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June 5th, 2019


August 22nd, 2018

Found a home-care attendant for my mom at Mind & Mobility. They are very professional and the customer service is top notch. The attendant they sent to take care of my mom has been a God-send. Very sweet woman and my mother absolutely loves her. So happy with their services and would highly recommend them.


August 22nd, 2018

Great company that provides essential guidance and appropriate, quality home health support for families. Appreciate their responsiveness and integrity in all transactions. Highly recommend.


August 22nd, 2018

It’s an amazing place for therapy. .they are warm and inviting and always professional.


August 22nd, 2018

Best place one could ever go for help with dementia and physical rehab! You will never find better therapists anyplace! 5 star and then some!


August 22nd, 2018

Nothing but good things to share… staff is friendly, caring and patient! I’m thankful to Debra Webb for referring us. What a blessing to know my Husband is being taken care of by such a great Team of therapists.


August 22nd, 2018

I Learned about Mind and Mobility while attending a caregiver class for those who are caring for someone who has dementia.

On my first appointment, which was just for my mother to be evaluated for cognitive therapy. Mateo discussed with me how they can help my mother. I have Cerebral Palsy, therefore Mateo was concerned about my needs as well asked me if i would like to evaluated also. He evaluated both of us.

My mother and I attended our therapy sessions on the same day which is very helpful to me.

The physical therapist, Lenny helped my mother with physical exercise, she also received cognitive therapy, my mother loves music so they incorporated music in her exercise plan.

At times she would be agitated due to the her having dementia, Lenny and the other therapists knew how to calm her and get her to exercise they did not let the agitation stop her from receiving therapy. My Mother not only enjoyed the therapy but she improved both physically and had some cognitive improvement as well. I was very pleased with her improvement.

I am receiving physical and occupational therapy and some memory training, which is helping me to improve my balance, walking, standing and more. they work with each patient, more one on one than the other physical therapy places that I was treated at. I have improved since I been going to Mind and Mobility.

Mateo and the Staff are very professional and caring, you can tell that they really care for the patients that are working with, and it not just a job for them. I am very grateful for the services provided by Mateo and his staff Lenny, Clarisse, Rachel, Gina, Seth and all the other therapists and staff at Mind and Mobility.


August 22nd, 2018

I had a TOTAL knee replacement in June 2015. Prior to the surgery I asked my surgeon’s staff for recommendations of a physical therapist–post operation. This is how I was referred to “Mind and Mobility”. I have had two arthroscopic surgeries in the past and was “somewhat satisfied” with my physical therapists. But from the moment I entered “Mind and Mobility” I felt like I was with FAMILY and with people that really cared about ME and MY future. This made me want to work even HARDER for both me and to please them! In December of 2015 I had another total knee replacement for my other knee replacement (I had been a long distance runner for three decades and was paying the price for my then ignorance). I returned to “Mind and Mobility” and again I could not have been more pleased and satisfied! Through months of therapy I watched each of the therapists that worked at “Mind and Mobility” and ALL were the “best of the best”! With their help (Lenny, Rachel, Melissa–and

the rest) I am already at a physical level that I was only able to hope and dream about previously. Yes, I worked out HARD. But the workout I did was as much for me as to please them. Looking at me, you wouldn’t know that any knee problems had been an issue. I owe my future to the staff at “Mind and Mobility” as to my surgeon and my hard work.



August 22nd, 2018

It has been our pleasure to be associated with Mind & Mobility over the past several months. My partner and I have received professional care with a caring, warm attitude. The effects of their therapy have been positive and lasting. Everyone has gone out of their way to make us feel welcome and accepted. I would without reservation recommend Mind & Mobility to anyone in need of professional caring therapy.


August 22nd, 2018

I had a very positive experience within Mind and Mobility. Pamela was great to work with and provided excellent helpers for my aunt who was recovering from surgery. I was trying to coordinate all this from Arizona with my aunt in Broward county. When Hurricane Irma hit and we couldn’t get in touch with my aunt, Pamela sent someone to her condo to make sure she was ok. This was above and beyond what i expected.


August 22nd, 2018

It was a huge weight off my shoulders when I found Mind and Mobility for my mom. The live-in companion service is fantastic! No more worrying. Mom is in good hands 24-7, which has allowed her to remain living in her own comfortable home while she recovers from a stroke. Her aide helps in so many ways…emotional needs, cooking, housekeeping, and hygiene. The physical therapy program is also highly recommended! The staff really follows up to make sure we are happy with all the services. This is a company that cares about customer service, and knows how to provide.


August 22nd, 2018

I was referred to physical therapy for a left rotator cuff tear. I also have an inherited neurological disease that affects my balance, ability to walk, climb stairs, etc. (a late-onset form of hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy – HMSN).

Before making an appointment, I went to Mind & Mobility to ask what kind of physical therapy they provide (e.g., sports-oriented; rehabilitation; etc.). I was told that they have an expert in treating Parkinson’s disease and similar movement disorders. That was just what I need.

On my first appointment, I was evaluated for both my left shoulder rotator cuff tear and also for my neurological disorder (balance, walking, etc.). I was told that the occupational therapist would be

working with me for the shoulder problem, and the physical therapist would work with me on neurological problems. They contacted my doctor to get a referral for physical therapy for falls, balance and related problems. I have been working with them for 12 weeks now.

The physical therapist, Lenny, is a miracle worker in my opinion. I have never met anyone who understood so much about the Parkinsonism-like movement problems that I have. Lenny worked with me in so many ways to improve my balance, walking, turning, climbing stairs, getting out of chairs without using my arms to push off, and skills for fall prevention. One day I told him that I hadn’t been able to run in 5 years. He said he could teach me very easily, and he did! He walked along side me, holding my left hand and the back of my belt, and began walking faster, and then, almost as though we were dancing, he had me running beside him. I’m a 68-year-old very reserved man, but I started crying when I realized that I was actually running. I never thought my body would be able to do that again.

I think anyone with a movement disorder related to Parkinson’s disease, parkinsonism, stroke, or other impediments to normal body movement should make at least one visit for evaluation with Lenny at the Oakland Park (Fort Lauderdale) site, or with Mateo in the Boca Raton facility. These people really know so much more about coordinating the entire body than do sports-oriented physical therapists.