Not sure how you can play the part of a charming Cupid in your physical therapy clinic this Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry. We have everything you need to sink that sweet arrow—er, make your patients, colleagues, and friends smile. That’s because we created printable—and totally free—physical therapy valentines just for you. That’s right; you don’t need to suffer through sharing generic Valentine’s Day cards ever again. We’ve got your back.

So, until we can figure out how to email you a box of chocolates, we hope you’ll accept these shareable valentines as a token of our affection. Sound sweet? Simply enter your email address below and we’ll send ’em your way:

Download: Physical Therapy Cards for a Sweet Valentine's Day

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