Edison, NJ (PRWEB) May 26, 2014
They say dreams don’t come easy—and Brandon Coleman is living proof. A free agent who recently signed with the New Orleans Saints, Brandon Coleman, former Rutgers wide receiver, prepared for the opportunity of a lifetime with rehab and sports therapy at prominent Raritan Physical Therapy in Edison, NJ.
Tearing the meniscus in his right knee and requiring surgery in the spring of 2013, Coleman finished his junior year with disappointing four catches for 538 yards and four touchdowns, and was later red-flagged for his injured knee and didn’t make the 2014 NFL draft.
Coleman became a client at Raritan Physical Therapy and received some of the finest physical therapy available with the help of leading sports therapist Ivan Candelaria, known to many around the Northeast as one of the most sought-after, talented sports rehab specialists in tri-state area.
After his rehab was complete, Coleman said he was pain-free and healthy, and shortly after the draft, he signed as the New Orleans Saints wide receiver as a free agent.
About Joseph Simon, DPT
Joseph Simon, DPT has practiced physical therapy for over 10 years and was trained as a manual therapist with continuing degrees in mechanical diagnosis and therapy. Dr. Simon has combined his passion of fitness, sports rehabilitation, and physical therapy with his education and years of experience to achieve faster, more effective results for his clients.
About Raritan Physical Therapy
Raritan Physical Therapy is committed to providing their clients the latest in fitness and injury rehabilitation from therapists with a combined 15 years experience in physical therapy and sports rehabilitation. Unlike typical physical therapy offices, the therapists at Raritan employ a new, multi-disciplinary approach to the practice of physical therapy and fitness. They have an excellent track record of success treating back pain caused by strains, degenerative disc disease, piriformis syndrome, spondylolisthesis or whiplash injuries.Their sports therapy program attracts injured amateur and professional athletes in football, basketball, baseball, track, gymnastics and other disciplines while their Youth Sports Development Program helps prevent overuse and over-training injuries in young athletes before they become a chronic problem. Raritan Physical Therapy also works with area businesses on office ergonomics and back pain prevention and treatment for workers. Raritan Physical Therapy serves patients in Edison, Piscataway, Middletown, Woodbridge Township and surrounding New Jersey neighborhoods.
Raritan Physical Therapy
16 Campus Drive
Edison NJ 08837
866-871-6229 (toll -free)