Syracuse Physical Therapists

in Syracuse, NY

33
Physical Therapists are
in Syracuse

18
Physical Therapists in Syracuse
are top rated

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Kim R.
"Great!
is also a physical therapy clinic, so they are always aware of each client's limitations when planning a workout for them. I was tested on my range" of motion before a plan of attack.
, my PT, does a tremendous job of understanding I am not there to workout on some kind of fitness madness thing; I just want to shape up! I am 56 years old and am limited when it comes to certain exercises due to bad knees. Although my schedule limits my visits,
was accommodating by giving me some at-home/on the road exercises. Highly recommend.
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Marguerite P.
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has been providing Physical Therapy for many years. She genuinely cares about each of her patients and never rushes through an appointment. Each patient receives" her full attention during their appointment. I definitely recommend
and her staff for any and all physical therapy needs! ACL Surgery rehab Scoliosis Plantar Fasciitis
Splints Shoulder injury
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Joy T.
"It was a perfect experience and I continue to go. The staff is cheerful and helpful. The physical therapists are professional and encouraging. Atmosphere is pleasing.

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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 before making a hiring decision.

Physical therapy can often be a part of the rehabilitation process, focusing on muscles or areas of the body that are not functioning at normal capacity. (Photo by Karen Geswein)

Physical therapy

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.

Improved flexibility can make it easier to hold proper positions and reduce the risk of injury, says Lewis. (Photo by Karen Geswein)
Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy

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.

Degenerative disc disease can lead to a chronic debilitating condition and can have a serious negative impact on a person's quality of life, says Strader. (Photo courtesy of Advanced Physical Therapy Center)
Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy

Degenerative disc disease is a normal part of aging for the spine that can be extremely painful. Physical therapy can help strengthen your back and reduce pain.

Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into the hand, becomes pressed or squeezed at the wrist, says Strader. (Photo courtesy of Advanced Hand Rehab)
Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy

The pain in your wrists and forearms that comes with carpal tunnel syndrome is fortunately something that can be avoided with a few simple habits.

A brace can provide much needed knee support when you run. (Photo by Katie Jacewicz)
Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy

The right knee brace for running provides necessary support and aids in pain reduction. The following tips will help you find the appropriate brace based on your needs and the available styles.

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Physical Therapy reviews in Syracuse

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This is my second shoulder replacement. My first replacement went well, and I received very good therapy in
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, TX. This time, the surgery went fine, but the therapists and assistants had a very different approach. Judging from the clientele and general attitudes of the staff, this provider seems to specialize in an older age demographic. I am age 54, and still do my best to be athletic. I stay strong in general, and have good upper body strength. Although there is a very reasonable need for caution and a slow start in rehab after a shoulder replacement, these folks seemed way too cautious, particularly as I got past week 6. They provided little notion of how I should transition from working out with few pound weights back up to my pre-surgical levels that were close to my own body weight for chest and back muscle groups. This seemed rather cavalier. I am sure that I'll figure this out on my own, but my last therapists provided much more guidance through that transition. Aside from that issue, the therapy was fine. Staff were, however, aloof to an extreme, except for my actual therapist, who was fine.
- David R.
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All the staff are pleasant and very competent. The office staff makes you feel like you are a part of their family, they know your name the minute you walk in. I've had two therapists over the years,
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Weaver and
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, and they are both wonderful. They always fix me up and make it fun while they are doing so. They provide you with exercises that help you grow stronger and
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the possibility of a re-injury.
- Leila N.
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they were awesome, friendly, kind, caring, efficient and effective. They gently worked my leg/hip and gave me exercises to do. The care did help me, however the issue was completely resolved when I got a new car. Reaching for the gas pedal in the old one was actually causing the problem.
- MARLOWE M.
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On Monday morning I saw the PT who did a full analysis on me to see where the problem really was. After about 15 or so minutes she started treatment ( explaining everything very clearly) It was 15 minutes of Elector therapy , Then a tissue (test) or message for about the same amount of time.After that we redid some of the same earlier test to see if this was helping or not. I left with 3 more appointments and was shown how to do some stretching that would help. Each visit starts off the same way no matter who I see in the office that day. I have see 3 different PT with the same experience from each. Outstanding !! Through out each visit they are all ways making sure that nothing hurts and that i am comfortable. Moving on, I am still see them i have 2 or so weeks left but each day my back is feeling much better than it has every felt.
- Andy S.
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They were absolutely outstanding. The medical staff communicated with me, even though they knew I was the sister-in-law. The therapists communicated with me. Everyone treated my sister-in-law and me with dignity and respect. The food was excellent. The accommodations were great. It was a lovely place, and I understand why there is almost a waiting list to go there. Their goal is to rehabilitate people and move them out; not keep them there for 20 days. My sister-in-law was there for less than two weeks, and she so vastly improved that it is absolutely remarkable.
- Carol U.
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They are very good. The staff were young and seemed to be very knowledgable. They spent a lot of time with individuals. They were consistent in their treatment of people so it seemed. They were very professional but very friendly and warm. The experience was very good. The results were fabulous. We couldn't have asked for anything better. They were also able to recommend other services and doctors for extended care. They were great. I would use them again.
- Donald E.
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After the eval, I would only spend about 5 minutes of each session with the actual physical therapist. It was usually interns or physical therapy assistants who were with me. My physical therapist commented that there was "hardly anything at all" showing on my MRI. After that, I was just confused about why I was coming in for the appointments. The physical therapist didn't really seem to have a plan for me. I asked how long I would come and he said until the pain had subsided and we would "go from there." I had to remind him about the spinal decompression plan on two different occasions. Seemed like a waste of time and money. Maybe my experience there would have been better if I had a different physical therapist. On a positive note, the front office staff was very helpful and attentive.
- Melissa A.

All Physical Therapists in Syracuse, NY

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Active Physical Therapy Solutions

40 Westlake Ave
Auburn

Acu-Care Acupuncture Center

4000 Medical Center Drive
Fayetteville

Brighton Physical Therapy

181 Intrepid Ln
Syracuse

Chittenango Physical Therapy

239 Genesee St
Chittenango

CNY Orthopedic Sports Medicine, PC

2200 E Genesee St
Syracuse

CNY Physical Therapy

5700 W Genesee St
Camillus

Cook Physical Therapy

4305 Medical Center Dr.
Fayetteville

Crouse East Physical Therapy

5823 Widewaters Parkway E
Syracuse

Fitness Forum Physical Therapy

231 Walton St Ste 200
Syracuse

Fitness Forum Physical Therapy

8276 Willett Pkwy
Baldwinsville

HANDI-RAMP INC.

510 North AVE

Hospital Home Healthcare Inc

113 Schuyler St
Fulton

Knezovich, Dr. Rick

3845 Rockwell Rd
Marcellus

Kruth, Jessica

3090 Belgium Rd
Baldwinsville

Kuss Physical & Aquatic Therapy

124 US Rt 11
Camillus

Marino, Vincent

5719 WIDEWATERS PKWY
Syracuse

Masters, Jill K.

7687 Frontage Rd
Cicero

Mauro-Bertolo Therapy Service

6221 State Rte 31
Cicero

Moochler Physical Therapy

278 Genesee St
Auburn

Murphy, Janet L.

510 Towne Dr
Fayetteville

Pain Management Help Now

201 E Jefferson st ste 227
Syracuse

Pirro, Dr. Bonnie J.

5700 W Genesee St
Camillus

Private Personal Training Associates

62 Country View Terrace
Syracuse

PROActive Physical Therapy Clinics

792 N Main St # 100C
Syracuse

Sports Physical Therapy of NY

6319 Fly Rd
East Syracuse

St. Joseph's Home Care

7246 Janus Park Dr
Liverpool

Strech for Life

5200 Chaparral Dr

Summit Physical Therapy LLC

1054 James St
Syracuse

Syracuse Physical Therapy

3300 Court St
Syracuse

Upper Hand Chiropractic

3603 James St.
Syracuse

Westman, Andrea W.

792 N Main St
Syracuse

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