"Jennifer is a wonderful physical therapist. She
is very personable, caring and attentive to your
needs. She treated me for orthopedic conditions
and was marvelous. I am pain free now and
she gave me suggestions and exercises for 'just-in-case" recurring
pain. She's entirely devoted to each and
every one of her patients and will do anything
that she possibly can to help them. I would
highly recommend her for anyone needing physical
therapy. She'll make you you laugh while
you're in tears!!!!"
Shiela Silman, patient
“Thank you again for all you did for me…It
has been a couple of months now and things
are still going well! Not only did you fix
my problem, but made the process much more bearable.
You took what could have been a very awkward
experience and helped me to feel comfortable.
I will certainly recommend you to anyone I
know needing P.T. of any sort.
“For service above and beyond the call of
duty…Thank you so much for working with me
through my aches and pains. I'm very grateful
that you have such a generous heart.
Amy D., patient
Over a five year period I gradually developed
increasing pain and weakness in my left thigh and
hip. More and more I was finding it difficult to
do even every day things such as housework and
driving. I had tried physical therapy with little
success and had reached the point of taking prescription
pain medication on a daily basis which made my
pain bearable but not to the extent of allowing
me to resume my daily activities. Physically, I
felt I was in a downward spiral that I couldn't
stop. Thankfully, my doctor then referred me to
Jennifer. After several weeks of working with her,
I no longer needed pain medication and was gradually
able to work my way back to a more normal level
of activity. Over a year later, by continuing the
exercises she taught me, I am still medication
free and able to do those things I'd almost had
to give up. Although my condition is not curable,
my experience with Jennifer has given me control
over my life again for which I am so very grateful.
Carole F., patient