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10/23/2013
By: jennay.l.adkins
Joint Effort Rehab
My Physical Therapy was from August to October 2013, for a Herniated Disc and arthritis in my lower back. In the beginning of this whole process, I started out with regular shooting back pain in my lower back due to a herniated disc. Any overexertion would only result in days of pain and sleepless nights. Kevin at Joint Effort Physical Therapy created a personalized exercise regime that allowed me to build the strength in my lower back as well as the rest of my body in order to support those back muscles. In the 2 months of physical therapy, I was able to bring my pain level down significantly, learn exercises and techniques that help in supporting my lower back so I don’t put more strain on it than needed. A week before my physical therapy was supposed to end, I was scheduled to move to a new house. I actually stated, “All of this work is going to go out the window when I do this move.” In using the techniques that I learned from Kevin, as well as the fact that the program he designed from me strengthened my core muscles, my move was successful and I recovered from my move with minimal pain, minus the typical soreness of muscles afterwards. Within a day after my move, my pain was gone and I was proven wrong. All of the work we had done did not go out the window; instead, it prepared my body for the stresses placed on it throughout the move. Throughout my therapy, Kevin went out of his way to make sure that I was able to obtain other medical treatments that would help me to relieve even more stress on my back and keep my pain level to a minimum. My condition will provide me with a lifetime gift of pain and aches, but with Kevin’s help, I now have a way to be able to minimize the number of major pain flare ups and possible further injury. While I’ll miss the massage therapy and the ultrasounds, I would have to say that my physical therapy was quite successful. Thanks Kevin!
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04/24/2015
By: Angela C.
Health Works
I want to start by saying I wish I could rate them much higher then 5 stars. I am a military spouse and I had moved here while my husband was deployed so I figured it was going to be a challenge to find a excellent physical therapy clinic to help with my lower back issues, see I have been on and off with therapy for years because I have never found any place to give me the care and treatment I needed and fwlt I deserved. From the moment I walked into this place till my very last day (around 5 months/2-3 times a week) these people were friendly, professional, inspiring, helpful and would do anything they could possible to help you with your therapy. I worked with all 3 therapist (Tracy, Molly & Ralph) but I worked mostly with Tracy. I went in and explained to Tracy everything I wanted to get from my physical therapy and he went way above and beyond to help me succeed that goal. There isn't enough words i could use to thank these wonderful people for all their help. I don't think I will ever find a physical therapy office to be greater then Health work Rehab. I have the highest of expectations of a Physical Therapy clinic after going to Healthwork. I hate that I had to move back to texas. HEALTHWORKS REHAB EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS!!!!
03/31/2015
By: W W.
In Motion Physical Therapy
Brian Surage is the consummate professional who helped me more quickly in the four weeks I was under his care than my previous time with another physical therapist who was inattentive to my situation and needs. Brian's strengths are many and his ability to devise customized care plans, coupled with his pleasant and outgoing personality, are without peer and the reasons I selected him as my therapist. In my first session with him, which was eleven weeks after my surgery date, Brian quickly diagnosed the lingering problems I was experiencing with my right shoulder and put me on a customized regimen of exercises that included hands-on therapy in private, one-on-one sessions. After undergoing four weeks in my customized therapy session, my pain was gone and my shoulder's mobility was back to normal. Brian's 30+ years of physical therapy experience and ability to devise customized wellness programs are reasons I chose him as my physical therapist. Why not give Brian a try?
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01/27/2016
By: Janice P.
Ascend Physical Therapy
I highly recommend Ascend Physical Therapy. I worked with Heather and she patiently listened to all of my concerns. I was impressed with her in-depth knowledge, both in her verbal explanations and her gentle therapeutic touch. With her physical therapy and easy to understand home exercises, I immediately started feeling better. She took care of everything, including: working with the insurance company, prompt return of phone calls and flexible scheduling. I felt very comfortable trusting her with my care and attribute my full recovery to her. I have no doubt that anyone I refer to her will have a similar experience.
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04/01/2016
By: Dante L.
Incline Orthopedics
Dr. DeVanny was very professional and took a conservative approach to a fracture of my right forearm from a motorcycle wreck. With proper splinting (quite different from what E.R. had done) and rehab, it healed without surgery. He took time to explain things and had a very good bedside manner, different from many surgeons! He is not just in it for the money; he cares!
03/22/2015
By: Penny A.
Spectrum Rehabilitation
The care that I have received at Spectrum Rehabilitation has been remarkable. The staff and my therapist have been able to resolve my pain. They have helped very much with the pain I had in my back. Out of 100%, I'm at 85% and working everyday to get to 100%.
11/11/2014
By: Carey K.
Shandy Clinic
Trena is fabulous! We have been through MANY PT's (Military family that moves a lot) and she is by far one of the best! She knows how to work with my daughter and doesn't let her "mess around" but also makes it fun. I would tell everyone to go here!
04/14/2015
By: Theo R.
Spectrum Rehabilitation
I tried Spectrum Rehabilitation per my doctor's recommendation. Their facility is convenitely located two miles away from where I live. I'm so happy that my doctor recommended this physical therapy location.
10/13/2014
By: shaylee35
Shandy Clinic
I love the Shandy Clinic. They take Tricare and I've had absolutely no billing issues. They really know how to connect with my son and handle his emotions. The OTs are great.
06/12/2015
By: Carrie M.
Spectrum Rehabilitation
The staff at Spectrum Rehab is beyond amazing. They really listen to all of my concerns and address my questions with the right answers. I am so happy I was referred to them.
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