ActiveLife Chicago Physical Therapy Clinic – The Pain Management Specialists

ActiveLife Chicago PT | Pain Management Specialists

Press Release

The Philippines lacks updated know-how and technology when it comes to pain management. Most of our specialty clinics use traditional methods of hot packs, TENS or ultrasound therapy which do not bring out results. Dr. Ronald Samaniego realized this predicament which made him decide to put up ActiveLife Chicago Physical Therapy Clinic.

Dr. Ronald Samaniego is equipped with more than ten years of physical therapy experience in Seattle. He believes that with the right program and technology, almost anyone can recover from pain and bring back muscles that may have atrophied . He himself went through the painful experience of ACL and knows what it’s like to be on the other side of the fence. According to him, one can still maintain an active lifestyle while undergoing physical therapy which is good news for runners and athletes alike.

Pain Management Specialist - Dr. Ronald Samaniego
Dr. Ronald Samaniego of ActiveLife Chicago Physical Therapy Clinic


ActiveLife Chicago Physical Therapy Clinic provides latest technology treatments for back/sciatica, arthritic conditions, sports injuries, scoliosis, joint and muscle pains among others. Having the latest technology at hand, they are expecting results within three sessions. 

Pain Management - Treatment
One of the pain management treatments offered by the clinic.


ActiveLife Chicago Physical Therapy Clinic currently have more than ten accessible clinics in Mandaluyong, Quezon Avenue, Caloocan, Alabang, Nuvali, Bulacan, Binondo, Fairview, Makati, BGC, Antipolo, Pasay-Buendia and Pampanga. HMO cards such as Cocolife, Maxicare, Medicard, PhilCare and ValuCare are accepted as long as it is under the card’s specific coverage.

For those who are experiencing pain, chronic or otherwise, you may call (02) 997-5704 or (0977) 292 2215 for location and price inquiries. You may also refer to below social media pages.

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