350 RADIO PARK DRIVE STE 1
"Speaking from the experience of many visits: these folks are great! They know what needs to be done to get you functioning again, and they work well with all different ages and personalities. They keep the atmosphere friendly and upbeat."
- Patient C.L.
" I actually enjoy going to PT! I just can't say enough good about this group. Bradley is extremely knowledgeable. He's gentle yet gets the job done. He educates you on what's going on in your hand/wrist. He, Hillary and Tonya are very patient and take as much time as you need, never making you feel rushed. They truly care and treat you like a friend, not just a patient passing through."
- Patient S.A.
"Love this place! Brad and Tonya are such sweet and caring people and run a fantastic "family" business! The staff is like one big family and as a fellow small business owner, I think that's extremely important in a locally owned business. I feel so much better after my therapy sessions! Not only physically but mentally. Always lots of laughs and fun with this crew! I'm sure gonna miss them when I'm gone! Everyone who mentions needing physical therapy I will recommend to this place! You can't go wrong with Brad and his fabulous staff!"
- Patient K.W.
"Professional, knowledgeable and friendly. I enjoyed meeting the owners and staff. Very nice and they make my hand feel so much better! I love playing in the sand box as well as in the hot wax! The hand massage - oh my! Highly recommend."
- Patient D.S.
Here are some tips to keep in mind for your first physical therapy visit:
1. Write down any symptoms you've been having and for how long and when they are aggravated (times of the day/with certain activities).
2. Write down key information about your medical history, even if it seems unrelated to the condition for which you are seeing the physical therapist, including any medications you are taking.
3. Bring a list of the names of your physician and other health care professionals that you would like your physical therapist to contact regarding your evaluation and your progress.
4. Wear loose fitting clothing and clothing that allows access to the body part that is injured.