Michael Milnes Rochester MN: Guys Crushing Each Other

Michael Milnes has lived in Rochester, MN, since shortly after he received his graduate degree in physical therapy and got his state license to practice.

He set up his practice in an old Victorian house in the city’s historic district. He and his wife used to lived on the house’s upper floor, but after several years they were able to buy a second Victorian six blocks away, where they now live. Now, Michael Milnes uses the second floor of the first house for an office, and for storage space.

As a physical therapist he treats a wide range of complains, including back and neck pain, arm and shoulder pain, and leg and knee pain. He also treats people with issues not ordinarily associated with physical therapy, such as arthritis and degenerative joint disease.

But the bulk of his practice is made up of people who were injured playing sports. He sees a lot of high school football players. “Studies show that football has the highest risk of injury, when you compare it to other sports,” he says. “The reason is obvious enough: it’s such a high-impact game, with guys crushing each other on virtually every snap.”

Michael Milnes has practiced in Rochester, MN for nearly twenty years.

Also can read: Michael Milnes Rochester MN: Sports Injuries

About Michael Milnes Rochester MN

Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN, is a physical therapist based in Rochester, Minnesota. Michael Milnes has received his undergraduate degree in Biology, which gives him a great foundational knowledge of the human body. Following his undergrad, Michael Mines Rochester MN went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Michael Milnes has used his doctorate to achieve great success as a physical therapist. Michael Mines Rochester MN currently uses his doctorate in Physical Therapy as a self-employed physical therapist that is beloved by his clients.
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