10:57 15 Jul 21
Everyone at this clinic is amazing -- from the receptionists, those who handle scheduling, billing, and of course the therapists. They all clearly care deeply for their patients and want to help them through their process of recovery. My mother has been working with Damond for about a year now for recovery from a stroke, and I cannot recommend him highly enough. He's patient and thoughtful, but also knows the best ways to challenge her and get her farther in her recovery. Beyond this, he knows a great deal about brain injury, which is woefully uncommon for many physical therapists. I was so impressed, I decided to have him treat a chronic pain flare up in my lower back. I'm so glad I did — I will take the exercises and language he gave me to engage with the issue probably for the rest of my life.This critique has *nothing* to do with the folks there: the building is not handicap friendly in the most basic of ways — it doesn't have automatic doors, and the doors are heavy. It does have an elevator and a ramp into the building. I'm hoping the building's owner will address the issue, as people are often entering in wheelchairs, crutches, and walkers.