Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy is a group of highly motivated and caring individuals who dedicate themselves to providing the HIGHEST STANDARDS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICE. Together with your physician's recommendations, and your goals, we will assist you with your rehabilitation and recovery of function through effective treatment techniques, patient education and the motivation to be an active participant in your rehabilitation program.
Our pledge is to provide you with quality care and functionally oriented treatments based upon comprehensive evaluation and continued assessment of your progress and rehabilitation goals. Your treatments will be conducted in a professional and courteous manner and in a setting that respects your privacy and dignity.
Your questions and comments are always welcomed.
The Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy Staff
Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy has been serving the Monmouth County Community since 1985. After merging practices in 1995, Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy centrally located to Route 35 at the Middletown and Holmdel township borders. This independent physical therapy practice, co-owned and directed by Basil J. Baccash, P.T. and Thomas Paskewich, P.T., makes it their mission to provide quality and exemplary care to the people of our community through the use of comprehensive, functionally oriented, rehabilitation programs.
Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy will continue providing quality physical therapy care to all patients through the changing times of managed care. For your convenience, we have attached a partial list of insurance carriers and networks in which we participate along with a brief biography of our professional staff members.
Our therapists have completed over 200 hours of continuing education last year and have participated in extensive specialized training in addition to the demanding certification requirements set forth by the state. The time spent in continuing education permits our therapists to stay current with advances in medical treatment, trends in therapy and new treatment options.
Thomas is a co-director of Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy, is a 1978 graduate of Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, with subsequent partial fulfillment of a Masters program in exercise physiology at Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts. The majority of his experience has been in private practice, specializing in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation. In 1995, Tom completed a nine month course of study at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, New Jersey Dental School for the diagnosis and management of orofacial pain and temporomandibular disorders. He also participated as clinical associate faculty member for that same program. Tom recently completed an MBA from Monmouth University with a concentration in Healthcare.
Basil is a co-director of Middletown/Holmdel Physical Therapy. He is a graduate of SUNY-Downstate Medical Center with a B.S. in Physical Therapy granted in 1979. He has also earned a B.S. and M.S. degree in Health and Physical Education from Seton Hall University and Long Island University in 1975 and 1977 respectively. Conservative and postoperative management of the shoulder and elbow disorders have been the focus of his post graduate continuing education since 1991. Basil is an active and founding member of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists and an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Each physical therapist on staff has more than thirty years experience in varied specialties including:
According to the National Institute of Health on Aging: "An inactive lifestyle means that you will lose strength and ability, and that you will be at higher risk for diseases and disabilities. Exercising done regularly can help you improve your health and prevent or delay a variety of diseases and disabilities associated with aging."
Is to provide professional guidance and education to clients of all ages and abilities with a strategic strength and conditioning program. Our program utilizes current scientific and medical guidelines shown to produce measurable improvements in strength, balance and function fostering optimum health and active lifestyle.
Physical therapists were identified by the National Institute on Aging as highly qualified to design exercise programs for the aging population. Each physical therapist has an average of 25 years experience with evaluating and implementing therapeutic exercise programs for individuals with musculoskeletal and neurologic conditions. Read more about Smart Fitness in the Holmdel Journal.
|Frequency||Duration||Session Cost||Total Cost|
|Evaluation (2 Sessions)||$150|
|12 Sessions (6 weeks)||2 times per week||1 hour per session||$60||$720|
|24 Sessions (12 weeks)||2 times per week||1 hour per session||$60||$1,440|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND A FEW THINGS WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO KNOW!
There are many treatment facilities for physical therapy services.Whether you require this service for yourself, a friend or a family member, the following information may help you decide where to obtain care.
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Garden State Parkway to Exit 114 (Holmdel Exit). Make a right at the light and move over to the left lane. Go left at the next light onto Van Schoick Road, which becomes Laurel Avenue. Proceed approximately 3 miles and make a left onto Route 35 North. Proceed approximately 1 mile and make a right into the Holmdel Corporate Plaza parking lot. If the Route 35 entrance has been missed, the building can be accessed from Union Avenue. The Union Beach jug handle is immediately after the Route 35 entrance. Follow the jug handle to Union Avenue. Turn right onto Union Avenue and make a right at the first driveway on your right, which will bring you to the rear of the parking lot.
Garden State Parkway to Exit 117 (Keyport-Hazlet Exit). Take Route 35 South for approximately 3 miles. Stay in the Right hand lane and take the Union Beach jug handle and proceed across Highway 35. Make the first right which will bring you into the rear of the parking lot.