Med Rehab
Therapy Center

Lee Shazad, PT, DPT Director

Exceeding The High Standards Of His Profession

"Physical therapy is growing and evolving, responding to the challenges of today's health-care environment and the need for quality professionals to advance our profession. There are new treatment techniques and research being introduced every day.

It is my responsibility to constantly improve my methods and help elevate my profession to a higher level. My commitment will provide you with more options, up-to-date programs and improved care."

Certification: Credentialed Clinical Instructor Certificate, American Physical Therapy Association, Certified Consultative Examiner for Department of Labor, Division of Disability Determination

Advanced Training Includes: Therapeutic Ultrasound & Electrical Stim, Ethics & Jurisprudence for Physical Therapist, Vestibular rehabilitation, Cervical spine stabilization and rehab, Sacroiliac Mobilization ,cardiac rehab Program, EMG & NCV seminars, Cyriax approach on manipulation, American back School, shoulder, ankle, hip and knee seminars, McKenzie approach in treating spine, numerous courses in management, Medicare & Medicaid guidelines for rehabilitation facilities and Cost reporting, Evidence based Practice in your clinic.

A Strong Foundation In Education

"It took many years of advanced training to enable me to give the kind of care I give today. Now knowing how to treat a patient has become almost instinctual. To me, this is the art of healing - combining my knowledge and passion for learning with the hands-on treatment skills I possess."

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Boston University
Credentialed Clinical Instructor Certificate, American Physical Therapy Association
Professional Licensure: New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Memberships: Active Member, APTA

Extra Activity

Co-authored and presented two abstracts on special interest groups at World Confederation of Physical Therapy in Vancouver, Canada in 2007 Convention.

References:
  1. Shazad L, De Vera Barredo R. Utilization of the principles of evidence-based practice in retrospective case evaluation for the improvement of clinical practice. Physiotherapy 2007;93(s1):S805.
  2. Shazad L, De Vera Barredo R. Reflective experience using evidence based practice principles for prospective improvement in clinical practice. Physiotherapy 2007;93(s1):S805

The Best Of Both Worlds

"Combining high-tech with a personal touch is just one of the reasons why doctors recommend us and patients continue to return and refer their friends and family. I realize that good therapy means more than providing the most advanced treatments. It also means providing compassionate and personalized care."

Featuring: Biodex Static and dynamic balance system, TENS Units, Ultrasound, Electrical Stimulation, Whirlpool, Iontophoresis and Much More
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