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Andrew is amazingly gifted. He has helped me with various issues stemming from a life-long issue. I am now much better off than I have been in years and continue to work to strengthen myself under his care. We have recommended several friends and all have been thrilled. My family feels very fortunate to be able to work with Andrew and experience an improved quality of life. Consider your research over. Make an appointment, you will not regret it!
Andrew is by far the most effective Physical Therapist specializing in helping in athletes increase performance, endurance, and techniques to reduce injury. The sessions he offers are tailored to the athlete and utilize scientifically based research. I appreciate all he has done to provide me guidance and direction in addressing several recurring issues!
I had a knee injury that was about 2 years old by the time I saw Andrew. A combination of hoping it would get better on it's own and just not taking the time to get something done about (it was more annoying rather than debilitating) resulted in me putting off addressing it. I was impressed with Andrew's assessment skills and his ability to explain the different compensations I had developed as a result of my injured knee. The exercises were challenging but doable and I really appreciated the videos he supplied so that I could check my form. He... read more also offered to let me send him videos of me doing the exercises so that he could assess my form if I had questions.The most positive aspect of my appointments with Andrew was how encouraging he was. I had all but stopped exercising for fear of aggravating the injury and, therefore, progressing to debilitating. Andrew has been very supportive of me returning to walking and even encouraging running if I wanted to do so. As I have started adding some running to my cardio, he has given very useful pointers on improving my form and speed in order to prevent injuries.I will definitely seek out Andrew again in the future! read less