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Now Hiring PT and/or PTA...

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!!

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LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED IN SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN SINCE 1997

Physical Therapy ONE was established by Joe and Leah Walters to fulfill a need in PORTAGE/KALAMAZOO/VICKSBURG for independently owned, private practice physical therapy clinics.

Physical Therapy One

Our team is committed to excellence in the practice of physical therapy and appreciates the opportunity to be of service to you.

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"We'll Get You Back in the Game of Life."

  • "I have told everyone I know, if they need physical therapy that you are the best!"

  • "From the warm greeting by your friendly receptionists, to the very fast service by your trainers, assistants, and therapists, it was wonderful. I barely had time to get a couple of sips of coffee, which you supply, before getting called in to the treatment room."

  • "The willingness to get to the heart of the problem and not just treat the symptom was great. It really was nice to have someone take the time to educate me on how to treat myself better and to hopefully eliminate physical problems in the future."

  • "It truly is refreshing in the fast food, high speed, do it yourself world to find someone that still believes in personalized service, always keeping the customers best interest in mind."

  • "Thank you so much for making a not so pleasant injury a pleasurable healing process."

You can come directly to us...
without a doctor's referral!


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Portage
269.323.4300
Kalamazoo
269.375.1400
Vicksburg
269.649.2400
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