June 16, 2018 10 AM
1140 E. Algonquin Road
Algonquin, IL 60102


Do you remember what it was like to be pain-free? To have the ability to live how you want? To get back to being you again? This is possible.

Our experienced physical therapists are trained to find the cause of your pain. We have the expertise and attention to detail to make sure you get the results you are looking for.

Your goals are our goals, and with that approach, we have been able to get Real Results for Real People for over 20 years in McHenry County.

After 10 months of relentless pain in my back, leg and foot, I am now virtually pain free. On my first visit, I was diagnosed with SI joint disorder. In my sessions the team focused on this issue and after just 1 visit I began to feel better. Before Diamond Physical Therapy, I couldn’t sleep,

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Harry Semerjian

When I came to Diamond Physical Therapy, I was hardly able to step on my right leg due to the pain I would feel in my right hip. Mike worked with me and within 12 visits my pain was almost at zero and I was walking again and able to be myself and take care

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Patricia Fantauzzi

I I started Physical Therapy after having a manipulation on my knee in December with no results. My biggest problem was stairs and being able to walk at least 3 miles. After working with Mike and Andrea, I can now do stairs with ease and walk my 3 miles with no issues. They both were

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Sally T. Balletto


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