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Peoples Injury Network Northwest opens clinic in Spokane Valley

Peoples Injury Network Northwest has expanded to Eastern Washington with its first outpatient clinic for industrial rehabilitation patients in Spokane Valley.

The clinic, at 15909 E. Marietta Ave., Suite 110, will assist injured workers with returning to their jobs through programs that include work conditioning, physical and occupational therapy, functional capacity evaluations and ergonomic evaluations, among other treatments.

The Spokane Valley clinic is open 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Thursday , and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday .

Based in Kent, Washington, PINN has eight clinics in Western Washington, in addition to the Spokane Valley location.

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