History of Phoenix, AZ

History of Phoenix, AZ 2017-10-05T02:31:14+00:00

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History

A former Confederate soldier by the name of Jack Swilling in 1867 saw a lot of potential for a farming community so he set out to establish a small settlement approximately four miles east of the present city. One of the original settlers in Swilling’s group, a man by the name of Lord Darrell Duppa suggested to name the settlement as Phoenix akin to a city that rose up from the ruins of a previous civilization.  It was recognized on May 4, 1868 courtesy of the Board of Supervisors in Yavapai County and the very first post office was established shortly thereafter.  By the 1870s the town quickly grew to the point that President Ulysses Grant issued a land patent for Phoenix current location on 10th of April 1874.  By the 1880s with the arrival of the railroad in the valley, Phoenix became a trade center for products in the east and west.  On 4th of February 1912, the city became known as the state capital as Arizona was admitted as the 48th state under the leadership of President WH Taft.

Services Offered:

  • Physical Therapy Phoenix
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  • Speech Therapy Phoenix
  • Neuropsychology Phoenix

Specialities Offered:

  • Stroke Treatment Phoenix
  • Brain Injury Treatment Phoenix
  • Parkinson’s Treatment Phoenix
  • Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Phoenix
  • Balance Treatment Phoenix
  • Vertigo Treatment Phoenix
  • Spinal Cord Injury Treatment Phoenix
  • Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment Phoenix
  • Guillain Barre Treatment Phoenix
  • Huntington’s Disease Treatment Phoenix
  • Normal Pressure Hydrocephaly Treatment Phoenix
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Pediatric Specialties:

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  • Down Syndrome Treatment Phoenix
  • Spina Bifida Treatment Phoenix
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