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"With my fibromyalgia, I've had physical therapy at many places in
and Loudoun counties over the years. In my opinion,
" is the best!
is my primary therapist, but I've had visits with all the therapists. One of the great things about Restore is that
has assembled a team whose members have different specialized treatment methods so your therapy can be tailored to exactly what you need. It's not just their expertise that makes them outstanding. The friendly environment and compassion shown by the team make this a place you want to go to for treatment. This is not your typical factory run/cookie-cutter physical therapy practice where you are just another faceless person to treat. They truly care about you and want your treatment to be the best it can be. I can't count the number of times that I've been in pain and
has fixed the problem. Most of Restore's referrals are by word-of-mouth, but now everyone will know -- if you need physical therapy,
is the place to go!

-Kelly N.

"My experience working with
and the rest of the
staff was uniformly and completely positive. The atmosphere at
" is almost family-like. The staff gets to know the patients by engaging them in conversation and patients get to know one another. This is not an intrusive process but a collegial one, and patients can be as engaged as they like, or keep to themselves.
's in-depth understanding of human anatomy and physiology enables him to provide as much technical detail about a patient's injury as the patient desires. As a former dancer, I appreciate him taking the time to explain to me what is wrong and what we are doing to correct the problem. We are partners in my treatment and recovery.

-Charles W.

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5 Questions to Ask Before Starting Physical Therapy

Are you in need of physical therapy? Make sure to ask a prospective physical therapist these five questions first.

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A physical therapist evaluates, diagnoses and treats parts of the body that aren’t functioning properly, are healing or need rehabilitation, whether they’re athletes, the elderly or the rest of us.

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In short-term rehab, patients can focus on recovery while strengthening their bodies.

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On this episode of Chat with the Experts, Brian Pease of Body One Physical Therapy explains how physical therapy can help with chronic pain and much more.

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To avoid repetitive motion injury and a need for physical therapy, frequent position changes and simple stretches are important at the computer or on the road.

Angie's Answers

Hello Nancy,
This is Sarah B. in Member Care. Thanks for posting!
I apologize, but Physical Therapists fall under our Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy category which is included in the Health list. Currently, you're enrolled in our Basic membership which only includes access to our Home list. 
If you'd like to upgrade your membership to the Plus or Premium plan, we'll be happy to assist you with this search. If interested, give us a call at 1.888.944.5478 and we'll take care of this adjustment. Again, I do apologize for any misunderstanding.
If you would like information on additional providers through this forum, please let us know. You can respond to this thread or submit a new Answers post. You can also reach us at memberservices@angieslist.com . We're happy to help, Nancy!

Physical Therapy reviews in Syracuse


I wouldn't go anyplace else for treatment. I have used Hunt Valley Physical Therapy many, many times. Previously, I've rehabbed both knees after total knee replacements. So, when I had my left hip replacement, I didn't consider anyplace else. All of the staff have been there for many years, all are very knowledgeable, patient and very caring. Had me back on my feet and independent very quickly.
- Laurette J.

It went very well.
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PT was very attentive and helpful. If pain was felt, back off. Consideration was made for time constraints as well as body movement constraints. Some 'tricks' were used to deal with tissue having moved a bit and was put back in place. Stimulation machine was also used when the knee was being iced which also helped. Over the course of 14 weeks, additional exercises were added to continue building strength. IT was wonderful to be able to walk again with strong muscles and no limping.
Performing PT at home is essential to the healing process.
I highly recommend
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- Deborah C.

I am seeing
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on-going until my insurance runs out. She is thorough, professional, and listens to all my concerns. She always on time and structures her treatment to be able to have me out on time. I would recommend this physical therapy office to anyone.
- Sue W.

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and the entire staff at
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are professional, kind, innovative and brilliant! The helped me not only recover from surgery, but to deal with issues that had plagued me for 25 years!
- susan N.

This is a difficult letter for me to write. I suffer for Pudendal Neuralgia or Pudendal Nerve Entrapment. It is somewhat rare in men, and special physical therapy is required. I searched the Internet for physical therapists in my area trained in pudendal nerve pain.
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was shown, and well within my driving distance ability. ...More />

I called and spoke to the receptionist
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, and asked specifically if this office was capable of treating me. She spoke to
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, who said yes and that I should make an appointment for an evaluation. I scheduled the appointment for
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1, and approximately twice a week thru August 7.

I started therapy with
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. My condition did not improve, in fact it got worse. I searched and found pidendalhope.info, and found therapists who specialize in pelvic floor conditions. I gave
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their phone number, to call and verify his treatment was in line with what they do. It took two weeks for
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to hook up with one of the therapists in this office, after he told me he would drive over and talk with them ( he didn't but played phone tag because both were either out of the office or with patients ).

After talking to them, and me having a severe relapse, he suggested on August 10, that he wasn't trained to treat me. I immediately called the other office, made and appointment, and have begun a totally different regiment of exercise for my condition. I have already noticed a slight improvement.

I believe the West
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office misrepresented their capabilities, delayed seeking assistance with info I provided, and ate a considerable chunk of my Medicare annual limit.

- Keith L.

Every aspect of my treatment was extremely pleasant. The injections were virtually painless and the physical therapy was geared to treating my problem. The staff really goes out of their way to make the experience enjoyable. The exercises seem very carefully thought out to target the problem area. The series of treatments (2x/wk.) turned out to actually be something I looked forward to as the pain subsided and I started to feel like "my old self" again (only better!) I'd advise anyone to stop suffering needlessly--help is available, and I'm very grateful for it.
- Barbara P.

I couldn't have been more pleased.
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and his associate provided be with one on one great care. They also are very warm and understanding. They give you a positive attitude.

This therapy includes the BIG therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy. It has made a remarkable difference in my husbands ability to be mobile. He is now able to do more of the everyday activities which is necessary for him to feel independent. This is an ongoing exercise program that we will do everyday at home to continue his flexibility, balance and ability to speak loudly and clearly.
- Marilyn B.

Physical Therapists in Syracuse, NY

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Acu-Care Acupuncture Center

4000 Medical Center Drive

Brighton Physical Therapy

181 Intrepid Ln

Chittenango Physical Therapy

PO Box 77

CNY Orthopedic Sports Medicine, PC

2200 E Genesee St

Cook Physical Therapy

4305 Medical Center Dr.

Crouse East Physical Therapy

5823 Widewaters Parkway E


510 North AVE

Hospital Home Healthcare Inc

113 Schuyler St

Institute For Human Performance

505 Irving Ave

Knezovich, Dr. Rick

3845 Rockwell Rd

Kruth, Jessica

3090 Belgium Rd

Marino, Vincent


Masters, Jill K.

7687 Frontage Rd

Mauro-Bertolo Therapy Service

6221 State Rte 31

Metro Fitness

205 S Salina St

Montanaro Chiropractic

106 Metropolitan Drive

Murphy, Janet L.

510 Towne Dr

Pain Management Help Now

201 E Jefferson st ste 227

Pirro, Dr. Bonnie J.

5700 W Genesee St

Private Personal Training Associates

62 Country View Terrace

PROActive Physical Therapy Clinics

792 N Main St # 100C

Salt City Physical Therapy

5823 Widewaters Pkwy Ste 3
East Syracuse

Sports Physical Therapy of NY

6319 Fly Rd
East Syracuse

St. Joseph's Home Care

7246 Janus Park Dr

Summit Physical Therapy LLC

1054 James St

Syracuse Physical Therapy

3300 Court St

Upper Hand Chiropractic

3603 James St.

Westman, Andrea W.

792 N Main St

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