Greg A. Robinson, PT

★★★★☆
  • 5006 Copper Avenue North East

    Albuquerque, NM 87108

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  • 505-268-7988

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This is not a place for kids with Autism. The speech therapist was not qualified to work with kids with Autism. The therapist would not go with what the child needs, but would just finish her therapy sessions.My son was there for 6 months and it was a complete waste of money. When asked what she would do to help my son she said she could not continue with therapies and he needs OT. I wish she would let me know earlier. She just gave up on an Autistic child. She did not use rewards to help him work.

The OT is rude and thinks she can just be rude to parents. I wish she would be a little more polite. She would insist that I leave the room during therapy She did not want me to be in the room when she worked with my son.

Please Parents do your homework before you spend your money there. I know how much parents struggle to find good therapists. But explorabilities is not a place for Autism kids.

I am sure there are good people there helping a lot of people with other disabilities. But it did not work for us.

Now my son has a new therapist and a new OT and he is doing great.

The fact that the speech therapist gave up on my son was a boon as I found someone really nice to work with him.

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This is not a place for kids with Autism. The speech therapist was not qualified to work with kids with Autism. The therapist would not go with what the child needs, but would just finish her therapy sessions.My son was there for 6 months and it was a complete waste of money. When asked what she would do to help my son she said she could not continue with therapies and he needs OT. I wish she would let me know earlier. She just gave up on an Autistic child. She did not use rewards to help him work.

The OT is rude and thinks she can just be rude to parents. I wish she would be a little more polite. She would insist that I leave the room during therapy She did not want me to be in the room when she worked with my son.

Please Parents do your homework before you spend your money there. I know how much parents struggle to find good therapists. But explorabilities is not a place for Autism kids.

I am sure there are good people there helping a lot of people with other disabilities. But it did not work for us.

Now my son has a new therapist and a new OT and he is doing great.

The fact that the speech therapist gave up on my son was a boon as I found someone really nice to work with him.

Cons: Not good for kids with Autism.

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I have been going to Explorabilities off and on for many years - after knee surgeries, shoulder injuries, back injuries, etc. Greg Robinson is a favorite physical therapist of some of the orthopedic physicians around here, and he really knows what he is doing. I have seen many PTs over the years, and by far, Greg is the best. Explorabilities has recently expanded, and while the parking lot is still not the greatest, there is plenty of parking between the front and back lots. The new facility is very nice, the staff are fantastic and everyone is very nice and helpful. Greg is hilarious, and his "sidekick" Betsy is also a hoot - great, competent, personal care that is actually fun! From what I've heard, the children's services are excellent (speech therapy, etc.) and seem very busy most of the time (although I have no personal experience). All in all, you can't beat the physical therapy and personal attention you'll receive at Explorabilities.

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★★★★★

I have been going to Explorabilities off and on for many years - after knee surgeries, shoulder injuries, back injuries, etc. Greg Robinson is a favorite physical therapist of some of the orthopedic physicians around here, and he really knows what he is doing. I have seen many PTs over the years, and by far, Greg is the best. Explorabilities has recently expanded, and while the parking lot is still not the greatest, there is plenty of parking between the front and back lots. The new facility is very nice, the staff are fantastic and everyone is very nice and helpful. Greg is hilarious, and his "sidekick" Betsy is also a hoot - great, competent, personal care that is actually fun! From what I've heard, the children's services are excellent (speech therapy, etc.) and seem very busy most of the time (although I have no personal experience). All in all, you can't beat the physical therapy and personal attention you'll receive at Explorabilities.

Pros: Very competent, personal care from excellent therapists

Cons: None

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The therapists at Explorabilities genuinely care about your child. My son has torticollis and has been in therapy for the past 6 months and the therapists are amazing! The receptionist is awesome - she remembered my son after the first visit and greets him by name every time we go in. They are FAR better than the physical therapy unit of Carrie Tingley and would refer anyone to them . . . A++!!

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★★★★★

The therapists at Explorabilities genuinely care about your child. My son has torticollis and has been in therapy for the past 6 months and the therapists are amazing! The receptionist is awesome - she remembered my son after the first visit and greets him by name every time we go in. They are FAR better than the physical therapy unit of Carrie Tingley and would refer anyone to them . . . A++!!

Pros: Nice facility, amazing staff

Cons: Crappy parking lot

 

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