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Physical Therapy Professionals in Millbrook, Hopewell Junction & Rhinebeck

MOST gives you options. We have experienced professionals who offer our patients more than 100 years of combined experience in the physical therapy field. Our staff consists of physical therapists, physical therapy assistants and office support staff at three different offices in Millbrook, Hopewell Junction, and Rhinebeck. We welcome you to get to know the people who will be responsible for overseeing your therapy. They are here to guide you through a personalized program designed to help you get the MOST out of your therapy.

  • Jose Reyes, PT, DPT :: Physical Therapist
  • Jose Reyes, PT, DPT

    Physical Therapist

    Ever since Dr. Reyes was young, he has had an inquisitive mind, always wanting to know how things worked and why. This way of thinking has propelled him to reach his life-long goal of becoming a Physical Therapist. 

    After graduating from Carmel High School, Dr. Reyes pursued his education at Westchester Community College. As he excelled through his coursework, he developed a strong passion for the sciences, specifically Biology. After receiving his Associates in Math and Science from Westchester Community College, Dr. Reyes continued his studies at Mercy College.

    While at Mercy College, Dr. Reyes received awards for his academic excellence, frequently recognized on the Dean’s list and regularly on the President’s list.  Dr. Reyes graduated from Mercy College with Magna Cum Laude honors receiving a bachelor’s degree in Health Science and a minor in Psychology.

    It was during Dr. Reyes’ time at Mercy when shadowing Physical Therapists in various settings that he developed his passion for helping people.  This led Jose to Marist College where he became part of the college’s history by being a part of the inaugural class of their Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

    While at Marist, Dr. Reyes gained experience working in the neurological rehabilitation unit of the world-renowned Helen Hayes Hospital. He developed a true passion for the neurological world of Physical Therapy, feeding his hunger for knowledge with the everlasting complexity of the brain. With a strong focus on stroke rehabilitation, Dr. Reyes also worked with patients with post traumatic brain injury, and progressive neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease. Other areas of interest include working with the older adult population, especially in balance training and fall prevention, post-operative rehabilitation, and orthopedic conditions.

    Dr. Reyes loves to deconstruct and analyze problems from multiple angles to figure out the best solution. When he is not focused on his studies, Dr. Reyes has a litany of interests and hobbies that keep him busy. Loving to work with his hands, Dr. Reyes enjoys woodworking, general construction, hiking, mountain biking, and working on small engines. 

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