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  • The initial interview went very well.
    My husband was taken to an area away from the general therapy room in which there were only 3 tables.  There, the therapist asked him  not only about his injury but his medical condition overall. At this point, Kylan (his therapist) tested his range of motion very slowly and continually asked him if I was feeling pain or discomfort. She also tested  him by offering resistance to his ability to raise and lower his arm.
    After this, she went over what his program would be like and reviewed with a  model what the muscles and ligaments looked like in the shoulder and what muscles he and the therapists  would be attempting to strengthen.
    They then did some of the exercises that could be done in that room, but eventually moved out to the larger room where there was access to other equipment. Here, he was also introduced to other members of the team.
    He has been going twice a week since then and is very satisfied with the treatment and the facility. All of the staff from the front desk to the therapists are welcoming and professional.  Happily, he is seeing real improvement in the shoulder in the past month that he has been going for treatment.
    - EDITH B.
  • I usually got appointments within a week of a reported medical problem.   The staff is friendly and upon admittance to the patient waiting room I noticed the wait can be from 10-20 minutes.  Dr. Arsht is very friendly/cordial and willing to answer all of my questions so that probably explains the longer waits. 
    My mother has used him in the past too and he's very good in explaining your ailment and always seems to suggest a course of treatment that stresses physical therapy/rest & relaxation.  Granted my injuries did not require any surgeries.
    - Jonathan T.
  • I have been using her for about a year. What keeps me going back is her expertise, her manner and the atmosphere in the office. This is the doctor to see if you have any kind of problem with your shoulders.
  • I have been using her for about a year. What keeps me going back is her expertise, her manner and the atmosphere in the office. This is the doctor to see if you have any kind of problem with your shoulders.
  • They had nice offices.  But I was not too happy with the medical recommendation I got out of the therapy that I got.  Their staff is very nice but I got to see therapists rather than doctors.  I’m still getting double billed for the same thing.  I would not use this provider again in the future.
    - Jeff R.
  • His office was well organized and his staff professional. I wasn't kept waiting and I saw the doctor at the appointed time. He spent 45 minutes with me. He took x-rays and  recommended I get an MRI, something no one else had thought of. He also looks at surgery as a last resort. I'm very impressed. The whole experience was great. As fas "Dos" are concerned, I'd say do it every time your doctor wants to operate.
    - John P.
  • I liked that I was able to make an appointment quickly. I usually have to wait too long in the waiting room when I go there, but I guess that a lot of people complain of that about doctors in general. A shorter waiting time would have been nice.
    - Norman I.
  • He promptly returns calls and emails to patients and provides a clear depiction of injuries and possiblities for successful treatments and a full level of treatment options. His surgury is exceptional. He's repaired injuries that other doctors would not touch and enabled me to return to a normal life.

    If is unavailable, he will refer you to a collegue who can help you.
    - Mark T.
  • After I had an unpleasant insurance mixup with his first PT recommendation, he suggested another local PT outfit. I later mentioned how pleased I was with the new org--financially and physically--and he said, "I'm glad you told me. That's very good for me to know."

    I've been to Dr. Metzl several times, and he has become my favorite doctor of any kind in the city. Personable, intelligent, energetic, attentive, responsive, averse to over-medication and/or expensive solutions, he really seems to know his stuff--AND  me and my history when I come in.

    His offices/examination rooms have solid info sheets, which he has written himself, on various conditions. He emails informative newsletters periodically. On his walls he has lots of testaments/thank you's from athletes in a variety of sports--some pros, some high-school/college youths and teams. He does triathlons himself.

    I'm older, not terribly athletic, and he does great by me!
    - Gene B.
  • Dr. Joe is very gifted at neurosoma massage. This technique is like no massage technique that is being practiced. It should be considered something other than massage work because unlike swedish massage or so-called "deep tissue" massage you will not only feel better when you leave his office but your body will continue to feel better after the lactic acid has been removed from the muscle spindles and flushed through your liver. In my opinion it is very important to understand the basic physiology behind what is happening in your body as a result of this massage work. For the first three or four days after you receive neurosoma treatment you will feel sore as the lactic acid that has been trapped in the muscle spindles gets released and enters your blood stream. Your body will produce histamine as a result of the massage and this can also cause some soreness. However, after your body has adjusted to the affects of the treatment you will, day by day, start to feel better and better and more and more pain free. This technique works like nothing you have ever experienced before without drugs and without a regimen of special stretches that you have to do at home. It helps the body heal itself. Getting worked on by Dr. Joe is as easy as telling him where you are feeling pain, lying on his table and having him perform the massage technique (work). I am still amazed and indebted to Thomas Griner for developing this technique and also indebted to Dr. Joe for learning how to perform it.
    - Samuel K.
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