Geoff E. Omiatek, PT

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  • 4604 Sawmill Road

    Columbus, OH 43220

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  • 614-827-8700

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I??ve lived a good, hard, life and as a result have been to a number of physical therapists and physical therapy clinics. My experience at the Ohio Therapy Institute was one of the worst I??ve had. I??ve actually never had a bad experience until I went there. Truly my personal physical therapist was good, but the overall experience was poor.

The clinic is a zoo and the individual therapists are overworked like you can??t believe. The therapist with whom I worked was actually excellent but was pulled in so many directions I felt I did not get quality care. Overall the staff is friendly but on a number of occasions I heard some of them speaking ??privately? about other patients in a derogatory way.

My biggest complaint would be with the manager. I had very limited dealings with him but in those instances he was a pompous, arrogant, ass. I saw how things were run in this clinic and told him I was leaving and was taken back by the arrogance he displayed in our interaction. I tried to stick it out for a while because I felt I would get good care at the doctors office where I had my surgery but after our discussions I decided to take my business elsewhere.

I don??t hold any grudge towards my personal therapist as I felt I was treated well but the whole atmosphere at this clinic was really negative and was a challenge to deal with in my recovery. I feel the problem is with the management as the individual therapists are overworked but doing the best they can. There are a number of other clinics around town that I feel do a much better job at giving focused, individualized care and I would recommend them over the Ohio Therapy Institute.

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I??ve lived a good, hard, life and as a result have been to a number of physical therapists and physical therapy clinics. My experience at the Ohio Therapy Institute was one of the worst I??ve had. I??ve actually never had a bad experience until I went there. Truly my personal physical therapist was good, but the overall experience was poor.

The clinic is a zoo and the individual therapists are overworked like you can??t believe. The therapist with whom I worked was actually excellent but was pulled in so many directions I felt I did not get quality care. Overall the staff is friendly but on a number of occasions I heard some of them speaking ??privately? about other patients in a derogatory way.

My biggest complaint would be with the manager. I had very limited dealings with him but in those instances he was a pompous, arrogant, ass. I saw how things were run in this clinic and told him I was leaving and was taken back by the arrogance he displayed in our interaction. I tried to stick it out for a while because I felt I would get good care at the doctors office where I had my surgery but after our discussions I decided to take my business elsewhere.

I don??t hold any grudge towards my personal therapist as I felt I was treated well but the whole atmosphere at this clinic was really negative and was a challenge to deal with in my recovery. I feel the problem is with the management as the individual therapists are overworked but doing the best they can. There are a number of other clinics around town that I feel do a much better job at giving focused, individualized care and I would recommend them over the Ohio Therapy Institute.

 

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