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AMG Sequoia Drive Physical Therapy moving to new, improved location

Advocate Medical Group’s (AMG) Physical Therapy service off of Sequoia Drive in Aurora is making a small location move that means big improvements for patients.

AMG Physical Therapy will move to an upgraded and improved facility just west of its current spot to 2363 Sequoia Drive in Aurora, effective July 10, 2017. The new location is a few doors down from the existing site, in the Rasmussen College building.

This innovative facility will offer physical therapy patients an expanded gym space with larger windows, spacious waiting area, dedicated parking near the entrance and more. The entire AMG Physical Therapy staff is moving to the upgraded facility, so patients will continue to receive outstanding care and service.

People can find and contact the improved AMG Physical Therapy location at: 

Sequoia - Physical Therapy 

2363 Sequoia Dr.
Aurora, IL 60506


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We affirm the worth and spiritual freedom of each person and treat all people with respect, integrity, and dignity.


We embrace the whole person and respond to emotional, ethical, and spiritual concerns, as well as physical needs, in our commitment to unselfishly care for others.


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In Regard to Patients...

  • We respect and serve people without regard to race, religion, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status within financial limits of our organization. The best interest of the patient must be the number one priority of both physicians and associates.
  • Health care services must be accessible to patients which, in turn, requires us to offer services at convenient hours for patients, within reasonable travel time, without excessive waiting, and at a reasonable cost.
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  • We believe in effective collaboration with individuals and organizations interested in addressing the health care needs of the greater Fox Valley area.
  • Customer satisfaction is the foundation on which every organization is built, so satisfaction with our services must be measured frequently and appropriate measures taken to continuously improve customer satisfaction.
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  • We will provide or facilitate access to a full spectrum of health care services to our patients.
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