Meet Heather Lane Physical Therapy
Heather Lane Physical Therapy is your Medicare-approved Physical Therapist offering compassionate 60-minute one-on-one treatment sessions. Whether it’s an achy back or post-knee replacement, we address a variety of orthopedic conditions. Dr. Donovan performs a full examination that meets your active goals without medications or surgery. We find faster results with fewer visits by using research-based practice and hands-on techniques to correct movement. No Physicians’ referral is needed to begin your injury recovery.
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