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Physical Therapy reviews in Phoenix

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    Neuromuscular Therapy
    I saw Lisa and she was excellent. Every time I left her office, I felt better. My condition improved greatly and I would highly recommend her.
    - Sue K.
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    Phaedra Antioco, OTR/L
    Phaedra is an Occupational Therapist and accepts traditional medicare.  She is extremely professional, knowledgeable and can relate to pain.  She knows how to relieve pain.  After 2 visits, I experienced some major relief.  I am very much looking forward to a series of treatments to relieve all my pain and get back to mobility and stamina that I have not experienced in years.  I am already walking and moving better than I have in 14 years and that is after 4 appointments.  I would recommend her to anyone who sincerely wants to rid themselves of pain
    - Mary E.
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    Apex Physical Therapy
    It's wonderful. I have an artificial shoulder. They installed it 7 years ago and that was the first time that I went to him. He did a wonderful job on it. It functions great. In 2013, I came down with an illness. They had to take out my T-11 vertebrae and they put a space around there, and then they put 2 titanium rods in my back and I went back to him and he had me up and going in no time at all. The doctor gave me a year and a half to 2 years and I was running in about 9-10 months. These people are just fantastic. He is a young man, 39 years old, and that's his company and his wife. I just recommend him to anybody and everybody. I recommended him to some friends and they just love him. They really help. They are fantastic! They have never made a mistake with me. I was in a car accident a year after my back surgery and I couldn't maneuver. He offered to come to the house and help me out. That's the kind of company that he runs. I can't say bad about them. I have graduated from my actual physical therapy and he's got a fitness program. I don't know if his prices have gone up but it's $30 a month and I can come and go as I please, and he's still there to help me if I need him. I can use the machines. It's like a health deal but it's not because he doesn't have a lot of weights. He just has stuff that helps me move around and maneuver and builds up my core strength and my strength at the same time. I can miss a month going there and then come back. It's great.
    - Shirley S.
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    Bustillo Physical Therapy
    Karen helped my wife in some amazing ways. Although Karen is very business like, she was very caring and warm. It was obvious that she cared about both of us as individuals. Instead of saying come back twice every week for six months, Karen allowed us to video the method she used to help my wife. While I'm no physical therapist, even I can approximate what Karen did. Karen told us to come back if we needed her, but that shouldn't be necessary. After have doctors and other medical people try to hook us into various treatment plans, Karen was a breath of fresh air! Highly recommended.
    - Rodney R.
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    Arizona Manual Therapy Centers
    The starting off point is discussing your physical issues with the therapist. This may also include going over MRI reports, etc. Then they start out with very gentle stretching. Depending on the patient the stretching continues then some cardio work is added. It's difficult to say what everyone experiences, as there are so many different conditions. For me, we start with some heat pads on my entire back, to relax the muscles. Then the p.t. manually stretches my tight muscles. He has also taught me stretching and strengthening excercises that I work on on my own, but he keeps an eye on me. Then I lie on an ice pack to reduce any inflammation. I am still going twice a week, since my back issues have been with me for a long time, but hope that I can soon attend 3 times per week.
    - Stacy V.
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    Camelback Sports Therapy
    Great, friendly staff who knows their stuff. Worked with me and tailored the therapy to fit my needs as we went along.
    - Haritha A.
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    I have been seeing Mike at Valley Physical Therapy Services for about a month in relation to a frozen shoulder. Mike is clearly knowledgable and experienced in this area, and spends a lot of time each session on deep massage and pressure on the trigger points in the muscles in the shoulder, arm and back, as well as gentle manipulation of the shoulder joint to increase motion. This condition is one that inevitably takes many months of work to remedy, but I do see clear signs of improvement after each visit, and the pain is lessened. Each visit lasts about 1.5 hours and includes TENS, trigger point massage, gentle exercises (which I have to continue with at home) and joint manipulation. I like the unhurried atmosphere here, and the professional and friendly manner of the staff, and unreservedly recommend them.
    - David B.
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    East Valley Physical Therapy
    I spent the last 7 weeks here at EVPT rehabbing a knee injury. This is the third time i have contracted the services of this provider, for a total of 3 separate injuries requiring physical therapy rehabilitation. Besides proximity to my home, there are two other main reasons i chose this provider. The first being that the staff are not only knowledgeable and skilled, but they are also friendly. Although you as a patient are treated professionally, you conduct your exercises in a relaxed atmosphere. It makes a huge difference. The people that work there are what makes the difference. Dr. Randy Case, Dr. Rob Whipple, Dr. Blair Packard and Paige Martin are physical therapists there who have all participated in helping me return to my life post-injuries. Special thanks also to Joey, Lori, Brenda, Samuel, David, Monica, Rose Marie and all those whose names i don't know that contributed to the sense that this place runs like a well-oiled machine. The second thing i like (and is very hard to find in most outpatient physical therapy programs ) is that they have a pool. Rehabbing your injury in a pool makes a huge difference. It takes away the gravity forces that make moving and working an injured joint so difficult during the rehab . For me it has been the pool all 3 times that has allowed me to do the majority of my rehabbing and i think get quicker results. There is also the option of staying on as an and quot;independentand quot; once you and quot;graduateand quot; from rehab, where you can continue to use the gym and pool facilities for a few months but do not receive supervised attention as you do while you are rehabbing. I would not hesitate to return to this facility should i require PT in the future. I have recommended friends and coworkers to this facility and will continue to do so in the future,
    - Angela A.
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    East Valley Physical Therapy
    They were very thorough and they all did their jobs very well. They explained things well. I liked the fact that I was seen by a physical therapy physician.
    - Linda C.
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    Verde Valley Medical Center
    I have used Diane Dustin, physical therapist for over 4 years now. I have had several unrelated reasons I need PT. Absolutely awesome. What a wonderful woman and program the Verde Valley Medical Center offers!
    - julia h.
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