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Lizabeth A.

I have been to other PT places before but I have found that TheraMAX was more rigorous and attentive to my needs. John is serious in his work and it was most appreciated by me and I am sure the rest of his patients. I would happily recommend TheraMAX to any of my friends.

-Lizabeth A.

Joanne F.

Very good!!!

John is always informative and courteous. Never had to wait long to be seen. I am extremely satisfied with his expertise.

-Joanne F.

Dana F.

I am very thankful for my recovery experience at TheraMAX. Darline was extremely patient in explaining  to me the process of worker’s comp and very flexible with scheduling. John has been great to worth with; I appreciate his attention when performing exercises and his explanation of how each exercise was helpful for strengthening my knee. I feel confident in doing these exercises on my own so I can prevent the injury from happening again. Thanks!

-Dana F.     

Susan C.

I valued the treatment at TheraMAX and weekly saw progress. John is an expert at physical therapy and at evaluating a person’s abilities and level of competence. He constantly challenged and motivated me to do better and be stronger. John knows when to increase the level of activity. I couldn’t be happier with my experience at TheraMAX. Darline is extremely competent, helpful and knowledgeable as the Office Manager. Thanks!!

-Susan C.

Gloria C.

Just a few words to say how much John has done to help me with my balance and stability problems. John is hands on all the way, which I never had with any other therapist, and I appreciate that. He keeps on top of you to make sure you are doing what you should be and doing the right way. Darline is a pleasant addition to John’s team. She’s very knowledgeable of her job and can answer all and any questions you might have.

Thanks John,

-Gloria C.

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Hard Core Strength


Over the past 10 to 15 years, ‘core stability’ has become synonymous with abdominal strength. The fact of the matter is that the abdominal muscles are given too much credit when it comes to real core strength. The abdominals posses a limited and specific action. Actually, the ‘core’ consists of several muscles that run the length of the trunk and torso stabilizing the spine, pelvis and shoulders. When engaged, they provide a stable foundation for both arm and leg functional mobility allowing us to generate powerful movements through our extremities. Core strengthening exercises are an important part of overall fitness training that, except for the occasional sit up or crunch, are often neglected.

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