QC Kinetix (Quartermaster Court)
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QC Kinetix (Quartermaster Court) provides non-surgical regenerative medicine treatments for joint pain to residents of Jeffersonville, IN and surrounding areas. Anyone looking for alternatives to surgery for pain can turn to our biologic therapies. QC Kinetix can help you find the right treatment for your pain. We can help you get relief while avoiding surgery, so you can return to your normal life activities as quickly as possible.
Jeffersonville is a city and the county seat of Clark County, Indiana, United States, situated along the Ohio River. Locally, the city is often referred to by the abbreviated name Jeff. It lies directly across the Ohio River to the north of Louisville, Kentucky, along I-65. The population was 49,447 at the 2020 census.Jeffersonville began its existence as a settlement around Fort Finney after 1786 and was named after Thomas Jefferson in 1801, the year he took office. == History == === 18th century === ==== Pre-founding ==== The foundation for what would become Jeffersonville began in 1786 when Fort Finney was established near where the Kennedy Bridge is today.
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I chose QC Kinetics after an experience at a competitor. QC Kinetics did an evaluation and explained the procedures that they recommended. A proffessional and caring staff carried out the procedures and my knee pain was non existent before the last injection. Amazing what the human body can do with a bit of assistance at 72 years of age. Thanks so much to QC Kinetis technology and the staff at Quartermaster court in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Sincerely, Gary Frederick