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— Physiotherapy Associates Lansing is hoping its new home of Michigan’s Bromley Clinic will change the way it approaches patient care.

Physiotherapy associates Lansings office in Michigan is the newest location for Bromley, a specialty practice specializing in helping patients cope with chronic pain and depression.

Physicists at Bromley will soon be able to work remotely from their home office in Detroit, helping patients with pain management, cognitive behavioral therapy, massage, occupational therapy and occupational therapy related procedures.

Bromley specializes in helping people with complex mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and PTSD.

The office has about 500 staff members and patients.

Dr. Sarah Schallinger, the director of the clinic, said they’ve been working closely with the Michigan state Department of Health and Human Services to develop the new facilities.

“We were very excited about the opportunity to partner with the state of Michigan, and we were looking forward to having this new facility here,” Schallings said.

Physicians can work from anywhere in the state.

They can get work from home, work remotely or from a remote location.

Schallings has a number of patients at Bromie, including a woman with chronic back pain.

“She was so sick for so long, she was going through a lot of things,” Schollinger said.

The woman was taking Oxycontin and taking an anti-anxiety medication called zoloft.

Schollinger and the woman have been working with her therapist, Dr. Scott Wojcicki.

She said the zolofloxacin was helping her with anxiety.

“I was seeing her so much more,” Schilling said.

“I could tell she was really struggling.

She was crying, she had this constant back pain.”

Schollings said she wanted to do something that could help other people with mental health issues.

“One of the things I really like about my patients is they don’t know what the other side of the coin is, and they can feel safe in that conversation with me,” she said.

“There is a lot that can go wrong with depression or anxiety.

There are so many things that can happen and there are so much that we don’t want to go through.

So I think the zoofloyloxas is a really good way to help with that.”

Schallinger said she plans to use the new facility to teach other physicians about how to help their patients.

The new facility is expected to open in late January.

Schilling said she hopes to start treating people with chronic medical conditions in the next few weeks.

The clinic is located in Detroit’s Bronzeville neighborhood.