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Sanford Health Detroit Lakes welcomes new physical therapist

Physical therapists evaluate, treat and prevent mobility injuries and disorders, and they help patients safely recover and regain their mobility.

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Trey Lyngaas
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DETROIT LAKES — Trey Lyngaas, has joined the Sanford Health physical therapy team and is now offering services and therapies at Sanford Health Detroit Lakes Clinic , 1245 Washington Ave.

Physical therapists evaluate, treat and prevent mobility injuries and disorders, and they help patients safely recover and regain their mobility. Lyngaas is a physical therapist who specializes in a variety of services and therapies:

  • Dizziness and imbalance treatment
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Orthopedic care
  • Pain management
  • Postoperative services
  • Sports medicine
  • Stroke rehabilitation

To schedule an appointment, call (218) 846-2000.

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