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About The Manual Physical Therapy Center

Nachum Loss and Margaliet Themans-Loss each have over 24 years experience in Manual Physical Therapy . The two therapists are graduates from highly regarded universities in Israel . Nachum received a degree from The Physical Therapy School of Health Science at Ben Gurion University . Margaliet graduated from The Physical Therapy School, "Assaf Harofeh" Hospital, which is affiliated with The Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University .

Both therapists continued gaining experience in the field of Physical Therapy Practice through further accredited degree programs and work experience. In 1985 Nachum completed an advanced course in Manipulative Therapy - Maitland concept, which was accredited by G. D. Maitland, founder of the Australian Method . This method is the basis for Manual Physical Therapy's practice in physical therapy rehabilitation.

Margaliet began her practice in physical therapy in 1978 at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem , Israel . She continues to treat patients in the specialties of Oncology, Orthopedics, Neurological Disabilities, Geriatrics, Pediatrics, and Musculoskeletal Disorders.

Nachum's fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists requires continuing education in the latest techniques, approaches and information to maintain fellowship. Nachum's membership in organizations such as this is just one more assurance that they are working to provide the most innovative and advanced treatment available.

In 1995, Nachum completed a one year post graduate program in Orofacial and TMJ Disorders, specifically for dentists and Physical Therapists at UMDNJ.

Between 1997 and 2002, Nachum completed a five year study program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.

Margaliet and Nachum were brought together through their mutual fulfillment by the practice of physical therapy. However, their relationship is also enhanced as the parents of twins, a girl and a boy. They are active in the Jewish Community Center of Tenafly.

 

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