recently had post tibial tendon bypass (mine was torn and had to be replaced, my heel moved over) Chris and the Rest of the Gang at SRC are innovative and creative in their approach and exercises, confident in their abilities and welcoming and most friendly in their attitudes. I am engaged in a great recovery and getting back onto my foot because of them.
Posted: 9/17/2010 • Link to this review
I honestly contemplated faking my injury just to keep going. Such is the level of attention, care and service you will receive at Sports Rehab. Their jocular banter distracts you from any pain and difficulty, and eases acceptance of increased intensity; you feel part of the gang. Their knowledge is diverse and extensive; the PTs seek to return you to your sport quickly and fully able, never to prolong treatment. Forbid I ever need PT again, but I know where I'll go if so. Thanks, Chris, Liz and David!
Posted: 6/05/2009 • Last edited: 8/02/2009 • Link to this review
Have been to SRC twice for ankle injuries. Am very active (Ironman, marathons etc) so any injury is challenging. They've patched me up each time with an extreme base of knowledge, care and humor! They will make you work, but my injury was healed in a remarkably short time. Especially knowledgeable and experienced with athletes and injuries (although they keep shaking their head every time I return!). Really are the best in town.
Posted: 11/22/2008 • Last edited: 8/02/2009 • Link to this review
My experience with the Sports Rehab Center was professional, caring, and even included a few laughs. This last part was important because I waited a long time after I injured myself before seeking treatment. (Okay, so I'm not 20 any more....) I received a thorough assessment and my PT, Chris Olson, started me right out with an extensive exercise plan. Throughout the time we worked together to convince my body it could work right again, I received explanations and encouragement. If something didn't work, we tried something else. Chris didn't hesitate to consult with others in the office (did I mention they embrace teamwork?) if she felt my progress stalling. I'm out of a cast and walking once again. A tribute to the care and caring I received. Oh...and did I also mention that you can ask to have the satellite radio changed to a different station if you've heard enough Jimmy Buffet for the week?
Posted: 9/21/2007 • Last edited: 8/02/2009 • Link to this review
Suffering a sports-related injury is certainly not fun, but the physical therapists at The Sports Rehabilitation Center are the people to see to get you back into whatever sport you enjoy as quickly as possible. After trying to play through a chronic hamstring problem for nearly two years of soccer seasons, I finally accepted my ortho's advice and signed up for physical therapy. Chris Olson at Sports Rehab was top notch. She immediately knew why my injury had occurred and what I had to do to get better and prevent it from re-occurring. My rehab was tough, but Chris was great at keeping me encouraged and actually making it fun. I'm now back on the pitch and playing pain free. Chris Olson and the folks at Sports Rehab Center were instrumental at making that happen. I would highly recommend them.
Posted: 9/15/2007 • Last edited: 8/02/2009 • Link to this review
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