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move to live

Make us your partner in achieving your best physical self. 

EXPERTS in MOVEMENT, we meet your rehabilitation and fitness needs at your home or on-site at our facility.

“Seth Greiner is an outstanding Physical Therapist. Seth is thoughtful and caring. He doesn't just give "cookie cutter PT", but rather customizes exercises that will help you the most, modifying them as he sees changes in your progress. I highly recommend Seth if you need Physical Therapy."

PICK YOUR MOVEMENT SERVICE

WHATEVER YOUR REHABILITATION OR WELLNESS NEEDS, YOU'LL FIND A SOLUTION BELOW. WE CAN MEET YOU AT OUR NEWLY RENOVATED CLINIC OR BRING OUR SERVICES TO YOU IN YOUR HOME. 

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MOVE BETTER, FEEL BETTER, LIVE BETTER.

Fitness Classes Now Available!

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HIIT STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

fitness plan & pricing

  • First Class FREE!

    0$
    Valid for one month
  • Drop in

    30$
    Purchase to attend 1 class.
    Valid for 12 months
  • 5 Pack

    145$
    Purchase to attend 5 classes.
    Valid for 12 months
  • 10 Pack

    280$
    Purchase to attend 10 classes.
    Valid for 12 months

MEET THE TEAM

Seth Greiner Physical Therapist
Seth Greiner, PT, MSPT
Physical Therapist
Founder and Owner
Ashley Yens
Ashley Yens-Markland
Office Manager
Anthony Fuentes Physical Therapist
Anthony Fuentes, PT, DPT Physical Therapist
Breahna Arnold Personal Trainer
BREAHNA ARNOLD
Personal Trainer

SUCCESS STORIES

"I cannot say enough about the Greiner PT team. Seth and Megan worked out a thoughtful plan for my back, slowly increased my exercises, and changed my life." 

ANN C.

"Seth has been of great help to me ever since my hip replacement. He works with a remarkable combination of gentleness and firmness to keep me at a level of mobility that I could never have reached without him"

ELIZABETH R.

“My family and I have had the great pleasure of working with Seth for more than ten years with outstanding results for lower back, rotator cuff and knee issues. He is a true professional and I can’t recommend him highly enough for any rehabilitation assistance or for any safe and customized fitness training.”

ARTHUR

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  • Why Should I See a Physical Therapist?
    Physical therapists are highly educated experts in movement. Most have completed 6-7 years of college education, have a Masters or Doctorate degrees, and have advanced knowledge of the body and how it moves. ​ Physical therapists can help assess your rehabilitation needs following an injury or surgery, determine your current fitness level, and prescribe corrective exercises to maintain or improve your ability to move.
  • Why Should I Choose Greiner Physical Therapy?
    At Greiner Physical Therapy we don't believe in juggling 3-4 patients at the same time, or providing care by an unlicensed provider, which you'll often find at many other offices. We provide direct one on one care with a licensed physical therapist for the entirety of your treatment or training session. We believe in educating our patients to empower them toward greater indepedence. Our professional approach means better results in less time.
  • Do I Need A Prescription To Begin Physical Therapy?
    In New York State, physical therapists can provide direct access services and initially don’t require a prescription. However, a physician’s prescription is needed within 30 days of being initially seen or after 10 visits, whichever is sooner. If you need help in attaining a prescription, please call our office and we can assist you. Medicare patients are required to have a prescription on file for the duration of their care.
  • Do You Accept Insurance?
    We are in network with Medicare and participate out of network with all other commercial insurances. As a courtesy, we can submit out of network claims on our patient's behalf.
  • What Do I Bring To My First Visit?
    Please bring your updated physical therapy prescription (if needed), liquids for hydration, and payment information.
  • How Many Sessions Will I Need?
    The number of visits depend on your clinical presentation, past medical history, prognosis, and your personal goals. This is addressed and determined at your initial evaluation when your practitioner creates a plan of care with you. As you begin to reach your goals, the number of visits may be adjusted as you gain more independence and begin to return to your daily life and sporting activities.
  • How Should I Dress?
    You should wear clothing that is comfortable and easy to move around in and allows you to perform active exercises. ​ Popular attire include leggings, athletic pants, shorts, athletic t-shirts, and sneakers.
  • Is Physical Therapy Painful?
    Physical Therapy is aimed to eliminate pain in order to optimize your function and to fully allow patients to return to their activities pre-injury. ​ Discomfort in the initial sessions can be experienced if you are a post operative patient, and a variety of techniques are used to assist with pain relief with movement. Muscular soreness is also to be expected when adjusting to a new movement routine.
  • Is Home Therapy Covered By Medicare?
    Yes. Medicare Part B covers physical therapy delivered at our facility OR in your home. Home therapy is covered as long as the patient is not considered home bound(unable to leave the home), being seen by an agency billing Medicare part A for therapy, nursing, wound care services. ​ Medicare pays 80% of the charges, and the remaining 20% is the patient responsibility or is covered by a secondary insurance. ​ The treatment must be considered skilled and medically necessary to qualify for Medicare reimbursment.
  • Can I See a Physical Therapist For a Check Up?
    Yes! Absolutely! Unlike your car, your body doesn't have a check engine light that ticks on every 3,000 miles. Your body deserves the same level, if not a greater level, of care and respect. Your therapist should see you on a regular semi annual basis to assess your current level of strength, flexibility, and function to make recommendations to your exercise programming to keep your body's engine running strong.
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