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Physical Therapy is most effective when utilized immediately after injury, surgery or following the onset of a disease process.

Early intervention is the ideal time to start PT for addressing pain relief, decreasing inflammation and maintaining range of motion for the shortest recover time and maximized functional movement restoration.

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UNION LEADER: 2/17/15: Prince, a 1-year-old mixed breed, wound up at an animal shelter after being hit by a car earlier this winter. He's now recovering from a fractured pelvis with some help from the staff at Horse n' Hound Physical Therapy in Nashua.  Click on Prince’s picture at left to read the full article

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