I went to see Andrew last year for a running assessment. The information provided as well as the exercises he recommended were helpful and beneficial in helping me keep away the dreaded IT band pain. Andrew is patient when explaining the issues as well as the goals of the exercises. He is an active and caring provider who is always concerned and caring about the progress that I was making.
I was struggling with hip problems for months. I run maybe 20-30 miles a week but when I made my first appointment with Andrew my hip pain was so bad I could barely walk. I had gone to another in-network provider and he had told my there was a problem with my psoas. That treatment did nothing even though I saw him 2x/week. I've been to Andrew 4x in 5 months and each time he observes me and then prescribes new exercises for me to do at home. The meetings are over an hour and he is very patient and engaged. It is not like any pt I have been to in the past. Most of the work you do at home, so there are not a lot of appointments. I've been doing my exercises regularly and my pain has receded and I'm back to running. Andrew not only correctly diagnosed the problem, he takes the time to explain exactly what is going on. I've worked on my running form and with my exercises, I'm a better, faster, more efficient runner than before I got injured. With BCBS, I sent the claim in and was reimbursed, so don't be scared off by the out of network label. I highly recommend this guy. He knows what he's doing.
PhysioWorks, Sports and Wellness, Inc
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