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I came in to see Dr. Matt two weeks ago, and he has set me on a path back to health and "balance"! Over time, I developed a rotator cuff muscle strain which flared up while abroad -- I returned home in a good deal of pain, unable to sleep more than 2+ hours/night over those 2/3 weeks. Dr. Matt and Back to Balance have many ways to help address your injuries, and have greatly aided in my recovery. They are professional and super-friendly. I highly recommend them
- Jonathan Miner / Metro Atlanta, GA
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