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Pivot Physical Therapy

4321 Hartwick Rd #101
College Park, MD 20740 301-277-6616

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Have used this PT place four times over past several years. Ratings primarily... - Aug 25, 2012

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ACRO Physical Therapy & Fitness

4920 Niagara Rd #303
College Park, MD 20740 301-477-1229

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Jutta Brettschneider

7100 Baltimore Ave #207
College Park, MD 20740 240-328-8415

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Jutta has done wonders for my body;s ability to move without pain. Initially... - Apr 20, 2020

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William E Amos

9235 Limestone Pl
College Park, MD 20740 301-935-4855

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Amos has a one-sided approach to PT, emphasizing manner of walking and relative... - Aug 24, 2013

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