I was referred to Atlanta Sport & Spine by my orthopedist due to a chronic issue with a pulled calf muscle. Danny started me on a regime of "dry needle" treatments twice a week and within 5 weeks, I began training for a 1/2 marathon. Danny's dry needle treatments have been an amazing at repairing nerves as well as releasing tightness and stiffness in my muscles from my back to my feet. I have had 3 messages since starting my PT with Danny and each time the message therapist is shocked at the progress that I've made. Danny tailored my treatment to the issues that I had with my legs and his commitment and passion for the health and recovery of his patients is second to none. I am no longer in pain on a daily basis and I owe it all to the staff at Atlanta Sport and Spine. Along with the dry needle treatments, I'm also doing specific strength exercises with Carlo. Carlo has been an awesome therapist as he great at providing instructions on how to perform the exercises, coaching with the exercises and positive feedback. Carlo is an awesome therapist and a great person and it really shows that he enjoys his work as well as managing his customer PT. The entire staff at Atlanta Sport and Spine are all very friendly, professional and committed to providing quality PT services to their customer. I'm so grateful for my orthopedist referring me to them because I know that I will be 100% recovered in the very near future and able to run my marathon in November.
Posted: 9/01/2011 • Link to this review
The physical therapy treatment I received was the best. I'd been suffering from lower back pain and related issues for almost a year when I finally went and saw Danny at Atlanta Sport and Spine. From day 1 he accurately diagnosed the issue, and within days I was feeling better. Within a few weeks my symptoms were nearly gone. By two months our work together was over as he had helped me fix what 2 medical doctors could not. His treatment was spot on. I'd recommend Atlanta Sport and Spine, and in particular Daniel Navarro, to anyone.
Posted: 4/11/2011 • Link to this review
I called the front desk to book my first appointment, and I didn't know which Physical Therapist to see (there are 4 of them). The front desk was very knowledgable about the PTs specialties and got me scheduled with Carlo. He is AWESOME! He is patient, smart, and works miralces. The front desk called my Insurance before my appointment and let me know my benefits and also told me the PTs prefer to always see their patients. No Assistants or handing off to other therapists. I have had PT before so this was a shock. I'm actually going to get to see the same PT every time?!? I can go on and on but basically this place is great and I tell everyone I know!
Posted: 9/29/2010 • Link to this review
I was being seen at another physical therapy office and was told by my physician that I was behind schedule. He told me I needed to go to Atlanta Sport & Spine. From the moment I walked in the door I knew I was at the right place. I was greeted with a smile at the front desk. I told Kai(my physical therapist) my situation and she assured me she would get me back on track. At my next MD follow up my doctor couldn't believe how much progress I had made! The best thing about the clinic is that I see my physical therapist every visit(not an assitant PT). I recommend them to EVERYONE I know! They truely are miracle workers!!
Posted: 6/22/2010 • Link to this review
I'm 41 years old and had hip resurfacing done. My surgeon recommended AS&S for the the rehab. Best advice I ever got. These folks are true professionals and I actually walked out in better shape than before my surgery. Hip (resurfacing) surgery is a big deal, but rehabbing is equally important. AS&S gave me my active lifestyle back and allowed me to get on the floor (pain-free) with my 8 month old daughter. Awesome results!
Posted: 9/22/2009 • Link to this review
I followed Lindsey to Atlanta S&S. Unfortunately, I have spinal stenosis and you have good times and bad times with it. I first went to Lindsey approximately 6 years ago after my first ordeal with spinal stenosis and being admitted to the hospital via ambulance because I could not get out of bed, the muscle spasms were like knives in my back. Since the 1st day I met Lindsey, I knew it was a match. I think I just finished about my 5th or 6th round of PT with Lindsey since that initial treatment 6 years ago. Lindsey is not the first physical therapist I have used in Atlanta. My previous experiences with physical therapists before my back problem for other issues, were less than impressive and I usually quit after a few PT sessions. Those PT facilities were large facilities where you were just a number and there for 30 minutes and no personal interaction and 'see you again next session' and problems with obtaining appointments to meet an individual's personal calendar because of the number of patients. Lindsey knows how picky I am about medical providers. I have worked in medical/dental/disability insurance for 40 years and will leave a medical provider in a split second if I feel they are less than top notch, including their entire staff. Lindsey and the entire staff are so, friendly, and treat you like a friend, not a number and all the staff always greets you by your name. The ease of making appointments to meet your personal schedule is outstanding. Frank C
Posted: 9/22/2009 • Link to this review
This is the best medical facility I've experienced ever. The service is exceptional - starting from the secretaries to the therapists. The go above and beyond to reach your goals in a professional and altruistic manner. Other businesses should visit and take down notes on how to run a business effectively and address your clientele. To many other medical office staff destroy the experiences of their patients with poor attitudes. I highly recommend AS&S!!!!
Posted: 8/26/2009 • Link to this review
Danny Navarro was recommended by a top Orthopaedic Dr. at the Emory Spine Center. I have had complex spine and back problems for years the service, quality of PT, innovative exercises and individual attention I received is like no other PT places I have been in the last few years. I highly recommend!!!
Posted: 11/16/2008 • Link to this review
This is my second try at physical therapy for my lower back. Overall, I was thoroughly impressed with the level of time commitment Danny Navarro spent on my first session. As compared to my first time in physical therapy, I felt more comfortable with the level of service and instruction. I would highly recommend this place if you have the ability to pick from a list of insurance carriers. One note for all customers: you must go down the hill past the Publix in the shopping center. The business is located at the end of the shopping center.
Posted: 10/20/2008 • Link to this review
I got a referral from my doctor with the names of 3 therapy companies. I called all of them and Atlanta sport & spine answered the phone in a very friendly manner, worked me in the next day, and verified my benefits for me while i was on the phone. My therapist is Jessica, and she has a warm and compassionate personality. I feel 100% better and actually enjoyed going. I recommend this practice to everyone I know!
Posted: 8/29/2008 • Link to this review
We appreciate the nice review. It's good to hear "couldn't be more pleased"!
Lindsey & Co. at Atlanta Sport & Spine are FANTASTIC - they have done wonders for my knee! This spacious, bright facility with a knowledgeable staff and friendly atmosphere is convenient to downtown, midtown and Buckhead. Highly recommended!
Posted: 8/26/2008 • Link to this review
Both my wife and I have utilized the services of the AS&S recently--Janice worked with Lindsey in recovering from some knee surgery, and I worked with Danny on a low back problem. Both of us benefited greatly from the treatments. This is a people-friendly operation that gives personalized attention to all who come in the door. We recommend it highly to those in need of PT services. They are a young group that is up and running. Janice and Foster Watkins
Posted: 8/14/2008 • Last edited: 8/15/2008 • Link to this review