"I was very pleased with my visit. With no appointment, I was seen right away. In and out in a timely manner. "
"I was pleased with the doctor's diagnosis and prognosis. I am looking forward to getting my right foot repaired."
"My visit went well considering these times. Dr. was helpful and knowledgeable of my issue."
"I think everybody took such great care of me and I appreciate it so much. They were all so professional. It was very good. Thank you so much."
"All staff that I observed while I was there demonstrated safety and care for patients in this difficult time due to COVID-19. From the moment entering the entrance, front desk personnel were professional but established boundaries. The doctor was thorough and together we established a plan of care for optimal healing of my left shoulder."
"The exercises my therapist gave me started helping right away. I could feel a difference right away. She also supported me in where my body and my abilities are right now...helping me to be patient and work with what I've got right now, building on that for later. One step at a time, no need to rush."
"My physical therapy sessions have been helpful. I feel confident doing my exercises and if I have any concerns, my therapists are extremely helpful."
"I appreciate the medical knowledge and efficiency ... and helpful, courteous approach that everyone took during my visit."
"I cannot express how thankful I am for always having such warm and caring customer service. From start to finish of every visit each admin, nurse and provider treat me with the utmost care and attention! Your team truly has it all!"
"The staff at the new Bone and Joint Surgery Center were the best!! It was truly a great experience and would definitely recommend them. Thank you."
"I really appreciate all of the nurses and staff who cared for me before and after my surgery. I also appreciated the follow-up call. It eased my anxiety and I felt important as a patient. "
October is National Physical Therapy (PT) month, so we wanted to showcase some aspects of Physical Therapy that may be less known to most. 1. Did you know that DPT stands for Doctor of Physical Therapy? That’s right, the DPT behind your therapist’s name means that they have a clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy, and…