Hear from our previous patients about why they love Cape Coastal PT:

I have been playing sports my whole life.  Basketball has always been my favorite, but since 1990 I have enjoyed competing in triathlons and road races.  Without the help and expert care of Bob Brewster, I would have been forced to hang up my sneakers a long time ago.  He has helped me recover from so many injuries I can’t even remember all of them  Two in particular stand out – a chronic bad back and a chronic pulled calf muscle.  I remember hurting my calf a few weeks before the Falmouth Road Race back in the late 90’s.  I have competed in this race every year since 1983.  I figured after hurting my calf (yet again) in a July Triathlon that my streak was over, but Bob took me in right away, and worked with me for three weeks, Thanks to him I was able to keep my streak alive.

In addition to helping me, Bob has also helped two of my children recover from injuries.  My son is a college baseball pitcher, and Bob has been instrumental in keeping him on the mound.  Bob has helped George Jr. recover from both a serious shoulder problem and an injured elbow.  My daughter Molly (high school basketball and soccer player) has had two serious injuries (knee and hip).  Bob has worked with her on both injuries and he has kept her on the soccer field and the basketball court.  Just like me, they both swear by him.

The amazing thing about Bob is that he not only helps you recover, but he gives you creative exercises that strengthen your muscles and improve your balance so that injuries do no re-occur.  (Bob spends an incredible amount of time reading and researching whenever a client comes to him.  I have never seen a more dedicated healthcare professional.  On top of everything else, he is a very nice man with a heart of gold!

George B.

Bob is amazing!  The only PT health professional to successfully reduce my pain with a chronic hip pain and sciatic pain issue.  I’ve seen 3 PTs, a chiropractor, 4 orthopedists, 2 acupuncturists, and many sports massage therapists, and no one has been able to tackle the problem and make me feel better like Bob can.  Even more impressive, I have only been able to see him 1-3x in a row once per year, since I live out of town, but visiting him still has lasting positive effects.  Not only is Bob extraordinarily competent, but he is friendly, invested and lovely to talk to.  I can’t recommend Bob highly enough!

Molly T

It’s said that “getting old is not for the faint of heart” but my recent recovery from hip surgery and associated back pain was surprisingly quick! Thanks, of course, to Bob Brewster’s focused PT regimen. As a new area of concern popped up, Bob addressed exercises towards a successful outcome! Thanks, Bob, for all your help and expertise!

Pat P.

I am not new to the pain of a pinched nerve. I previously had upper spine
pinched nerve which was corrected through surgery. Several years later I experienced pain in my left hip due to a pinched sciatic nerve. It was resolved by performing a “cookie-cutter” set of exercises at a Physical Therapist facility. This past February I experienced the most extreme and debilitating pain that I ever had. It extended the entire length of my left leg and since it was a weekend, my wife took me to an urgent care center where they diagnosed the problem as a pinched sciatic nerve and prescribed the traditional set of a 6-day tapering off set of Prednisone pills.
Since the pain had not subsided after 3 days, I contacted a doctor who was
subbing for Primary Care doctor who was on vacation. He prescribed a pain
pill to be taken along with the Prednisone pills. I got to see my primary care doctor a few days later. He upgraded my pain medication and recommended that I immediately get in touch with Cape Coastal PT (Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy).
For any of you who have taken the time to read this, I highly recommend
that you give them a call before you make your final selection.
Using my treatment as an example, Bob Brewster, the Owner, customizes
his treatment approach to each individual i.e., there is NO one size fits all
approach in his PT Center. Knowing the pain that I was experiencing, he started me out on a basic set of exercises along with hands-on manipulation of some specific muscles. As he began to see improvement he added to the list of exercises. As the pain began to dissipate, he became more focused on improving the strength of my leg muscles which apparently experienced some level of atrophy.
When I was riding a bike or operating the upper body equipment, I was able to eavesdrop on his conversation with other patients as he gained an
understanding of their needs and began formulated his action plan for them. As I write this, I’m still under his care and am sure when he “graduates me” my body will be in the best shape has been in many years.
Frank B