Hugs For Brady 2017 Winter Gala

The theme for this year's Winter Gala held at The Palace at Somerset Park on March 4th was "The Many Faces of Hugs for Brady". When the night was over Hugs For Brady foundation had received record donations and honored some truly amazing families and individuals in the community for their tireless effort in the fight against Pediatric Cancer. Wow! This year's event raised $262,540.55 The gala, serves as our most significant fundraiser of the year and honors the individuals who...

2nd Annual Pajama Drive A Success

Thank you Jersey Physical Therapy for your donation of PJs for our pediatric patients at The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital (#BMSCH) following its 2nd Annual Pajama Drive in partnership with Hugs for Brady, a local Kendall Park charity that has donated over $1 million to kids battling pediatric cancers. Sean Moore, PT, MPT; Geoffrey Hunt, PT, OCS; and Marc Rubenstein PT, DPT, OCS, from Jersey Physical Therapy, delivered the donation to The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital on Thursday. We love...

Pajama Donation Drive Extended

Jersey Physical Therapy has teamed up with The Hugs for Brady Foundation this 2016 holiday season to do a Pajama Drive to benefit children battling cancer who are currently at the Bristol Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital.  Click Here to learn about our successful 2015 pajama drive. Donation Schedule Beginning November 30th till December 31st we will be collecting new, unwrapped pajamas for ages newborn to age 22 at each of our three physical therapy office locations in East Brunswick, South...

JPT Alumni News Update With Alexi

Alexi Wiemer considers himself lucky. In the winter of 2015, Alexi had a severe fall onto his back from 30 feet while rock climbing. He was rushed to the ER where he was diagnosed with a burst compression at L1-L3 that resulted in spinal fusion surgery from T11-L3. The doctors were not sure he was going to walk again as he had some spinal cord symptoms. But, after doing inpatient rehab at the local hospital for 3 weeks, outpatient physical...

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

PT Laura Freneaux along with friends and family took part in American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K walk on October 16th. The walk is New Jersey's largest breast cancer walk.  They were amongst the 16,000 all covered in pink at Point Pleasant Beach to help raise money for breast cancer research and awareness. Hooray!  The event was a sure success raising over $1 million in donations. If you are interested in attending an event this October it...

Fall Prevention Fact Sheet

To help spread the word and reduce the number of falls that occur with Adults 65 and older, September 21-27 is recognized as Falls Prevention Awareness Week throughout The State Of New Jersey. The following Falls Prevention Fact Sheet details key information to increase awareness and provide important tips to help prevent falls. Did You Know? More than one third of adults 65 and older fall each year in the United States. In 2013, 27,747 older Americans died due to...

Sports Taping Techniques That Improve Function

As the 2016 Summer Olympic Games is coming to a close most of us have sat down in front of the TV and watched these high level athletes compete while wearing their countries respective uniforms. One thing that we have also seen many of these athletes wearing over the past few Olympic Games is what looks like strands of tape along various parts of their body. Taping techniques have been part of the healthcare community for decades. Over the years...

An Original Grass Roots Movement To Help Mike

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation started as a grassroots movement by pioneers who refused to accept the long-standing dogma that a spinal cord, once injured, could never recover or be repaired. On August 4th Jersey PT staff, family and friends attended a special fundraising event held at Royce Brook Country Club to support The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation and our friend Mike Nicols. Mike received a severe spinal cord injury while playing hockey on Jan. 4, 2014. The...

JPT Gets Enhanced Communication With Vinitial App

The staff at Jersey PT values communication with patients as well as patient feedback. These two factors led owner Marc Rubenstein to pilot the use of a new application with his patients at the Jersey Physical Therapy Plainsboro location. Last year, while attending the Private Practice Conference in Orlando, Florida, Marc met Dave Kittle, who graduated from the same physical therapy school that Marc attended, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Dave introduced Marc to his company Vinitial, an “app”...

Jersey Physical Therapy Supports Eric LeGrand’s “A Walk to Believe” 5K

In the fall of 2010, Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand suffered an injury that would change his life dramatically. While tackling a player from Army he sustained a fracture to the C3 and C4 vertebrae in his neck. As a result of this injury, he had spinal cord damage that left him paralyzed from the neck down. This injury required 9 hours of surgery to stabilize his spine; after this surgery, his doctors gave him a 0 to 5 percent...
  • Office Locations

    Jersey Physical Therapy serves Middlesex, Somerset & Mercer counties.

    South Brunswick Office

    3228 State Route 27, Suite 2A Kendall Park, NJ 08824
    (732) 297-0032 (p)
    (732) 297-0558 (f)

    East Brunswick Office

    180 Tices Lane East Brunswick, NJ 08816
    (732) 418-7033 (p)
    (732) 418-7011 (f)

    Plainsboro Office

    3 Liberty Street, Suite 1032 Plainsboro, NJ 08536
    (609) 785-5386 (p)
    (609) 785-5388 (f)