WEDNESDAY February 20, 2019 5:00 PM
Orthopedic and Balance Therapy
11055 Broadway Suite B
Crown Point, IN 46307
(in the On Broadway complex, south of 109th)
Dr. Arlan Alburo, PT, DPT, MTC founded Orthopedic and Balance Therapy Specialists (OBTS), a physical therapy practice, in 2003. Over 3500 patients later and 3 locations in Northwest Indiana in Valparaiso, Crown Point, and LaPorte, OBTS strives to liberate Hoosiers from relying on pain pills, getting them active and mobile without fear of slowing down, well into their retirement years.
Dr. Alburo presents workshops on Back Pain and Sciatica, Rotator Cuff Tears and Shoulder Pain, Balance and Dizziness, Heel and Foot Pain, Neck Pain and Headaches, and Knee Pain.
He has spoken at national conferences in San Diego and Orlando.
He is married to his wife Jane of 21 years, and they have 2 children, their daughter Alex (an incoming high school senior), and their son AJ (an incoming freshman). They live in Valparaiso.
Dr. Arlan Alburo, PT, DPT, MTC
CEO and Co-Founder, Orthopedic and Balance Therapy
Here's what some former attendees and patients have to say...
I am 100% and back to life!
"When I started I was unable to sit without pain in my right calf. I had been dealing with it on my own for two months just praying it would go away. It started to impact everyday life. I have greatly benefited from the knowledgeable and professional staff at Orthopedic and Balance Therapy Specialists. The care and expertise they offer is second to none and I will be sure to recommend them to anyone in need of similar care. I am 100 % and back to life!”-Nick Smith
I am able to walk on uneven surfaces!
“My PT story begins with the saga of my very flat, very achy feet. The foot and ankle exercises have helped to strengthen my weak areas. I am able to walk on uneven surfaces such as the side of a hill behind my pole barn. My fear of losing my balance had definitely lessened. The cheerful, helpful staff made exercising a positive experience. The girls kept me motivated even if my feet and ankles were hurting.” --Joy Martinsen
I'm relatively pain-free!
"I injured my Achilles training for the Boston Marathon. I had trouble finishing my training and I had to take a couple weeks off because it hurt too bad to run. After the marathon and before coming here, I had pain walking, running, going up and down stairs and just sitting at my desk. Since coming here my pain has gotten much better and now I'm relatively pain free." ---Stuart West
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