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  • A
    I am 34 years old and continue to enjoy playing sports and exercising.  This being the most significant injury I have ever suffered and the first that required physical therapy, I did not know what to expect.  Matt and his team were extremely knowledgeable, personable and compassionate.  They were aggressive with treatment on days where my knee would allow for it, and I "graduated" nearly one month early.  The facility is top-notch as well.
    - Matthew H.
  • A
    Lucerne Medical Center's physical therapy program is very hard to get into and they recommend that you don't choose them for your physical therapy if you don't want to work out and get better. They guarantee that you'll be working at least six hours a day on rehab. If you don't work out, you don't stay there. I choose them and that's the best thing I ever did. I was lucky to get in there. They have me go back and visit, to inspire other amputees that are there. They also had me lead a special visit at which the patient's families come out. I've had parents come up and say to me that I've inspired their children to try harder. You get nothing but good results with Lucerne. I didn't want to stop doing physical therapy, but that was all my insurance would let me go for. If you want to get better, that's the place to go. You stay at the hospital while you're getting the physical therapy. If I went somewhere else, they'd leave you sitting in your room, waiting to die. When I went there, they made me feel good about myself, that I could do the rehab and be okay and start over again.
    - Bill C.
  • A
    I use the services of a physical therapist and the name of the practice is Ability Rehabilitation. I would give them an 'A'. They were very good. Their professional knowledge stood out the most. They were friendly. They weren't annoying or anything like that. The job was done and it was done in such a manner that I am doing pretty well as far as functioning. The availability is pretty good. I have not had any trouble with the billing as I have insurance.
    - MARLENE B.
  • A
    I have nothing but good things to say about Stride Physical Therapy. Dr. Matt Contino and his staff of friendly and professional Techs have been taking care of me for the last several months for serious lower back and neck problems. When I first started, Matt took the time to evaluate my case and to develop a multi-pronged plan for my rehabilitation. The entire staff at Stride is very knowledgeable, personable, and highly professional. Thanks to the care I have been receiving there, it now looks as if I will be able to avoid the alternative (difficult, painful, risky spinal surgeries).

    One thing that sets Stride apart from other physical therapy centers I have been to in the past is the extremely low staff turnover, allowing for a high degree of continuity of care. Despite the length of time necessitated by the difficulty of my case, I have never once had to start over by explaining my situation to the new therapist.
    - John S.
  • A
    Matt and his office staff have been very helpful with my recovery process. He has provided treatment for getting the inflamation down and strengthening excercises to help me recover. They have helped me avoid surgery.
    - Mark C.
  • A
    1. They listen to what you have to say.
    2. They care about their patients.
    3. I felt like they knew what they were doing and the doctor was very knowledgeable as well.
    - joanne d.
  • A
    For back pain, I start off with a 1/2 deep tissue massage.
    Then, I have about 15-20 minutes devoted to ETPS (Electro Therapeutic Point Stimulation), which is basically short, concentrated stimulation to points using hand held units that generate low frequency DC electrical stimulation to the areas causing pain (like trigger points) and causes the body to release endorphins, which helps the body heal itself. My body responds very quickly to this therapy.
    I am then placed in a room for chiropractic treatment. Dr. Rose will adjust my back and/or neck depending on what he accesses is necessary. On this particular visit, Dr. Rose used a chiropractic activator on my spine, which helps to gently realign the joints and relax the surrounding muscles.
    Then Dr. Rose adjusted/manipulated my back and neck, then had me walk around the room afterwards.
    I felt great after the treatment. When I first went in, I could barely bend over. At the end of my visit, I was able to bend over without stiffness and pain.
    - Theresa M.
  • A
    After, my surgery, I was fortunate enough to be referred to Vissers rehabilitation facility to regain my mobility and strengthThe first week of post op, Paul came to my home to help me..Then I began going to his well equipped therapy facilityMy therapist Paul, was phenomenal ! He must be given full credit for his skill , dedication, and encouragement .He gave me the confidence that helped me regain my strength and mobility in an amazingly short period of time ! The staff was warm and friendly. ..Without hesitation, I would recommend the Vissers Rehab Facility to anyone. If you want a speedy recovery, listen to Paul's sage advice.
    - audrey s.
  • A
    We were extremely pleased with the professionalism and the way she was treated. She went for 7 days and it worked. They knew what they were doing. They were very courteous and they accomplished what the prescription said they were supposed to do.
    - Henry G.
  • B
    I had a problem with my foot and I had a damaged nerve. I had to have it checked by a podiatrist and she said the way to fix it would be to go and work on the nerves. I went to a therapist and they did a decent job. I don't have problem with them. The name of the manager is Amanda but I didn't work with her directly. I worked with her staff for about three weeks and that's what my podiatrist asked me to do. It was not improving so I finally had surgery. They provided a pretty decent therapy. I was not too impressed with their clinic but it is more with what kind of service you got. They were very attentive and they never tried to help because I think it was impossible. I think it was a bad recommendation because it did absolutely nothing for me. I ended up getting operated on and that too didn't turn out well. I am still walking so that is good. They made liaisons of the foot and they did a quick x-ray to see what they could see. They proceeded with all sorts of activities to see if they could loosen that up and give me some relief but again it didn't work. The only solution they had was to clip the nerve. They said that there would be little numbness but it was a little worse than that. They did everything they could possibly do. It was a nerve damage and it was nothing to do with the bones.
    - ROBERT I M.
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