Welcome to Columbia Physical Therapy, P.C. Our facility was established in 1987 by Doreen and Robert Frank to provide physical therapy and sports therapy to patients in East Greenbush NY, Albany NY and the surrounding areas. We specialize in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, industrial injuries and adult neurological conditions.
Columbia Physical Therapy, P.C. has two offices in East Greenbush/Schodack and Valatie/Kinderhook to conveniently serve residents of Rensselaer, Albany and Columbia counties. Each location is staffed by licensed physical therapists and certified physical therapist assistants. Whether you need TMJ treatment, aquatic therapy, sports therapy, anodyne therapy or physical therapy, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality physical therapy using the latest rehabilitative techniques that are tailored to your specific injury.
Owners Doreen and Robert Frank graduated from Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, NY in 1981. The entire staff of Columbia Physical Therapy, P.C. is committed to quality care. We regularly attend continuing education programs, which enables us to stay current on the latest and most progressive rehabilitation techniques to provide our patients with the best care possible.
We encourage you to browse our website to learn more about sports therapy, TMJ treatment, physical therapy, aquatic therapy, anodyne therapy and our other services. You can find information about physical therapy, the referral process, billing, our staff and more. If you need services in East Greenbush, NY, Albany, NY or the surrounding areas, call Columbia Physical Therapy, P.C.
Ice Bucket Challenge Gains Awareness for ALS
Across the nation, people are continuing to dump buckets of
ice over their heads to help increase awareness for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig 's disease, is a progressive degenerative disease that attacks the patient's brain cells and spinal cord. ALS causes intensive muscular weakness, respiratory weakness/paralysis over time, pain, cramping and loss of muscle control. The cause for the disease is unknown, and there is currently no cure for ALS. Each day, about 15 people are diagnosed with ALS across the nation. Patients with ALS have a very poor prognosis of about 2-5 years to live after diagnosis. The ALS Association is a non-profit
organization that has been raising money to fight ALS for years, working hard to find new treatments and a cure. The recent Ice Bucket Challenge has helped the association to raise millions
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Our Mission Statement
To provide the highest quality physical therapy,
keeping in mind: