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The program has been very beneficial! I have been challenged to take steroids for hip improvement with hands-on care and exercise. I recommend Waynesboro Synergy to anyone who desires to feel better PHYSICALLY AND EMOTIONALLY. The staff has been and is OUTSTANDING. Their aim has been to improve my hip with less pain and better mobility. I look forward to returning after hip replacement.
My doctor recommended me to this physical therapy group. It has been wonderful. Everyone is extremely professional and friendly, especially Melissa at the front desk. Completing my therapy, I am ready to be more active with less pain for a 85-year-old blessed man!
Before I came to Synergy I had severe knee pain after my knee replacement. I could not stand anything to touch my knee. Sleeping was a real problem as I could not stand the sheets to touch my knee. Later this was diagnosed as CRPS, but before the diagnosis, my therapists Joe and Jen went to work strengthening my painful knee. They were disciplined, organized and worked with me to attack this problem. They have succeeded by helping me get relief enough so I can sleep and have clothes touch my knee. I would recommend Synergy to anyone who has a need for physical therapy. All of the staff are wonderful!
In eight sessions, I have improved on all of the measures for ameliorating the symptoms of Parkinson by 30%! I have gained strength, but most importantly I have increased my balance to prevent falls and to move my body with more confidence. The balance exercises, I will be able to continue at the close of the course of therapy. I highly recommend this course for all people who are facing aging, motion and balance difficulty. Hopefully, this program will delay the onset of Parkinson's symptoms. GREAT program and wonderful staff!
I have been to Synergy several times. They helped me avoid back surgery for about 5 yrs. This time Ryan and Brett worked with me after major/complex back surgery Going to Synergy is like working in a family. Most staff members call you by name and are familiar with your case. They do their best to help you regain strength, balance, mobility, and confidence. The PT's also help you with accommodations to help you live your best life!
Having scoliosis often is difficult in getting provider's who will listen and understand the complex pain I had. After injuring myself while exercising, I thought I would never be able to work out comfortably again. Thanks to Annie and Joe, their expertise has helped my pain improve tremendously. I am very thankful to be leaving with no pain and with an established relationship with two PT's I trust and recommend!
Did you know that you don’t need a prescription for physical therapy?
If you’re suffering from an injury or chronic pain, take advantage of your direct access to a fully qualified physical therapist to diagnose your condition and relieve your pain. Save time and money by skipping the prescription and scheduling your 1-hour initial evaluation at Synergy Rehab and Wellness today!
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