Our clinics are unique in that we have multiple therapists who treat a variety of conditions and have different specialties. Whatever your rehabilitation needs might be, we have someone here who specializes in that aspect and can help you get back to living your life the way you want. The clinic atmosphere is also very welcoming, former patients come in to participate in our wellness programs to maintain good health and stay pain free. It is motivating to see those past patients still coming in and exercising on their own time. Also, our patient care team is top notch and takes pride in making sure they help you with every need you have.
What we offer:
Goal specific one on one physical therapy to include manual therapy, dry needling, functional exercises, and high tech modalities to help you achieve your goals.
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Meet the owners:
Hadi Fathalikhani, PT, DPT, COMT, MBA
Dr. Hadi Fathalikhani graduated from J.S.U. with an M.B.A. in 1981 and from N.Y.U.’s Physical Therapy program in 1986. After working in New York for five years, he re-located to the Northern Virginia area and has since managed clinics both in Maryland and Virginia, before opening Lake Ridge Physical Therapy in 2000. In the spring of 2008, Hadi graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Hadi combines his manual therapy skills and patient education in corrective exercise to return to them back to their full capacity pain free. He enjoys working with all ages and injuries, particularly post-operative patients and patients with frozen shoulder, neck, and low back pain. Hadi continues to work actively in the community within clinical education with local physical therapy programs serving as a clinical instructor and adjunct faculty in orthopedics. Hadi is a certified Clinical Instructor, and active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Christopher Greetham, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT, MCSP
Chris Greetham graduated from the University of Western England in 1983. After working in England and with the United Nations on third world rehabilitation programs, he came to reside in Lake Ridge, VA in 1990. He managed several clinics in Northern Virginia and worked at Potomac Hospital before opening Lake Ridge Physical Therapy in 2000. Chris teaches continuing education courses for Maitland Australian Physiotherapy Seminars to Physical Therapists all over the United States and is a guest faculty at Marymount University and the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore.
Chris is a Maitland Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT), a Fellow American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT), and a Member of the Chartered Society of Physical Therapists (MCSP).