In David’s rehabilitation journey, he was referred to Performance Rehabilitation with Dr. Richard Vicory for aquatic therapy. From the moment we met Richard and the staff, we knew we were at the right place. David’s improvement has been evident.  On David’s second visit he started using his right leg and walking in the water. David experienced walking with both legs for the first time after 4 years since his accident. Richard’s constant motivation, challenge and dedication offer David the elements to push himself and believe in the process. Thanks to the staff who embraces us every time showing they truly care. They are an amazing team and we are so grateful for their support and commitment.

Ana C.-for David A., Patient at Performance Rehabilitation

Bo has done a great job and his physical therapy work is changing my life for the better. He has been willing to try several modalities of therapy on me and has adopted a program specific to my needs. For the first time in several years, I am now on my way to recovery now that Bo has become my therapist.  Bo has only been working on me for about 8 weeks, but I have had more progress under his care than in the previous 3 years.  I appreciate his aggressive approach to my treatment. Thanks Bo! Good job!

Mel, Patient at Performance Rehabilitation

The therapy consists of kind and caring therapists that do their job well.  I’m making a lot of progress. I went in to your office after having shoulder surgery from the VA.  I was hurting and had very little movement. It’s doing much better. I would recommend Performance Rehabilitation to anyone that needs a therapist. Thank you and your staff.  You are a quality team with caring staff.

Thurman M., Patient at Performance Rehabilitation

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know the people here very well. They are professionally trained and they are ready to do the things that you need them to do. That’s made a big difference in my ability to recuperate from surgery. I look forward to my visits here; it’s as if I’m going out to have some fun. 

Tom S., Patient at Performance Rehabilitation