This location is so much nicer and more modern than the previous location. You really can’t even compare the two.
Astoria, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
The NYC physical therapy team at Hands-On Physical Therapy of NY is excited to announce that they have finally transferred locations to 32-44 31st St, Astoria, NY 11106.
The move has been in the works for a while now, and the new facility now has updated state-of-the-art technology with more modern updates to the whole space.
“This location is so much nicer and more modern than the previous location. You really can’t even compare the two,” says George Ierome, a patient of Hands-On Physical Therapy. “The windows in the gym area make for an enjoyable view while exercising. And everything is closer inside; not too spaced out. I’m enjoying it so much more here.”
The therapists at Hands-On Physical Therapy have developed very specific standards of care, and use those standards as a guide for their patient care and therapists’ specific training guidelines.
As the company continues to grow, the team has found that this new location will really provide the space, equipment, and technology they need to continue expanding and improving for the better of their patients.
About Hands-On Physical Therapy of NY:
Established in 1992, Hands-On Physical Therapy and our sister company, PhysioCare Physical Therapy, are the leading authorities in the areas of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. With state-of-the-art facilities and highly specialized Physical Therapy Professionals, they offer the answers to today's health problems. They practice Hands-On therapies that have been developed by company founders Dr. Dimitrios Kostopoulos and Dr. Konstantine Rizopoulos, through continuous research studies. Hands-On Physical Therapy founders are world renowned authorities in Physical and Manual Therapies and teach other therapists around the world. Their book "The Manual of Trigger Point and Myofascial Therapy" has been translated in eight different languages and has been a best seller for three consecutive years. For more information, please visit: handsonpt.org.