After being encouraged by my neurologist to try therapy one more time, I am happy to report that I am feeling, for the first time, immensely improved and beginning to feel almost normal. To this I have to thank Lauren Borro of your staff. Through a combination of therapy excercises which were previously unfamiliar to me, dry needling, and conditioning, I feel stronger and on a path for continued improvement. Although I am realistic enough to recognize that I will never be cured and will probably have to periodically continue some sort of therapy, I feel that I can look forward to future years in which I can enjoy life. I am looking forward to hopefully taking an extended trip in my car which has been foreclosed to me for years.
I also want to commend Izzy. He was very kind and patient.
Dr. Mark D. Klaiman, MD
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Dr. Haim S. Hechtman, DPT
Monday – Thursday 7am – 7pm
Friday 7am – 5pm,
Saturday 8am – 1pm
“When I learned that my two favorite practitioners—who gave me back a normal, pain-free life—were joining their practices I thought, what a winner…..”
– Jane Stanley
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