Jeremy helped my daughter rehab her knee after a basketball injury. He is a thorough professional who takes the time to address muscular imbalances before assigning exercises to strengthen the problem areas. He was very willing to work with our crazy schedule and is very friendly, knowledgeable and welcoming. Jeremy also took the time to explain the 'why' of what he was doing which helped my daughter to be more committed to performing prescribed exercises at home. I highly recommend Jeremy if you are looking for a physical therapist who can really help you!read more
The exercises Jeremy gave me eliminated the pain/discomfort in my back rather quickly. He also gave me exercises to strengthen the muscles to prevent the same problem down the road. Jeremy is extremely knowledgeable and takes the time to listen and explain how the exercises will help. He spends the whole time working one on one with you. By far the best physical therapist I've been to!
There are two parking lots for his office which is a plus in South Miami.read more
Jeremy is by far, the best physical therapist I've ever worked with. I've had pain in my hip and lower back for years, and none of the PTs or doctors I visited were able to improve my condition. PTs would give me very generalized exercises that I would do faithfully for weeks, but they would have no impact. I would give them feedback, but they rarely changed their approach.
By the time I started therapy with Jeremy, I couldn't walk without pain; driving and other simple daily activities were a trial; and I was beginning to think that I might have to live in this condition indefinitely. But my experience at Advanced Physical Therapy Specialists was completely different. From my very first appointment, it was apparent that Jeremy's many years of experience, and his commitment to keeping up with the latest in the PT field have really payed off. He went over my symptoms methodically and had me move in different ways so he could narrow down his treatment plan. He then assigned me three simple exercises very different from any I'd tried before in that they worked one or two muscle groups very specifically and focused on doing the exercise properly 3-4 times, rather than sloppily 10-12 times. They took about 15 minutes to do all on a daily basis.
Every session he would reassess. If an exercise wasn't working for me, he would ask me a few diagnostic questions, and then assign me something different. I would get new short, simple exercises almost every week as I advanced; I never felt like my progress stagnated. He also spent at least half the session on trigger point massage, dry needling, and other manual Physical Therapy techniques that calmed my inflamed hip and back muscles, preventing them from seizing up and stymieing my progress.
To my great surprise and relief, I starting seeing improvement within just a few sessions. Thanks to Jeremy I am able to take part in normal activities again without pain. Huge portions of my life that I'd had to put aside because of pain have suddenly opened up again. I recommend him wholeheartedly to anyone who needs physical therapy, whether you've had many years of debilitating chronic pain, or need help recovering from a recent injury, Jeremy will be able to help.read more
Jeremy is the best. He treats the whole person and genuinely cares about his clients. He helped correct my hip and shoulder issues so I could return to volleyball and snowboarding. I even took up boxing. Jeremy could easily rest on his experience, but instead he keeps learning and improving his craft. A rare find.read more
What Jeremy does is far beyond just "PT". Equipped with PRI (and some manual) techniques, he can get to the root of positional problems immediately. And as I experienced, that usually means immediate changes. Each week I've watched, thoroughly impressed, as he tests/retests, then provides progressive or regressive exercises to match progress. No laundry list of cookie-cutter exercises with a hope that it might do "something" (what my prior experience was with other PTs). No need to lay on foam rollers or stick lacrosse balls in weird places just to feel right (what I used to think was "good warmup"). Whereas a lot of typical PT is a jackhammer, this PRI stuff is a scalpel: precise and thorough and - in the right hands - capable of helping people of all backgrounds and levels of activity feel and move better...Jeremy is the right set of hands.read more