Healing is a very special and precious gift we all receive from nature. It allows our bodies to repair their structures and functions. However, this natural process sometimes needs help to initiate and sustain one's optimal recovery. For example, for persons with stroke or traumatic brain injury, sub-optimal healing may lead to the acquisition of excessive spasticity, and ineffective compensatory strategies.
Physical Therapy can promote the process of healing and assure your optimal recovery. For this, one needs a physical therapist who can diagnose all relevant dysfunctions, design appropriate intervention, and deliver it in such a way that the patient will attain optimal function, health, and wellness.
I can be that physical therapist for you.
My name is Anthony Dolot, and I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy. I live in Putnam Valley, NY and work as an adjunct faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY.
I specialize in the treatment of persons with limited function due to stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, dementia, brain tumors, pain and other neuro-musculo-skeletal conditions. I consult with all my patients in their homes, mostly within southern Putnam & northern Westchester Counties in NY. If you like to read more about my practice, please read the next page; it outlines my philosophy of care, what to expect during a treatment session, and how to pay for my services.