We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

OUR PATIENT’S SUCCESS STORIES

  • We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

  • We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

  • We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

  • Learn natural ways to stop sciatica pain, the most being physical therapy. Learn what you can do to start the path to recovery.

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  • The sooner you address the root of your pain, the less risk for long- term damage to your spine.

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  • Take care of your body with an exercise plan, walking/running techniques, and body mechanics for long- lasting results.

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PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES WE PROVIDE

At Next Level Physio, we specialize in targeting affected areas with the latest,
most advanced therapies available to get you back to doing what you love.

VO2 MAX TEST

VO2 MAX TEST

KINESIO TAPING

KINESIO TAPING

DEEP MUSCLE STIMULATION

DEEP MUSCLE STIMULATION

ELECTRICAL STIMULATION

ELECTRICAL STIMULATION

CUPPING

CUPPING

NORMATEC COMPRESSION BOOTS

NORMATEC COMPRESSION BOOTS

IASTM

IASTM

EUMOTUS BODY WATCH

EUMOTUS BODY WATCH

Metabolic Testing

Metabolic Testing

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Myzone HR Monitor

Myzone HR Monitor

BFR Therapy

BFR Therapy

ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL

ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL Is Here!!

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Have you recently suffered from a sports injury or auto accident? Chances are if you have, you’re still dealing with the effects.

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Have you recently suffered from a sports injury or auto accident? Chances are if you have, you’re still dealing with the effects.

Read our blog to learn more! https://1l.ink/Z3S4CP2

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Meet Dr. Alex Geissbuhler.
Dr. Alex is a recent graduate of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Mercy College. Next Level Physio was lucky enough to watch him in action as a student during his clinical rotation. We found that his approach to physical therapy, dedication to fitness and bedside manner made him a great fit for our team! Dr. Alex will be the standing DPT on Saturdays 8-12 and will be treating patients during the week M-W-F.

What influenced you to become a physical therapist?

As a NASM certified personal trainer and certified strength and conditioning specialist for 10+ years I truly enjoyed helping my clientele achieve their personal goals and discover their utmost physical potential. However, when it came to injury and rehabilitation, my answer was always the same, “ Go see a physical therapist.” Now as a doctor of physical therapy, I can say “ You have come to the right place.”

Why do you feel physical therapy is so important?

Ever since I was six I have always been interested and participated in athletics. From martial arts, to tennis, gymnastics, rugby, bouldering, crossfit, and OCR racing, I have loved every moment. That being said, I have also paid for it with my fair share of injuries and rehab. Not only is proper healing necessary, but the proper strengthening, mobility, and body mechanics can not only prevent future injury but can give you the freedom to pursue what’s most important to you for the rest of your life.

How do you incorporate physical therapy into your own life?

I like to see what I am capable of and push myself to find my limit. That being said, occasionally I find it. To keep doing the things that I enjoy, it’s an absolute necessity to continue my conditioning and include the very same practices I recommend for my patients in my own regimen.

How do you like to stay active?

I’m up for anything really. I enjoy a wide variety of athletics and sports. My goal is to move everyday, and I believe the more variety, the better. However, my favorite activities are usually outside in nature.

If there was one stretch/exercise we should be doing every day, which one would it be?

Stretch your brain. Aim to learn something new every day. Working your neuroplasticity keeps your mind engaged and flexible just like any other body part.
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Meet Dr. Alex Geissbuhler.
Dr. Alex is a recent graduate of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Mercy College. Next Level Physio was lucky enough to watch him in action as a student during his clinical rotation. We found that his approach to physical therapy, dedication to fitness and bedside manner made him a great fit for our team! Dr. Alex will be the standing DPT on Saturdays 8-12 and will be treating patients during the week M-W-F.

What influenced you to become a physical therapist?

As a NASM certified personal trainer and certified strength and conditioning specialist for 10+ years I truly enjoyed helping my clientele achieve their personal goals and discover their utmost physical potential. However, when it came to injury and rehabilitation, my answer was always the same, “ Go see a physical therapist.” Now as a doctor of physical therapy, I can say “ You have come to the right place.” 

Why do you feel physical therapy is so important?

Ever since I was six I have always been interested and participated in athletics. From martial arts, to tennis, gymnastics, rugby, bouldering, crossfit, and OCR racing, I have loved every moment. That being said, I have also paid for it with my fair share of injuries and rehab. Not only is proper healing necessary, but the proper strengthening, mobility, and body mechanics can not only prevent future injury but can give you the freedom to pursue what’s most important to you for the rest of your life. 

How do you incorporate physical therapy into your own life?

I like to see what I am capable of and push myself to find my limit. That being said, occasionally I find it. To keep doing the things that I enjoy, it’s an absolute necessity to continue my conditioning and include the very same practices I recommend for my patients in my own regimen. 

How do you like to stay active?

I’m up for anything really. I enjoy a wide variety of athletics and sports. My goal is to move everyday, and I believe the more variety, the better. However, my favorite activities are usually outside in nature.

If there was one stretch/exercise we should be doing every day, which one would it be?

Stretch your brain. Aim to learn something new every day. Working your neuroplasticity keeps your mind engaged and flexible just like any other body part.

Have you recently undergone total joint replacement surgery? If so, it’s likely your doctor will refer you to a physical therapist for recovery. PT can assist in restoring your flexibility, strength, and mobility.

Visit our site: nextlevelphysionj.com/

#NextLevelPhysio
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Have you recently undergone total joint replacement surgery? If so, it’s likely your doctor will refer you to a physical therapist for recovery. PT can assist in restoring your flexibility, strength, and mobility.

Visit our site: https://nextlevelphysionj.com/

#NextLevelPhysio