Josh Borgmyer, Physical Therapist

With degrees and mentoring in traditional physical therapy, in treating chronic pain, and in "manual training," Josh Borgmyer is one of the go-to therapists in his region. Josh marvels at the design of the human body and aims to work with God's design to help many people regain muscular and skeletal health without surgery. He also reflects on the experience of seeing things about the body that no one else sees (yet).

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With degrees and mentoring in traditional physical therapy, in treating chronic pain, and in “manual training,” Josh Borgmyer is one of the go-to therapists in his region. Josh marvels at the design of the human body and aims to work with God’s design to help many people regain muscular and skeletal health without surgery. He also reflects on the experience of seeing things about the body that no one else sees (yet).

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