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Due to the high levels of stress our bodies endure during both athletic and recreational activities, it is an all too common occurrence to experience soreness and performance decrements, sometimes up to 72 hours after the activity. This soreness in part is... Read more
Its officially Spring, and as the days get longer and the air gets warmer it will be time to get back on the golf course before you know it! As we move from our relaxed winter months into our more active spring and summer months,... Read more
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Harrison Physical Therapy was featured in the Poughkeepsie Journal. The article focused on customer service, which is a centerpiece of our mission at HPT!
“Customer Service, Featuring Harrison Physical Therapy” by Karen Maserjian Shan. Poughkeepsie Journal. October 20, 2014.
Check out our video which showcases the progress made by one of our patients in PT! Watch to see how physical therapy helped her go from wheelchair to walking on her own!
October is National Physical Therapy Month! To celebrate, we've put together a short video documenting a typical injury rehabilitation here at Harrison Physical Therapy! One of our wonderful patients was kind enough to allow us to follow her along as she worked to rehabilitate her ankle fracture…and she did a fantastic job! If you've ever wondered "what we do" as physical therapists, this video says it all! 🙂
Posted by Harrison Physical Therapy, P.C. on Wednesday, October 25, 2017
On February 10, 2017, Harrison Physical Therapy visited Betty Jean’s Dance Studio in Wappingers Falls to conduct a free injury and movement screening for their students. The event was at full capacity, and we enjoyed providing the dancers with information about how they can prevent injuries in the future and to ensure that they perform at their highest levels.
Earlier this month, Harrison Physical Therapy teamed up with Betty Jean's Dance Studio to offer a free movement & injury screening to their dance students. The event was at full capacity, and the dancers were given detailed information about our physical therapists' findings, which they can use to help themselves to prevent injury in the future. Check out a quick summary video of the event below, and stay tuned for more in the near future!
Posted by Harrison Physical Therapy, P.C. on Thursday, February 23, 2017
Harrison Physical Therapy once again was honored to be asked to represent the physical therapy profession at Wappingers Junior High School’s Career Day this past week. Matt, Brett, Jared, and Brian were pleased to see so many students (and previous patients) who had an interest in potentially becoming a PT. Many thanks to the organizers of this important event for the students at Wappingers Junior High School.