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  • 1.Rocking Horse Ranch

    600 State Route 44 55

    Highland,NY

    16.23 mi

    All Inclusive Four Season Family Resort in the Hudson Valley We’re more than just horses… We’re the most fun your family ever had! We offer 4 seasons of indoor and outdoor activities for all ages. Our

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    5384 Route 9h And 23

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05/03/2017
By: Jennifer P.
Nina Silverman Pt
I stopped after 8 visits. Horrible. Nina was nasty, ignorant, accusatory and worst of all she caused more physical damage. Nina does not deserve her good reputation to say the least. If she listened to the patient and payed attention to the human body in front of her she might not have hurt me. Nobody can cancel. She expected me to walk 10 blocks on ice during a snow emergency to make my appt. I almost fell on her sidewalk several times that winter as they do not clear ice and snow. I heard her being nasty to another client through the curtain that divides one from another patient. Street parking only. Not good for those of us who are disabled. Some of her employees are nice and qualified others are not. She was awful.
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