Phil Giesen, PT, MPT

"The body is built for movement, not for being inactive.  Be regularly active in something, whether it's an athletic activity or going for walks or doing household projects — stay active!"

Clinical Interests
Working with throwing athletes

Medical Education
Masters of Physical Therapy, College of St. Scholastica — Duluth, Minnesota

Personal Interests
Rollerblading, hunting, and fishing

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