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249-12 Jericho Turnpike Suite 205 Floral Park, NY 11001.
Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
At Strategic Physical Therapy, the health and safety of our patients is always our top priority. As such, we are diligently monitoring updates to the Coronavirus or COVID-19. We understand this is a challenging time for us, but want to reassure you that we are committed to using preventive measures such as disinfecting our equipment and countertops, washing our hands frequently, and using alcohol-based sanitizer to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, as well as cold and flu. In addition, we are emphasizing and encouraging proper hand hygiene among our patients, and have strategically placed hand sanitizers and wipes throughout our clinics. Our clinicians and staff are happy to employ the use of gloves and/or masks upon request or when necessary.
We kindly ask that if you are experiencing any of the common cold or flulike symptoms, that you allow our patient care coordinators to reschedule your appointment when you are feeling better. We will continue to monitor the latest Coronavirus updates and will make any changes necessary to help keep our patients and staff healthy.
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Friendly and inviting staff, providing a professional yet relaxed and warm environment that motives one to push through exercises, while feeling comfortable enough to enjoy the time and look forward to following appointments. They show they care and help motivate you during a difficult time, which is integral to recovering after surgery or an injury. Would highly recommend.
Great experience here. My wife attends for rehab after knee replacement. She has been going to this PT place for approximately two years. Staff are friendly and professional, and Keyuri is an amazing and knowledgeable PT. She also helps with understanding how to properly practice the exercises at home. Highly recommend to everyone!
Fabulous staff great atmosphere the best instructors would highly recommend
I called Strategic Physical Therapy after a disappointing fail start with an anti social, extremely unfriendly therapy place that made me feel like I was just going thru the motions. Cynthia the front desk young lady was able to squeeze me in the next day (I was extremely grateful) I meet with Kay one of the physical therapist and I not afraid to tell you I was in tears because I just felt that I wasn’t going to get better I would be walking with my cane forever. Kay reassured me that if I came in and did my exercises, follow up with it at home and I would get back to normalcy. It’s not an overnight process I would have to put the work in remain consistent I would see the light at the end of the tunnel. So far it’s been two months and my balance is starting to come back my knee is not buckling as much. This is not my first therapy place it’s my third and I’ve done more here in the last two months than the other I was going to for over two years. It’s so refreshing to have such a dedicated group of therapists that actually wants to help get back to being you. The Physical therapists are Kay and Mallory, Ester is the Rehab assistant sometimes you will see Ravi assisting also and of course Cynthia (she’s hilarious if your looking down she will surely have you smiling and laughing). With a dedicated and knowledgeable therapy team like this in my corner I know I’ll get back to myself in no time. So if your goal is to get back to what you where before your accident or ailment this is the PLACE TO BE!!!!
This Therapy office is belong the best. It’s really great, my parents are very stubborn and hard to get them to trust doctors and therapist. But when we were recommended to go to this therapy office. The staff was absolutely amazing. They were very welcoming,caring and on the go to making you go back on your feet with no pain. My mom loved them. They got her going and making her motivated and I do see results!! Thanks strategic physical therapy for helping my mom feel soo much better. I would definitely recommend them to my love ones and others!!
FOOT PAIN? NEW STUDY SAYS LOOK AT HIP AND KNEE FOR COMPLETE DIAGNOSIS
A study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and Harvard Medical School suggests new guidelines may be in order for evaluating and treating lower extremity pain. Investigators set out to determine if there was a relation between foot pain and lower extremity joint pain, and they found a significant association between foot pain and knee or hip pain.