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October is National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM) We want to recognize our team members and their work to improve our patients' lives by optimizing movement. While our team is growing, we are excited to tell you that three members of our staff have been promoted to new positions. Please help us congratulate them! Crystal is now the Director of Neurological Services. Crystal will continue to develop programs to serve the needs of patients with neurological conditions. ...
Posted on 2019-10-15
PATIENT OF THE MONTH: JET As a long time  New Yorker, Jet Auer de Saram enjoyed exploring New York City’s different neighborhoods and discovering hidden relics of “old NY.” But after arthritis made pain and mobility an issue, her doctor suggested knee replacement surgery and a  traditional and aquatic therapy physical therapy program. “When Dr. Meere suggested I look for a practice that offered land and pool-based physical therapy, I quickly realized I might n...
Posted on 2019-09-04
PATIENT OF THE MONTH: BRANDEN Three years ago when Christine R. was looking for a pediatric physical therapy program for her then eight-year-old son Branden, her criteria was simple – she wanted a program that understood how to help her son both physically and emotionally. She wanted her son to work with therapists who were present and understood how to help a child with Muscular Dystrophy, and she wanted a practice that was not far from her home as Branden would need PT at least two time...
Posted on 2019-09-04
Thank you better PT for inviting Carol to write about Aquatic Physical Therapy and Why It's Great for Rehabilitation. Click here to read Carol's article.
Posted on 2019-08-30
Flip Flops! It's a Love/Hate Relationship! We get it, warm weather and flip flops go together like delicious spaghetti and meatballs. Although easy, fun, and quick to throw on, flip flops are not the ideal choice for your feet, especially if recovering from injury or if you’re at risk for falls. According to the consumer product safety commission on ER visits, there were over 27,000 flip-flop related ER visits in 2016. They have thin soles without much arch or ankle support and c...
Posted on 2019-08-22
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