Types of Treatment
Neurologically trained physical therapists focus on regaining a patient's balance and strength.
Strive's physical therapists specialize in neurological disorders. A neurological physical therapist will focus on retraining the body's functionality in regards to basic movements that were affected by a neurological disease or diagnosis.
Strive can treat patients that suffer from:
- Parkinson's Disease (LSVT BIG)
- POTS and EDS Associated Conditions
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Balance/Vestibular Deficits
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Here’s what some of our patients had to say
I was fortunate enough to see Dr. Anthony on the very SAME day I called, to request help with vertigo. He was very knowledgeable, thorough, and compassionate. Not only did I leave feeling better, I also left equipped with practical, easy to follow information to help prevent future incidents. This was my second visit to…
I had a total knee replacement in Sept this year. I chose Soar Therapy for my re-hab. At first I dreaded going in for the appointments and going thru the process which was estimated to be 3 months of therapy. My therapist is Chris Albanese. Well Chris made it a fun experience. We got along…
Dr. Keith was wonderful. Very thorough and always took the time to explain everything in detail. The entire staff is welcoming, friendly and efficient. My experience with Soar was wonderful and I recommend it to anyone requiring PT.
The professional atmosphere, cleanliness, and attentiveness of the staff I came in contact with at Strive provided a wonderful experience.
The time I spent with Tom and other members of the staff was great. The therapy that was provided cured me! I’m thankful to Dr. Paz who recommended that I come here. Again the staff here at STRIVE have been great. I could come here just for the workout. Again, I say thanks for your…
Mark knew what he was doing; in all my years of therapy Mark was the best. He gave me Physical Therapy that worked for me. He knows his career very well. He knows what the patient needs to get better. Thank you so much!