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Martha P.

My experience was great! Darline was helpful and well organized. Appointments ran on time. Despite how much the treatment hurt , sessions were relaxed and as pleasant as possible. John had a good sense of how far to push me and was compassionate. Most importantly, my shoulder feels better! Thanks.

-Martha P.

Caitlin F.

My son had a great experience here. Both John and Anto were attentive to my son's needs and progress. He felt well cared for and I did as well. It was great that John and Anto treated my son as the patient, as a teen it was important for him to "own" his recovery. I liked the way both John and Anto respected him and spoke with him (not just me). It's clear that you all care about your patients. We have passed your info to the orthopedic surgeon and highly recommended you. The surgeon was impressed with my son's recovery. Darline was great to work with and very organized. Thank you all so much!

-Caitlin F.

Vincent C.

From my first visit my progress towards rehabilitation went in a positive way. John monitored and helped with all my exercises and he was also very informative when it came time to increase and add exercises to my treatment. Though the stretches were somewhat painful, they brought me to great range of motion.

Both John and Darline made my experience extremely pleasant. Thanks for everything.

-Vincent C.

Tong Y.

The staff at TheraMAX are friendly and helpful. I feel much much better than the first day I came in, My pain is totally gone and I can go back to do all the exercises I want to do. Thank you TheraMAX.

-Tong Y.

Joseph L.

I had shoulder surgery due to a torn bicep. During my PT sessions with John my range of motion and strength returned to the point that I could continue the sport (boxing) that I used to do before the injury.

John and his staff were both professional, prompt and the treatment was effective. Well done!

-Joseph L.

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Sciatica


Millions of people suffer from low back pain each day. Most are between the ages of 30 and 50, and many endure not only back pain, but also severe pain or numbness running into one or both legs. The result: loss of activity, inability to work and inability to participate in the activities we enjoy most. It is estimated that some 80 to 90% of Americans will suffer from back pain during their lifetime, about 50% of which will have more than one episode. Often times, you will hear the name “Sciatica” associated with this pain, and rightly so.

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