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"I valued the treatment at TheraMAX and weekly saw progress..."

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.

"John is hands on all the way..."

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.

'My experience at TheraMAX was really good..."

My experience at TheraMAX was really good because I started with really bad arm strength. I gained that back and I can now hopefully continue with my baseball career. I have the opportunity to now play again which was something a year ago that I didn’t think would happen.

-Hudson T.

"I had a great experience at TheraMAX..."

I had a great experience at TheraMAX. John, Darline and Anto  are a terrific team who truly care. My knee is doing beautifully!

-Barbara B.M.

"I can say I had the BEST Physical Therapy treatment ever given by John..."

I started Physical Therapy with John for pain in my right hip before and after my hip replacement. I can say I had the BEST Physical Therapy treatment ever given by John and his staff. Thank you very much, I would recommend everyone I know in need of Physical Therapy to John.

-Barbara B.

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Speaking of Rotator Cuff

You have completed your spring clean up, started the weekly mowing, and if you are luckier than the rest of us, you may have even returned to the bowling lanes, the tennis courts, the golf course or even the gym. You just now realize that the small tenderness, the miniscule but sharp pinch or even the slight weakness you felt while lifting the leaf bags just hasn’t gone away. In fact, it’s worse…much worse and ibuprofen just isn’t touching it. You may have injured your rotator cuff.

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