Lotus Physical Therapy was founded by
Boris Litvinov, D.P.T. in 2003 on the principles of individualized care,
restoring health and improving performance.
It is our mission to optimize our patients healing potential through
treatment of the source of injury, balance of mind of body along with
increasing strength and flexibility.
At Lotus Physical Therapy Inc. we are
committed to excellence in client satisfaction and a personalized approach to
therapy. No one body is the same which
is why we put a strong focus on understanding each patient’s unique background,
injury, current status and individual goals to formulate a treatment plan that
is best for you.
Physical therapy is one of many tools to
help you heal or improve your performance.
At Lotus Physical Therapy we are here to
help you reach goals and maximize your potential!
If you have any questions or would like
to book an appointment please contact us at: (310) 494-1422
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