Here are just a few reasons to put your physical therapy in the hands of Jeremy Wehking:
Unlike Previous Physical Therapy Experiences
“Very pleased with the care I received from Jeremy. This was unlike my previous PT experiences; those involved a lot of painful manipulations and escalating exercises with minimal results. I was surprised and pleased that the subtle approach and very direct exercises could be so effective in reversing my situation. I feel 100% better than when I started.” J.A.
Would Definitely Recommend
“Jeremy really did wonders for back and leg pain; would definitely recommend to others!” G.S.H.
“My experience with Jeremy was great. I will be happy to send any one to him. Jeremy was helpful in aspects alleviating my fears of my back issues. I am back to my old self. (NO surgery).” J.J.
Getting Back to Normal Day-to-Day Activities
“Following my motor vehicle accident, Jeremy helped treat my neck and shoulder pain and tingling. I am now able to pick up my kids again. Plus, I am getting back to my normal day-to-day activities and have been overall pain free—yeah!” L.M.B.
Effective, Not Time-Consuming Exercises
“Jeremy pinpointed my problem areas quickly and set me on a course of therapy that helped me greatly. He made sure that my home exercises were not time consuming but effective. I appreciate the fact that he kept me as a patient only as long as was necessary and didn’t have me returning just to keep me on his patient list.” M.C.
Top in Terms of Knowledge and Proficiency
“First I would say that I would notice Jeremy’s courtesy and respect for me as a client. Many times those in the medical profession tend to be condescending but this was the exact opposite. From a knowledge/competence standpoint, Jeremy was very adept and willing to deal with physical problems as they arose versus sticking to a pre-prescribed protocol with no exceptions… I have also seen many PTs, chiropractors, massage therapists and medical specialists…I found Jeremy at the top in terms of knowledge and proficiency and, just as important, his bedside manner. Perhaps the best way to sum it up is that if every PT was like Jeremy, there would be nothing wrong with the profession.” J.L.