Neck Pain

Chronic or recurrent neck pain can be severely debilitating and can also be accompanied by upper back pain, shoulder blade pain, and headaches. These symptoms, along with tight neck muscles and stiff joints, can make even the simplest daily activities painful. Neck exercises are a common part of almost any treatment program for neck pain. 

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Knee Pain

Pain in the knee can be caused by repetitive trauma and strain or by injury. Occasionally it occurs for no apparent reason. When knee pain occurs, you may experience functional limitations that include difficulty walking, rising from sitting, or ascending and descending stairs. Physical therapy can help to complete these daily tasks with little to no pain.

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Cancer-Related Fatigue

Cancer treatments are rigorous and can take a toll on the body. If you are feeling tired all the time you’re not alone. The number one complaint of cancer patients, affecting 78% to 96% of those undergoing treatment, is cancer related fatigue (CRF). The goal in Physical Therapy is to help you become as independent as possible.

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Shoulder Pain

technique that can be used to treat any injury head to toe! The goal of physical therapy for shoulder pain is to improve the function of the muscles that surround the shoulder. Most people, athletes and weight-lifters included, only strengthen a few of the large muscles around the shoulder. 

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Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

We provide individualized treatments for pelvic floor pain, weak pelvic floor muscles, prostatitis, pre- and post- prostate surgery, and urinary incontinence and leakage.

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Pre & Post Operative Care

The road to recovery doesn’t have to wait until after surgery. In fact, two aspects of the surgical experience critical to achieving a successful recovery are pre- and post-operative rehabilitation.

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Joint Replacement

Pain and dysfunction in the upper and lower extremities can have many causes. Sports or work-related injuries, overuse and/or trauma from an accident are just some of the possibilities.



Physical therapy for osteoarthritis aims to strengthen muscles around arthritic joints, and to increase joint mobility while adequately supporting affected joints to prevent injury.


Sports Injury

Sports Injury Rehabilitation helps athletes effectively treat pain and return to normal function. We emphasize the importance of early injury recognition and treatment.

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Back Pain

The goals of physical therapy for back pain are to decrease back pain, increase function, and teach the patient a maintenance program to prevent future back problems.


Balance Rehabilitation

Our knowledgeable and experienced staff helps patients improve their balance and activity levels. Participation in the Vestibular and Balance Rehab program requires a physician referral.


About Us

Hands Of Hope is dedicated to bringing our expertise to the general public. The driving philosophy behind Hands Of Hope according to Dr. Motaz Ebeido is that, "A personal investment in proper bodily movement and balance will unleash maximum physical potential."

We offer individualized attention where the client is fully evaluated and provided a specialized program to meet their specific needs.


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We set the highest standards for customer care and access:
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-We accept most major health insurance plans



Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect on my first visit?

Your therapist will conduct an evaluation of your condition lasting between 60-90 minutes. The evaluation is necessary to create a program designed specifically to address your needs for maximum recovery.

What do I bring to my first visit?

– A referral or prescription from your doctor.
– Your medical insurance card.
– Your Photo ID.
– If you are getting therapy as a result of a worker’s compensation claim or an automobile accident, you will also need to bring your claim information, including the claim number.
*Please arrive 15 minutes early on your first visit to fill out any necessary paperwork.*

Does your facility accept my insurance?

We participate most major health insurance plans including Medicare and Worker’s Compensation. Please contact us prior to your first visit to see if we participate with your specific health plan. A full list of insurance companies that we do accept are listed in the insurance section of our website.

What should I wear?

We recommend comfortable clothing such as sweatpants or shorts, a T-shirt or tank-top and sneakers.

How long is each visit?

Each visit will last 60 – 90 minutes on average. Times may vary due to the treatment and exercises being performed.\r\n\r\n

How often do I go to treatment?

The regularity of your visits will be determined after your initial evaluation, but most patients are treated three times a week.