The folks at Willow Creek PT have been awesome to work with. Helped enormously. Very kind and not too hard on an old guy. Best PT clinic I’ve ever been to and very accommodating. Thank you to all the folks at WCPT!
Willow Creek Physical Therapy is a place of healing, support and education. Each person I interact with is caring and welcoming, and all staff members seem quite knowledgeable in their respective areas of expertise. Every effort is made to accommodate scheduling needs, ensure documentation is handled efficiently and create a comfortable environment in all stages of the PT process. My Physical Therapist, Lindsay, performed a thorough initial assessment that included listening as well as testing. She then tailored my program towards goals of physical improvement, emotional well being, and education…a holistic approach. All encouragement I continuously received by staff members was authentic. The staff and the program together have been instrumental in my post-injury healing process. I appreciate you all. .
I just wanted to thank you for the high quality of
professional care and kindness extended to me by you and all of your
competent staff. I have a long history of needing sophisticated physical
therapy to recover from various spinal and other serious bone related
injuries, and the best physical therapy care and treatment I have received
has been from you and your staff. Yours is truly personal and expert care,
and it has made a difference. Your skill as a doctor of physical therapy is
quite evident as is that of Kira and the other assistants I have worked
with. Additionally, you should know that the competence and caring of Susan
and Kelsey, your front office staff, in following up on insurance claims and
other complicated billing processes is superior. Physical therapy only works
if your patients do, and from what I've seen, your skill is making a
profound difference in moving them forward. One important reason for this is
that you take the time to help patients understand what is exactly wrong and
why, and what they specifically need to do to rehabilitate the condition.
Good physical therapy requires good teaching, and you and your assistants do
that well. Thank you again.
Hello all, from a very satisfied patient. I'm a retired professional firefighter who gave most of my adult life to the fire service and as a result, incurred many injuries over the years. When I came to Willow creek PT, I was in bad shape. Virtually no grip strength in my left hand, pain down the left arm, and a neck that lacked range of motion to either side. Not a physical situation I ever expected to find my self in, being one who prided himself on being "in shape." Jeff started my therapy in 2012, focusing on the cervical area of my neck. His specialty is what brought me 30 miles north to see him. Damaged "C" spine causing trouble for the nerves that support and control movement to the extremities. Jeff began my road back with extensive hands on manipulation, and other modalities. During the time here, I transitioned to his extremely competent partner, Dr. Lindsay Huls. She has guided my comeback to this day with maintenance work she performs and exercises I'm given by her. I now have strength back in the left arm and hand, mobility of the shoulder and neck which has given me back my quality of life. Neither Dr. Jeff Humphrey nor Dr. Huls gave up on me when it seemed to me that I would never recover my ability to function normally again. Thank you both for making my senior years golden ones.
I want to thank everyone at Willow Creek Physical Therapy for the care and help they gave me as a result a car accident in January of this year. Carla Albert is professional, competent and compassionate. The various exercises, the bicycle and the massages enabled me to experience rapid recovery from serious back pain and whiplash. From the kind receptionists at the front desk to the well trained physical therapists my experience was a positive one. Thank you for being there and helping me heal.
For a 75 year old women with a past of spinal surgery fusion and probable future surgery, I was concerned about just maintaining my ability to walk. My Physical Therapist, Mackenzie Burns, at Willow Creek Physical Therapy was able to determine what was needed and what was not needed. Her firmness was professional, and her insights produced continued strengthening. Her compassion and humor made it easy to talk over the problems. Her efforts to find solutions to those problems produced results. For this I am grateful and have had an experience that encourages me to continue with the exercises she taught me.