Picky to say the least....I initially chose the sports rehab center because the director,Jason Reiss,had one more tool in his belt than the typical therapist.....dry needling. (In some cases, this can be a helpful adjunct to standard physical therapy interventions.) I, however, walked away more overtaken by his commitment to the profession, his true desire for great outcomes, and his ability to listen and effectively teach the patient. The experience and the "know how" is not lacking at the sports rehab center. I can recommend with confidence.
Posted: 6/22/2009 • Link to this review
I have seen Katherine Midgette for physical therapy, and she has dramatically helped to decrease the pain in my rotator cuff. I was barely able to move my arm initially, and she has enabled me to use my arm without experiencing any pain. She is very skilled at releasing tension within the surrounding joints, strengthening my muscles, and improving my mobility. She is very knowledgeable about joint issues and professional. Also, she has an excellent sense of humor. Furthermore, all of the employees are very friendly and helpful. While I have been to other physical therapy centers (Neurosport-poor), I can only endorse the Sports Rehab Center. If you donít want to waste time and endure more pain, go to Sports Rehabilitation Center. They are by far the best!
Posted: 3/11/2008 • Last edited: 4/25/2009 • Link to this review
I've been to several physical therapists for various injuries over the years, and this group is by far the best I've been to. They give you individualized service and use a lot of manual techniques. They don't just put you in front of a machine and ignore you. Kudos to Jason Reiss for helping my headaches while treating my shoulder. I won't go anywhere else for PT.
Posted: 4/13/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
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