Dear Referring Physician,
Greater Brunswick PT has been serving the community since 1998. In that time, we've earned a reputation for helping patients heal. Patients affirm their positive experiences time and again, by recommending us to family and friends. There are many different approaches to physical therapy. All of the physical therapists at GBPT have advanced training in integrated manual techniques (IMTs). Compassionate, hands-on care is the hallmark of our practice. Our therapists spend 45 minutes providing hands-on care to each patient. To speed the healing process, we teach patients self-care skills in addition to customized home exercise programs. (Please visit our services page to review the range of therapies we provide.) Integrated manual techniques (IMTs) can be successfully used on a diverse patient population, including orthopedic, neurologic, pediatric, geriatric, as well as those with sports injuries and chronic pain. IMTs are very helpful in evaluating a patient's physical dysfunction. And as treatment tools, they effectively improve the structural integrity of all body systems, clearing the way for optimal health.
Experience IMTs For Yourself with a Complimentary Treatment.
If you are not familiar with our practice—and even if you are—we invite you to come for a complimentary treatment. After you experience our healing approach for yourself, we hope you will refer those patients whom you feel would benefit from our care. Frequently, patients who have not had success with other approaches make great strides at Greater Brunswick PT. We work with many physicians at local hospitals and in private practice. We place a strong emphasis on communication and teamwork, and are always ready to discuss a patient's treatment with referring physicians.The skilled staff at Greater Brunswick PT can make a valuable contribution to the healing and rehabilitation of your patients. We look forward to working with you in the future, as we all share the common goal of contributing toward the good health and betterment of the patients we serve.