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  • Debra and her team, Kelly and Kayleigh, are fantastic. My doctor was blown away at how well I healed and recovered from the surgery.  They are a fun group so I always looked forward to going there, and they pushed me  - they knew what I was capable of doing better than I did, so I was always impressed at how my strength and flexibility recovered.
    They are all very knowledgeable and constantly in tune with my comfort / pain levels.  
    I want to keep going, but my insurance won't have it.  They do allow you to continue coming for $15 mat fee per visit though to use the equipment.  Love all the balance exercises.  


    - ANTHONY D.
  • Wow, am I glad I chose to go there, and that I have stuck with the program for months.  I've made remarkable progress and I am thrilled about it.  Vivian, the therapist, is remarkable with identifying posture and motion problems, and more importantly their underlying cause and ways to resolve them.  Vivian is quite brash in a colorful Brooklyn sort of way.  I have found her style to be very effective.  Not only do I find her funny, she really got in my head regarding posture and using my core. Several weeks into treatment, I paused for a trip out of the country.  I constantly heard here voice reprimanding me when I was being lazy.  And it?s not just style; she?s extremely qualified and board certified.
    Among other issues, my knees have been my primary problem.  Rather than simply take the technical diagnosis (PES anserine bursitis) and follow a predetermined set of exercises, she evaluated a number of posture and core strength issues through careful observation over several sessions and a multitude of exercises.  In my case, unequal leg length, poor mechanics favoring one side and corresponding core and support muscle deficiencies are the underlying cause.  By addressing these issues my problems have been resolved.  Three months ago walking across the room was painful.  Now I'm back to regular pain-free running and I'm thrilled.  
    In addition various forms of treatment and stimulation, massage therapy is frequently incorporated into their treatment.  There is a separate room for the messages.  I'm not a big fan of massages where you're essentially petted and lightly rubbed.  If it doesn't hurt, I feel like I have not gotten my money's worth.  I was not disappointed here at Prevent the Pain; I actually got more than I bargained for, but it's all for the best.  Given that my problems have built up over many years, I have many muscles which are
    very tight and knotted together.  Part of the therapy has been to break up that muscle tissue.  It has been excruciatingly painful at times, but has made a radical difference for me.
    There are two massage therapists I have worked with; Marcia and Jason.  Both are excellent and I highly recommend them.  I started with Marcia, and as Jason knows, she's still my favorite.  There's something wonderful about someone whispering, "That's all right, Boo, breathe deeply ...... and it will all be over soon."  All while inflicting the most exquisite pain ever.  It's just not
    the same when Jason calls me Boo.  They both worked progressively deeper and deeper over a series of sessions.  We are now at ?Scream to Mama? level where I literally can?t help but cry out in pain.  It?s really unlike any other massage I?ve ever had at any traditional massage place or resort.  Please don?t be scared off bythis; for me it has been a critical component of returning to pain free exercise.  I am glad to endure it now that I have seen the results.

    - Steven D.
  • First, let me say that I have been going to Back to Wellness since 2003 when I injured my back. During my rehab, I worked with Dr. Hendelman (chiropractor), Milana Wachsman (PT) and Gerald Mason (LAc) as well as numerous Pilates instructors and massage therapists employed there. When I started there, I doubted I would never be pain free again. Through hard work and efforts of the team there to keep me on track, I am now completely pain free, and pretty much able to do anything I want (within reason). I continue to take weekly group Pilates classes, and if I ever manage to over do it, or get clumsy, I go back in and get tuned up as quickly as possible. The team there is fantastic.
    - Andrea K.
  • They were very professional and they helped my mother quite a bit. Bonnie Cardenas made herself available on Saturdays or whenever we needed her. They really are a good group and are very helpful. It was very easy to get an appointment with them. The office was very neat and clean. They were always there when we needed them and the staff was very nice. The bedside manner was great and they communicated well with us. The billing and administration was fine.
    - Carolyn U.
  • Their TENS units, which runs electric charges into your body to help the muscles, burned my lower back. I was told by the physical therapist: You clearly see it was from our equipment because the burn are eqidistance. Their service was negligent and worthy of a malpractice suit.
    - Jill C.
  • I have worked with Bonnie Cardenas, who is the president of the facility, over the years. I was initially referred to her for incontinence, and she helped me with that. I have a frozen shoulder, so my bone doctor referred me to her. I have been going to her for over a year now. She has helped me get my shoulder where I can use it again. She is also a polio expert; I am a polio survivor, and I know that it is very hard to find people who understand polio. I have gone back and forth to her for the last 10 years. I would recommend her highly. She has a good staff; when she was not available, I used the other people in the practice, and they were excellent. I would rate her highly and would continue to use her in the future; I would not go to any other place for physical therapy.
    - MARY S.
  • They are a wonderful physical therapy group. They use Pilate and Feldenkrais, which are forms of physical therapy. I have used them off and on for the last ten years. I have gone to them for bladder control exercises and for some Polio issues.
    - MARY S.
  • They're great.
    - Janet H.
  • 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.
    - Joy T.
  • I have been very satisfied with her. She offer great treatments.
    - CHRISTINE S.
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