Mr. Erik Hofmann PT
Physical Therapist1385 Boston Post Road Larchmont NY, 10538
Erik Hofmann serves as director of the Larchmont, New York location. After receiving his Physical Therapy degree in 1998 from SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, he practiced at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital ...
Education and Training
SUNY Medical Center Physical Therapy 1998
Univ of Queensland, Fac of Med, Herston, Queensland, Australia Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy 2003
- Therapeutic Exercises
- Manual Therapy
- Neuro-muscular Therapy
- Therapeutic Taping (kinesiology Tape)
- Electrical Stimulation
Experience & Accolades
- Director2010Recovery Physical TherapyErik Hofmann serves as director of the Larchmont, New York location.
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Patient Experience with Dr. Hofmann
- Janine m.
knowledgeable and friendly professional.
- Laurence l.
Great follow-up and instructions.
- J. i.
Extremely pleased with my treatment and feel vastly improved.
- Mary e.
I feel I am in "good hands" with Erik..
- Robert r.
Very attentive and professional .
Treatment of both knees.
- L. w.
He helps every individual..
- Carl g.
- Herman s.
- Nancy a.
- Bill s.
- Alle w.
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