Harvey M. Deutch, PT

★★★☆☆
  • 580 Market Street Suite 200

    San Francisco, CA 94104

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  • 415-788-2100

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I highly recommend Harvey Deutch and Gina Giammanco for physical therapy -- particularly for "hands on" work for back issues. I have had numerous knee, back and shoulder injuries over the years, and I've been to a number of different physical therapists. Gina and Harvey are the best therapists when "hands on" work is required. They seem to integrate physical therapy, soft tissue work and chiropractic - like adjustment. Their "adjustment" techniques are very different than the often harsh, forceful, rote techniques used by many chiropractors. I would recommend other places the type of on-going, regular theraphy for post-surgery knee operations where the focus is strengthening the legs and "hands on" work is not as important. Gina and Harvey both tend to have very full schedules. It costs me more to go to Redhawk because they are not "in network" under my insurance plan, but I would not go anywhere else when my back acts up.

The only reason that I do not give them 5 stars is because Redhawks billing system is a mess. I think their billing is performed by some outside agency that seems to use a random number generator to create their bills.

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★★★★☆

I highly recommend Harvey Deutch and Gina Giammanco for physical therapy -- particularly for "hands on" work for back issues. I have had numerous knee, back and shoulder injuries over the years, and I've been to a number of different physical therapists. Gina and Harvey are the best therapists when "hands on" work is required. They seem to integrate physical therapy, soft tissue work and chiropractic - like adjustment. Their "adjustment" techniques are very different than the often harsh, forceful, rote techniques used by many chiropractors. I would recommend other places the type of on-going, regular theraphy for post-surgery knee operations where the focus is strengthening the legs and "hands on" work is not as important. Gina and Harvey both tend to have very full schedules. It costs me more to go to Redhawk because they are not "in network" under my insurance plan, but I would not go anywhere else when my back acts up.

The only reason that I do not give them 5 stars is because Redhawks billing system is a mess. I think their billing is performed by some outside agency that seems to use a random number generator to create their bills.

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When you walk in, you can smell feet! The carpets look like they've never been cleaned and I'm starting to wonder if the new wart growing on my foot isn't from walking around there barefooted. Given the lack of attention that they've given to maintaining their facilities, I have no doubt that they never clean their equipment either. Disgusting place.

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When you walk in, you can smell feet! The carpets look like they've never been cleaned and I'm starting to wonder if the new wart growing on my foot isn't from walking around there barefooted. Given the lack of attention that they've given to maintaining their facilities, I have no doubt that they never clean their equipment either. Disgusting place.

Pros: Maybe a convenient location for some people

Cons: DIRTY

 

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