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New Year, New You! How to improve your health and fitness in 2024.


Happy New Year! Like many Americans, it is the time of year when we resolve to improve our health and fitness. Whether you are trying to keep up with your kids or grandkids, stay on the golf course, play that extra match of pickleball or keep up with the younger athletes in your recreational soccer league our personal workouts must be preparing us for the demands of sport and life. 

Pipeline Physical Therapy is happy to help keep you on the field. We offer a variety of exercise modalities to best prepare your body for performance. Specifically, personal training sessions with an initial movement assessment to direct the best choices for your individual body needs based on your fitness goals. Once the assessment is completed, a plan is provided with progressions for continued improvement and injury reduction. 

So don’t delay! Schedule an appointment today and begin the journey of a healthier and more fit you!


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