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  1. Dear Angela and TAI Crew –

    From the first time I came in and every time thereafter the front office knew my name and greeted me with a smile 😊 and was always very accommodating when I needed a schedule change.

    Angela you always kept my mind at ease, keeping my insurance and appointments covered accordingly. You even got me started at times in the a.m. with your beautiful smile, you gave me Peace of Mind so I was able to concentrate on my recovery. You were absent on picture day, but your name shined on!

    My physical therapist aides, Liz and Jamie were always so gracious, as they got me started and made sure all the patients were being taking care of and keeping the facility sanitized.

    My physical therapist Chad started me off with such care and kept pushing me forward, then came along Eric, always open to answer my questions and not give me any slack, he was always so professional with an infectious smile. Thank him for pushing me forward and giving me the faith that my strength will come in time with hard work. And it did and it continues to do so on my own with the good tools I was taught.

    Watching and hearing the other P.T.’s give encouragement and direction to others in for therapy was uplifting. Rhett had a very fun-hearted character of himself that gave one a giggle.

    Thank you all so much for the inspiration to work hard and keep moving forward. So much appreciate all that you contributed to my recovery.

    All the Best,
    Janet

  2. With sincerest thanks to all of the staff at Grants Pass Physical Therapy;
    Just to let you know that your care, knowledge and concern for my well being was not overlooked.
    From my pre-surgical visits to the rigorous post-op schedule…all appointments indeed, made my recovery expedient and pleasing to my surgeon and of course, myself.
    If one has not had the medical necessity to obtain physical therapy, keep in mind if you should need this service, pay attention to the therapists.
    Not only are they organized in their work plan for you, but they actually ask you what you can do, what are your limits, and goals. Of course it is not all powder puffed, you DO have to WORK and push hard, and if you continue with your exercise program at home, then all the better.
    So, again, thanks Pat, Chad and all of you,
    Sincerely,
    Maeve

  3. I thought that my shoulder would never allow me to resume my active lifestyle. I discovered that my therapy had not progressed after many months,as it should have with another Therapeutic Company. When the doctor told me that it may need to have a second surgery if another session of therapy did not work, I requested that I be sent to Grants Pass Physical Therapy. Thanks to the physical therapy that I received from TAI, I am able to not only hike and play as hard as ever, but I was able to avoid any additional surgery to unfreeze my shoulder. I am able to perform all of the many chores around the house, loading and hauling firewood, moving the creek rocks and repairing water lines, and working on any projects that may arise. I am now painfree and loving life, however I will not be participating in any more arm wrestling in my future, let’s just call it a lesson learned. I am forever grateful Marian, thank you.
    -Wanda P