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Offering physical therapy in a health club setting can benefit therapists clubs and clients Photo courtesy of Alan Bluth
<p>Offering physical therapy in a health club setting can benefit therapists, clubs and clients. <i>Photo courtesy of Alan Bluth.</i></p>

Physical Therapists, Health Club Owners Integrate Services to Attract Clients, Meet Growing Demand

As the active aging population grows and medical wellness facilities gain popularity, more facilities are offering both fitness and physical therapy to attract and keep clients.

Combining physical therapy and fitness is a winning approach for a growing number of health clubs looking to attract new members and physical therapists aiming to keep existing clients.

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