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TO ALL OUR CURRENT AND PAST PATIENTS:

Our offices in Ardsley and Yonkers have now RE-OPENED. While being open, we will continue to implement social distance and safety guidelines.

At both locations, we are scheduling patient appointments one hour apart. Upon arrival at each office, everyone's temperature is taken using a contactless infrared thermometer. We have also implemented the use of masks, hand washing and constant disinfecting of all used equipment.

As state guidelines change, we will continually update our policies to reflect these changes. Contact our offices for an appointment.

If you still prefer to wait for in-office sessions, we can continue to provide our patients with the following options:

* REVIEW of an EXISTING HOME EXERCISE PLAN?

* REVISE an OLD HOME EXERCISE PLAN?

* PHONE or EMAIL CONSULT?

* THERAPY SESSION by VIDEO?

*OR JUST WANT TO SAY HELLO?


Stay safe. Stay healthy. We are here for you.

Laser Treatment NEW at TheraMAX

Phototherapy is a physical treatment modality using Superluminous Diode (SLD) and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) to emit photons (light) in very specific regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Photons of near infrared and visible red penetrate the skin stimulating a cascade of clinical benefits.

Treatment Philosophy

What to expect when you attend TheraMAX Rehabilitation & Sports Physical Therapy

We at TheraMAX Rehabilitation & Sports Physical Therapy, PLLC are dedicated to providing the highest quality care and the most effective treatments that will serve a patient’s rehabilitation needs.

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Speaking of Rotator Cuff

You have completed your spring clean up, started the weekly mowing, and if you are luckier than the rest of us, you may have even returned to the bowling lanes, the tennis courts, the golf course or even the gym. You just now realize that the small tenderness, the miniscule but sharp pinch or even the slight weakness you felt while lifting the leaf bags just hasn’t gone away. In fact, it’s worse…much worse and ibuprofen just isn’t touching it. You may have injured your rotator cuff.

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