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Bateman Physical Therapy

Let our team help you heal naturally

Bateman Physical Therapy

15 Crow Canyon Ct Ste 110
San Ramon California 94583
United States

(925) 596-9830

Business Description

Bateman Physical Therapy provides comprehensive physical therapy through mobile visits as well as our dedicated clinic in San Ramon, CA and the surrounding areas. Our experienced clinical physical therapists specialize in orthopedic and sports therapy. They provide personalized care and guidance to help you on your healing journey. Our wellness program promotes optimal recovery through active physical therapy. You can streamline your healthcare experience and still receive top-notch care. We extend our mobile services to Pleasanton, Danville, Dublin, San Ramon, Alamo, Diablo, and neighboring locations. We put your safety first by requiring masks to be worn during treatments. Contact us today for more!

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Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About San Ramon

San Ramon (Spanish: San Ramón, meaning "Saint Raymond") is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States, located within the San Ramon Valley, and 34 miles (55 km) east of San Francisco. San Ramon's population was 84,605 per the 2020 census, making it the 4th largest city in Contra Costa County, behind Richmond, Concord and Antioch. San Ramon is home to the headquarters of Chevron Corporation, Cooper Companies, the West Coast headquarters of AT&T, GE Digital, as well as the San Ramon Medical Center. Major annual events include the Art and Wind Festival on Memorial Day weekend and the Run for Education in October. On April 24, 2001, San Ramon was designated a Tree City USA. == History == The lands now occupied by the City of San Ramon were formerly inhabited by Seunen people, an Ohlone/Costanoan group who built their homes near creeks. Sometime around 1797, they were taken by Mission San José for use as grazing land. In 1834, they were part of the Rancho San Ramon land grant to José María Amador.Amador named San Ramón (Spanish for 'Saint Raymond') not after a real saint but rather after a Native American vaquero who tended mission sheep on the land. Amador added the "San" per Spanish custom. In 1850, the first permanent American settlers, Leo and Mary Jane Norris, purchased the northwest corner of Amador's Rancho San Ramon, near the intersection of present-day Bollinger Canyon Road and Crow Canyon Road.The tracks for the San Ramon Branch Line of the Southern Pacific Railroad were laid down and completed in 1891. The line extended from San Ramon to an unincorporated area known as Avon, east of Martinez, where it connected to the Oakland/Stockton Line.

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