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Dr. Clinton Serafino, DPT

Dr. Clinton Serafino, DPT

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Dr. Clinton Serafino, DPT is a physical therapist in Monroe, NC. He currently practices at Physical Therapy Center LLC.

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      Physical Therapy Center LLC
      1730 Dickerson Blvd Ste G, Monroe, NC 28110 Existing Patients: (704) 283-6700

Education

  • American Academy Of Manipulative Therapy, Fellowship Hospital — 2016

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Great experience. He gave all advises I need for enjoy a pain free life. Very professional, kind and respectful. Excellent human being!
Dania Arias in Monroe, NC — Mar 09, 2016
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