Physician SpotlightNewport Beach, CA
Dr. Michael Kim-Orden
Why partner with OCPT?: Surgery is only one component of treating musculoskeletal pain. Equally as important is an active healthy lifestyle, diet, as well strength and flexibility. I work with OCPT to make sure that my patients are well taken care of once they are outside of the operating room to achieve an optimal result. OCPT providers work one on one with their patients, are easy to communicate with, and deliver outstanding results.
Vital Urgent Care
Why partner with OCPT?: Results! Every patient that we refer to OCPT comes back with positive results. The staff is easy to work with making patient experience superior. As a physician this makes the transition from our practice into physical therapy seamless and without complaints. Thank you OCPT.
Dr. Leia Rispoli
Why partner with OCPT?: They work on getting our patients on the right path to recovery. The physical therapist perform appropriate stretches, massage, and strengthen activities to bring both pain relief and build stamina.
Dr. Pawel P. Jankowski
Why partner with OCPT?: From a neurosurgeon's perspective, conservative management, including comprehensive physical therapy, holds significant importance both before and after spinal surgical procedures. At OCPT, patients benefit from the exceptional proficiency of physical therapists who specialize in delivering meticulous corrective manual therapy and highly focused therapeutic interventions. This exceptional level of expertise instills in me the highest degree of confidence when directing my patients to OCPT for their essential rehabilitative treatment.
Dr. Gennady Kolodenker
Why partner with OCPT?: His partnership with Orange County Physical Therapy (OCPT) is an extension of their shared commitment to providing top-quality care. OCPT emphasizes one-on-one sessions, complete patient education, and a focus on manual therapy, ensuring each patient receives personalized and comprehensive care. Dr. Kolodenker's expertise in podiatry complements OCPT's approach, allowing them to offer a broader range of services and specialized care for foot and ankle conditions.
This collaboration is particularly beneficial for patients who require both surgical intervention and post-operative physical therapy. The expertise of Dr. Kolodenker in podiatric medicine, combined with the specialized physical therapy services at OCPT, ensures a well-rounded treatment plan. This partnership aims to optimize patient outcomes and provide a continuum of care from surgical treatment to rehabilitation and recovery.
For more detailed information, you can visit Dr. Kolodenker's website here.
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