialty that focuses on improving motor control and physical functioning. Physical therapy is sesigned to restore or improve strength and movement in people whose mobility has been impaired by disease and injury.

May include massage, exercise, water therapy and assistive devices.


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