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Amity Physical Therapy

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You May Not Need A Physician's Referral to begin therapy. Physical therapy first may result in shorter overall treatment

Our experienced professionals will diagnose your condition, come up with a plan of care, send your information to your doctor of choice, and begin treatment immediately if therapy is right for you.

Getting Started is Easy!
  • 1
    Give Us a Call or Request an Appointment for your first visit. We will verify your benefits.
  • 2
    Your Physical Therapist will thoroughly assess your goals, needs and medical history and tests.
  • 3
    We will provide comprehensive one-on-one plan of care to meet all your individual goals.
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    Bringing you through a full recovery of your injury to insure lasting results and follow up care.

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We are committed to providing the most specialized, integrative, and skilled physical therapy services available.

Hear From Our Patients

  • I am always looking to build relationships with the finest professionals to care for my patients. The therapists at Amity PT have cared for my patients for 10 years and provide thoughtful and sensitive service. Amity Physical Therapy has earned my trust.

    William Schreiber, MD

  • I first came to Amity Physical Therapy when I was ten years old. I had injured my ankle badly in a youth soccer game. Over my sports career, Amity PT has always picked me up and put me back together. I always end up coming back stronger than I was prior to encountering each new injury.

    Shea Connors, Professional Soccer Player

  • For the past few months I have been going to Amity Physical therapy in Woodbridge. Kyle and his staff work hard to ensure you not only get the best level of care possible, but you are treated like family each and every visit. Without Amity Physical Therapy, I know there is no way I could have finished my career in sports.

    Matt Baum, Collegiate Hurdler

  • As both a patient and a physician, I can enthusiastically recommend Amity Physical Therapy. The caring staff provides high-quality and compassionate therapy services in a relaxed and friendly environment. The individual care and dedication to 'start-of-the-art' techniques combine to assure an excellent patient experience.

    Craig Sklar, MD

  • I've had two great experiences with remote physical therapy with Kyle. The first group of E-Visits was when I had back pain, just as things shut down with COVID. The second was to rehab a total knee replacement. Both were wonderful experiences. It was an easy process. I highly recommend it!

    Melinda H.

  • My experience with E-visit has been excellent. Prior to this, I have been going to Amity Physical Therapy for more than 10 years. In early March due to the Coronavirus pandemic, I did not feel comfortable going to the clinic for in-person physical therapy. I am a breast cancer patient and due to chemotherapy I am at a higher risk for infections.

    Jayanti M.

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If you do not see your insurance please give us a call.

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