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Renata Tatgenhorst is the Clinical Director of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy in Old Bridge. Renata graduated from Drexel University with her doctorate in physical therapy and joined the JAG-ONE team in 2012. She is certified in Graston Technique and Functional Capacity Evaluations. She has extensive knowledge in treating musculoskeletal injuries in both surgical and non-surgical conditions and believes in treating the body as a whole to optimize recovery.
Physical Therapy in Old Bridge, New Jersey
JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Old Bridge: Your Musculoskeletal Specialists in Middlesex County
Situated at 254 Texas Road, JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Old Bridge is proud to support the Middlesex County community. Our talented team offers a wide array of programs, including occupational treatments and sports medicine services. We bring a personalized approach to physical therapy, with all of our services delivered with integrity and care.
All of our compassionate PT staff provide holistic treatment solutions to optimize the recovery process.
We offer physical therapy services for all patients, including the following specialties:
This soft tissue therapy uses specialized tools to break down adhesions and scar tissue. At JAG-ONE PT Old Bridge, we have a deep knowledge of this technique and apply it alongside numerous other therapies. If you have adhesions or scarring in your muscles, tendons, or ligaments due to overuse or injury, the Graston technique can be highly effective.
The vestibular system plays a central role in balance, coordination, and physical control. It connects the inner ear with the brain, and it has been linked with a range of dysfunctions and physical disorders. We offer a complete vestibular therapy program tailored to your exact needs, from initial diagnosis to ongoing treatment and support.
Women's Health Services
Our team specializes in women's health services, including pregnancy support and female athletic training programs. Some musculoskeletal concerns are closely associated with the female body, including pelvic floor weakness, osteoporosis, and postural changes due to pregnancy or mastectomy.