Send Us a Fax
Mon, Wed & Fri: 7:30am – 7pm
Tue & Thurs: 7:30am – 3pm
Steve McCune, PT, MPT (Master of Physical Therapy) is a graduate of SUNY Binghamton where he obtained his first bachelor degree. Steve earned his second bachelor degree in Health Science, and his Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Sciences in Philadelphia. Steve is a licensed Physical Therapist by the State of New York and certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a performance enhancement specialist – giving him the ability to progress his patients/clients from early phase physical therapy to high level sports performance. He has been a dedicated medical rehab provider for thirty (30) years, and an exceptional physical therapist for twenty (20) years who also stays current with all the newest procedures, protocols, and treatment methods.
As co-founder of ProCore Physical Therapy, P.C. Steve has developed his expertise in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation through his hands on treatment approach to the benefit of thousands of clients. Many know Steve for his ability to help people navigate their way along the path to recovery after they have required joint replacement surgery, ACL(knee) reconstruction, and shoulder repairs just to name a few. Steve’s knowledge and experience in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation is paramount in maintaining ProCore Physical Therapy as the best choice for orthopedic and sports rehab.”
Physical Therapy in Tappan, NY
JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Tappan: Your Local Provider for Concussion Rehab, Women’s Health, and More
Located on Route 303, JAG-ONE PT Tappan is Rockland County residents’ source for the physical therapy treatment they need to stay in the best physical health. Our multispecialty PT staff works with each patient to come up with an individualized treatment plan, and we’re committed to finding the treatment methods that target your physical health conditions and work best with your lifestyle.
Although we offer a whole range of specializations, among our top modalities are:
The vestibular system, which is located in the inner ear, is what regulates our sense of balance. Disruptions to this system can cause symptoms affecting every aspect of daily life, like dizziness, nausea, and difficulty walking. Our vestibular therapy program aims to correct vestibular dysfunction quickly and lastingly and help you get your balance back.
Abnormal bands of tissue in the musculoskeletal system, called adhesions, can arise from injury, surgery, or idiopathic conditions. These adhesions can cause chronic pain and lessened limb mobility, but the Graston technique uses special tools to massage affected tissue and allow the body to reabsorb the adhesions naturally, offering long-term symptom relief.
Athletes and other people with a physically active lifestyle are always passionate – and we’re equally passionate about sports medicine. We use the latest treatment advances to help our patients get the most out of athletic training, return to physical activity after an operation or injury, and much more.
To find out more about the treatment options we offer or to have any other questions answered, contact JAG-ONE PT Tappan today.