Physical Therapists Business

Hanover Rehabilitation Centers-Cherry Tree in Hanover, Pennsylvania

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Hanover Rehabilitation Centers-Cherry Tree

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(717) 633-9595

785 Cherry Tree Court

Hanover
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PA
17331

Hanover Rehabilitation Centers-Cherry Tree is a business providing services in the field of Physical Therapists. The business is located in Hanover, Pennsylvania, United States. Their telephone number is (717) 633-9595.

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Hanover Rehabilitation Centers-Cherry Treerating:5 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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Excellent therapy
Date Submitted: 2013-11-29
I was sent to Cherry Tree after I left a 2 week Rehab at the Brethren Home. I was recommended to go to Elliot Kohr. He was excellent. I was about 3 weeks out from really serious back surgery and so far things were going very well. Elliot was amazing he always knew exactly what to do next if something didn't work. I have been to other therapists who just look at you as if you're supposed to know what to do next. Elliot was very positive, encouraging, had and supportive. The staff in the waiting room was very nice and all of the staff seemed to get along and were cheerful. Also, the therapist that was assigned to you stayed with you while you were doing your treatment. I have recommended Cherry Tree to all of my friends. I went in with a walker and walked out on my own.
 
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Helpful Tip for: Physical Therapists

Physical Therapists are paramedical professionals in Hanover, who treat patients unable to move one or more body parts, by means of special exercises & therapies. They essentially treat patients who suffer from arthritis, accident injuries or are paralysed.


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