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We and our patients are fortunate to live in beautiful communities of New Jersey. Just as we care for our communities, we must care for ourselves in order to have fulfilling lives.
At S.O.A.R. Physical Therapy we fully appreciate that the quality of our patients' lives depends on our commitment and expertise.
Our more than 30 year reputation throughout our communities speaks for itself!
Enhancing the quality of life of people in our community by optimizing physical movement
We educate and empower individuals with ethical, one on one care in private treatment rooms. We use up to date exercise research, the latest hands on techniques, and the most recent technological advances.
Providing Physical Therapy, Acupuncture to examine, assess, design, and implement individualized treatment plans targeting pain and movement dysfunction.
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My experience with SOAR was very positive. Nicole worked with me to strengthen my knee after I experienced a bad knee injury after a fall.
I researched a number of rehab facilities in expectation of my knee replacement surgery. When I visited SOAR, immediately recognized that I would get the care that I needed. And I was right. I found a staff of people that were interested in my welfare and the desire to get better.
Dr. Nick and his staff are very helpful from coordinating insurance coverage to the exercises needed to help you to attain your goals. Each visit is geared to help you to manage any pain you may have and work at your own pace.
Coming to S.O.A.R. was the best decision I made. Due to my schedule, I was only able to have Saturday appointments. This was great as I worked with Nick, Keith and Nicole. Started in January after a couple of weeks with a broken wrist.
Roland M Lacorte
I had a knee replacement last July and had p.t. For three months . Nick and the staff gave me the best care I Could ask for . I Recently needed him to help me with a leg trouble and got great care again . I Am well pleased and recommend them highly.
I went to Soar to relieve excruciating pain caused by a disk pressing on a nerve that nearly disabled my arm. I know of Soar’s stellar reputation from the outstanding work Nick did with my husband’s broken shoulder. Nick again proved to be highly professional and competent.
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