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  • B
    I have seen four of the therapists. Two I have seen for the current problem. Two I saw several years ago for a pulled calf muscle. Physical therapy previously worked well in a short period of time. My therapy this time is still early but seems to be going well. The exercises push me which is exactly what I want. Communication with all the staff has been good.
    - Gloria N.
  • A
    He's probably the best and I've been going there for 3 years so I don't have a problem getting in there but some people may have to wait a while. He's not the cheapest but I'm totally impressed with him. I can't say enough good things about him.
    - Rudy L.
  • A
    I received Pkg #5, The Everything Massage, from Giovanna, my and quot;personaland quot;, traveling, massage therapist; she arrived promptly to set up shop so as to begin my session on time, I awaited her arrival with bated breath assured that she'd know exactly how to soothe my aching lower back. She went right to work, her magic hands kneading every necessary muscle to address my problem. Our session is a non-stop, all-in-one physical, mental, emotional, as well as, social therapy. You do not want to miss this extraordinary experience; book today!
    - Diane V.
  • A
    I had relief of some of my symptoms after the first treatment. I've had three treatments to date and am very pleased with the results. I will definitely return to him and recommend him to friends and colleagues.
    - Barbara W.
  • A
    In every case, Ms. Koch worked with me to resolve the injuries or problems by providing multiple hands on therapy sessions in her office, and providing instructions and equipment for my own therapy exercises at home. She has been in this profession for over twenty years and is well known in the medical community, among the orthopedic specialists and others, for her expertise, availability, and effectiveness. Note that I went back to her for treatment on subsequent issues because she was so effective in helping me to resolve the first one, a frozen shoulder. I should add that I had received physical therapy on the frozen shoulder for a few months in a different clinic and never got better. Thank goodness I was ultimately referred to Ms. Koch.
    - Diana L.
  • A
    You will see nothing but raves about this man because he is the best. I can't even tell you how good he is. He is brilliant. The people he works with are pretty good. The front office leaves a little bit to be desired. He will get new staff eventually, I think. I have been going there for 25 years.
    - Georgi F.
  • A
    Susan is the best you'll find. I have very tight muscles in neck and shoulders, including some older tendonitis that flares up from time to time. Susan offers deep tissue massage, which I find very helpful. I've had a number of massages over the years, but Susan is definitely the best. That says a lot these days because massage has become more mainstream and there are a lot of options to get a decent massage. However, what sets Susan Peterson apart is that she is incredibily knowledgable about physiology, is very skilled in technique, and also takes the time to listen to what you need. You won't get just a scripted massage session, it is genuine healing. Tell Sue what you have going on and she will help you! She'll listen to you and work on the problem. I'm glad to be able to give something back by writing this review. She is gifted.
    - David D.
  • A
    This was an excellent experience, with a very experienced, knowledgeable and gifted massage therapist. When I first called for an appointment Laurie gave some helpful advice on stretching, etc. When I arrived for my appointment a few days later, I was brought in right away for my one-hour massage. She's very strong and often works with patients who require deeper massage than me, but easily adjusted her style to the light-to-medium pressure that I need to loosen tight muscles in my neck, shoulders and back. By the time the hour was up I felt like I had a new lease on life! My body felt totally relaxed and energized, and all those tight muscles nicely loosened up. While I was receiving my massage she also gave me some helpful suggestions for things to do at home.
    - Donna M H.
  • A
    Dr. Kim determined that there was calcification on my rotator cuff.  We scheduled orthoscopic surgery which went extremely well.  Essentially, he ground up the calcification, as I understand it.  Since nothing vital had to be cut, recovery was very quick.  After a couple of months and some physical therapy, my shoulder was as good as new, and has been fine for the past 18 months.  There was negligible scarring and minimal post-operative pain, thanks to his technique and a spinal block used by the anesthesiologist that blocked sensation for the next 12 hours or so.  Dr. Kim has a very pleasant bedside manner.  He saw me several times after the surgery to monitor my progress.  I am very happy with his work.
    - Jonathan H.
  • D
    After confirming with my brand new health insurer this provider was one of its PPO In Network contracted providers, I took my MD order and presented for the initial eval visit.  The MD directed me to obtain Aquatic PT and this small center with its tiny therapy pool is quite close to where I live. Bad news for anyone with a sensitive to the chlorine odor as it is in a small area with no ventilation so not only is it really warm in the room itself from the heat of the water but there?s no getting away from the smell of the chlorine either.        

    I was seen for the initial evauationl on Monday Jan. 16th, 2012 which was MLK day.  My health insurer was closed for this holiday.  The PT center?s Biller, Caroline, was not in the office. After signing in, turning in all of the forms I was required to complete along with an MRI and Xray report, I was told I had to pay a $7.50 Copay.  I said I didn?t have any outpatient rehab copay requirement at all. I was told by the front office girl my insurer was contacted and that I had to pay the $7.50 or not be seen. I reluctantly forked over this idiotic sum and had the eval done.     

    At the Monday MLK day visit, after the PT therapist did the eval,  I was placed on a lukewarm heating pad and had electrodes applied to my right lower back for electrical stimulus x 15 min which did absolutely nothing for me.  Had to lie on a table that was really really close to tables     on either side of me. No privacy either when the electrodes were placed by the female PTA I may add as she dug around for proper placement. Not up to me to ID where the electrodes were to have been placed.  A male PTA ended up removing the electrodes as the female PTA said she couldn?t reach low enough in my stretch pants to grab them as one was at the buttock level!   Yikes!!!!   I am no prude and I have had PT and male PTA involvement in the past for similar PT services but I never encountered anything like this- I was so taken aback I didn?t know what to say! I decided at the end of the appt I would not allow any of their staff to ever do that again.        

    I called my Insurer Wed. 1/18/12.   It was confirmed I have NO COPAY for outpatient rehab services at all. I presented, on time and in my bathing suit, for the 1st actual Pool PT visit on Friday 1/20/12. Biller Caroline came out and told me the $7.50 was my Coinsurance, not a /copay, that I would have to pay at each and every visit.  And no, this isn?t something New Life was willing to bill me     for .  The only other alternative she offered me was to pay  1/2 of my annual deductible, 10x the  idiotic sum I was initially and incorrectly told was a copay requirement I had.  Why would I ever want to do that?  I said No? and walked away from the appointment without being seen.

    Upon my arrival home, I called my health insurer to file a complaint against New Life Rehab for its insulting attempt at its ?money grab?. First, don?t lie to a patient by calling something a ?Copay? when in  fact it is not.     Second,  Coinsurance for an In Network provider is a % and is based on the contracted payment agreement between the Insurer and the service provider.  There is no way in the world for me to be able to confirm what this might be given the fact this was my first service ever with New Life Rehab and the fact my Insurer hadn?t even received New Life?s claim for my 1/16/12 eval service.    Third, I most certainly will NOT pay any service provider upfront any deductible sum- the Insurer is responsible for tracking when a person?s annual deductible is met. If I had been dumb enough to have paid 1/2 of my annual deductible today, the Insurer would likely have been none the wiser and would have had any chance to begin tracking  the deductible I do have for benefit year 2012.

    I have had PPO insurance for the last 8 yrs.  I well know how PPO coverage works. I have never in all those years been asked to pay any coinsurance upfront to a service provider before any service has been provided.I worked for more than 18 yrs with a large US insurer.  I am a highly informed health care consumer, I know how PPO coverage works, I know the difference between a Copay, Coinsurance and Deductible, I know what my benefit coverage is  and I know how billing submittals are supposed to be done.  

    To say I am beyond disgusted with New Life Rehab is an Understatement!
    - Lee F.
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