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"John did a very good job and he helped me a lot".

I was very happy  after my physical therapy experience. John did a very good job and he helped me a lot. I will always be thankful.

-Argyri R.

"Coming here was very helpful and progressive".

When I first came in for therapy my back was in a lot of pain. Simple motions hurt and I felt very limited. After the very first day I could feel improvement, and that I was able to do more things with no pain. These last few sessions, the weight was bumped up and that’s when I started to feel little to no pain. Coming here was very helpful and progressive.

-Darren C.

"That’s what makes TheraMAX so professional and so necessary".

Dare I say my experience was phenomenal. I am walking, and walking so well. My injury was so severe, I wasn’t sure I would walk, (and walk normally) again. John is kind and very patient. However, he will push you , as he should. John is so knowledgeable about the  human body, how it works and what one needs to get it working again. That’s what makes TheraMAX so professional and so necessary. I will recommend John to anyone in need happily. Oh yes, John can certainly crack a good joke now and then!  

-Laura G.

"I rate TheraMAX as the best of all PT experiences..."

I have had physical therapy treatment at three different facilities for various ailments. These have been spread over several years, including post-surgery therapy. I rate TheraMAX as the best of all PT experiences to date. Professional , prompt and most importantly effective.

-Joseph C.

"John was extremely thorough and professional..."

John gave me an excellent program that worked very well to heal my lateral collateral ligament sprain. He was attentive to my needs, and gave me a great program to follow at home upon discharge. John was extremely thorough and professional, and I appreciated the flexibility of scheduling appointments.  

P.S. Darline was great!

-Hilary G.

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Tips For Injury Prevention While Snow Shoveling


It happens every winter in the Northeast, snowfalls, usually leaving heavy piles of snow and ice to clear from sidewalks and driveways. The extremely cold and fluffy start to 2009 has confirmed weather expert predictions of a colder than normal winter with heavier snowfalls. Physical Therapists and medical experts alike are concerned about reducing the number of injuries that may occur from shoveling snow.

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