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Fax: (718) 940-2888

We are a physical therapy office. We have 2 locations in Brooklyn, NY. In our facility, we provide physical and aquatic therapy sessions. We have specialized staff that works with you to achieve your goals. In our facility, we have, not only physical therapy but also, occupational therapy and a chiropractor! Please feel free to call or visit our website for more information.
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insurance, check, no credit cards
Prospect Park, South Brooklyn, Central Brooklyn, Flatbush, Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Chiropractor Aqua Therapy Gym Therapy Parafin Muscle Stimulation Ultra Sound Treatment Massage Therapy Manual Stretch Therapy Gait Training Neuromuscular Reeducation Postural Training
English, Russian
Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapy Clinics, Rehabilitation Services


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Aqua health has been my pain free therapy. Absolute beautiful building with the right equipment. In my opinion this place is one of the best aqua theatrical offices in Brooklyn. I do recommend this business.




This Physical therapy office is just unbelievable, the staff and Physical therapist sure do know how to treat their patients , I had surgery on my spine 4 years ago attending more then 5 other physical therapy offices, this one just completely blew me AWAY!!!!. The amount of work they put in to you is just amazing. I defiantly do recommend this office to others.. CHOW!!



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Maintenance worker and receptionist need some training

I need to let others know about my experience. It is not about PT doctor and the PT staff. It seems they know their job. (However, I am not sure, they will continue to work in such conditions, when rats run all over the place where they attend patients, or when the management (or people have been representing it) discuss business and internal issues with the staff in front of patients. That is what ruined all PT staff's work.
I myself witnessed many times during my appointments, when management talked in a very inappropriate manner with the staff while discussing different matters or when a staff member Russian speaking man (I was told he is sort of a maintenance worker) was extremely rude and used vulgar and obscene language when speaking to me and around staff. What about one of the receptionist (I don