Fax: (315) 232-2800
70 N. Main Street
Adams, New York 13605
Monday to Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
At South Jefferson Physical Therapy, our mission is simple; To provide such comprehensive, individualized care that patients would gladly come back and refer family, friends and physicians to our practice. It is with pride that we have served our community and neighbors for more than 10 years.
Patients come to South Jefferson Physical Therapy for many reasons. Those who have been to other physical therapy centers say that we are more caring, more compassionate and far more attentive to their needs. That’s because we understand that people in pain need more than anything else to feel good again. They want to return to function so they can have their lives back. By combining our collective skills, training, knowledge and experience, we achieve better results for our patients. We treat you like family.
We have an experienced team dedicated to providing proven, time-tested techniques and hands-on therapy to reach each individual’s goal for regaining optimal strength, mobility and function. We are fully committed to helping the families of our surrounding communities achieve pain-free, active living with the greatest level of independence possible.
Our Physical Therapy professionals believe that the key to optimum outcomes is uniquely personalized care.
Joel graduated from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, in December 1999 with his Masters in Physical Therapy. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Upstate University in Syracuse in May 2010.
He has since worked in multiple settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, nursing homes, home heath care and finally outpatient sports and orthopedic rehabilitation, where he has spent the last 17 years mastering his skills. Joel has continued his education and training to include McKenzie mechanical evaluation and treatment as well as multiple sports and orthopedic related courses.
Heather graduated from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York, in December 1996 with her Bachelors in Science for Physical Therapy. She earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Upstate University in Syracuse in August 2010.
Heather's strengths are in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation, but she has also worked in multiple rehabilitation settings such as home health-care, acute-care, aquatic therapy, neurological rehabilitation and pediatrics. She has strengthened her skills in orthopedics through more than 20 years of experience with continuing education in sports and orthopedic courses and manual therapy such as massage and myofascial release (trained with John Barnes).