After checking with my doctor during a routine exam that my balance deficiency was not the result of any specific health issue we agreed to have another go at physical therapy.
Checked in to PEAK Physical Therapy (aka PEAK) and examined by Sasha Digges. After the exam, a therapy program was devised to address my concern. Each session resulted in marked improvement.
During the final session, the evaluation, I was asked how I felt. My response was, “98.3% satisfied.” Sasha said, “yes, but 100% cured.” That basically sums up my feeling about treatment at PEAK.
Throughout the program, great attention was paid by the staff to enforce the details of the therapy program. I thought this was very important. The staff functioned like a team, always monitoring my activity.
It is my belief that another feature inherent with the team at PEAK is the opportunity for “verbal calisthenics.” It sets the tone for zoning in on what’s required and why. It removed any feeling of boredom, helps concentration, and provides a good feeling when finished. That’s a testimonial to the atmosphere created by Sasha and adhered to by all team members.
Everyone sets their own criteria for satisfaction. I wanted to achieve my goal and accepted their method of getting there.
Satisfied/cured. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.