Hands and Manual Therapy

IMG_2418When was the last time a health care provider put his or her hands on you?   Even my profession of physical therapy has largely gone away from 1:1 care and what little time you get with your therapist is increasingly spent hooked up to a machine or doing exercises. There is a place for machines and for exercises but the most dramatic healings in my 20+ year career have always occurred from direct hands-on techniques. Why, if manual therapy is so effective, is my profession moving away from it? It’s largely driven by the staggering decline in insurance reimbursement. In order for clinics to stay open they have to see so many more patients that there just isn’t enough time to provide much or any hands-on care.

Fortunately, working out of my home, I’m able to charge much less and provide you an hour of experienced hands-on treatment for only $75.00, not much more than you would pay for an hour of massage!

Are you tired of hurting? Have you given up hope? Come see what my manual therapy techniques can do for you!

LTC Tony Bare (ret) DPT, ATC, OCS
Colorado Springs, CO

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