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"John helped me with my back and I am feeling amazing now".

 I started rehab because I was having trouble with my back, after a few months I feel so much better. John helped me with my back and I am feeling amazing now. Thank you so much John!

-Fiorentina F.

"After months of physical therapy with John my life has completely turned around".

I had spinal laminectomy surgery in June of 2018. Tying my shoe laces was nearly impossible, rolling over in bed was very difficult, walking a distance was very hard. After  months of physical therapy with John my life has completely turned around. I can now do all the things that I could not do. I can exercise on my own treadmill and perform careful physical activities. I could not be happier with the results.   

-Gary A.

"John did a very good job and he helped me a lot".

I was very happy  after my physical therapy experience. John did a very good job and he helped me a lot. I will always be thankful.

-Argyri R.

"Coming here was very helpful and progressive".

When I first came in for therapy my back was in a lot of pain. Simple motions hurt and I felt very limited. After the very first day I could feel improvement, and that I was able to do more things with no pain. These last few sessions, the weight was bumped up and that’s when I started to feel little to no pain. Coming here was very helpful and progressive.

-Darren C.

"That’s what makes TheraMAX so professional and so necessary".

Dare I say my experience was phenomenal. I am walking, and walking so well. My injury was so severe, I wasn’t sure I would walk, (and walk normally) again. John is kind and very patient. However, he will push you , as he should. John is so knowledgeable about the  human body, how it works and what one needs to get it working again. That’s what makes TheraMAX so professional and so necessary. I will recommend John to anyone in need happily. Oh yes, John can certainly crack a good joke now and then!  

-Laura G.

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Sciatica


Millions of people suffer from low back pain each day. Most are between the ages of 30 and 50, and many endure not only back pain, but also severe pain or numbness running into one or both legs. The result: loss of activity, inability to work and inability to participate in the activities we enjoy most. It is estimated that some 80 to 90% of Americans will suffer from back pain during their lifetime, about 50% of which will have more than one episode. Often times, you will hear the name “Sciatica” associated with this pain, and rightly so.

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