Excel Physical Therapy in Fort Lee, NJ
Fort Lee Physical Therapy Clinic
If you’re looking for a physical therapist in the Fort Lee, NJ area, you’ve come to the right place. At our Fort Lee clinic, we go above and beyond to help you achieve your rehabilitative goals and make your experience a positive one. Whether you’re sick of the everyday aches and pains, have suffered an injury, or are facing a surgical recovery, Excel Physical Therapy’s team of experienced physical therapists will keep you moving forward. Our Fort Lee office is a proud member of the HSS Rehabilitation Network and was recognized as the 2020 Best Fort Lee Physical Therapy Award recipient.
Located on the eastern border of Bergen County, our Fort Lee physical therapy clinic has the distinction of being EXCEL’s original location. At 4,700-square feet, it is conveniently located near all major highways and close to the George Washington Bridge. It serves as an easy location for patients living in the nearby areas, as well as for patients traveling into and out of New York City.
If you’re ready to get started, simply request an appointment online or give us a call at 201-224-8717. Typically, we can schedule your initial physical therapy evaluation within 24 hours. We’re proud to offer flexible hours and scheduling options for our patients’ convenience. Let our helpful Fort Lee patient coordinators guide you through the necessary paperwork, assist with scheduling, and field any questions you may have.
Led by Clinic Director Tom Labocki, PT, DPT, our Fort Lee care team is dedicated to providing an exceptional patient experience as you navigate road to recovery. Inquire about our Korean language capabilities.
Monday 7:00 AM – 7:40 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 7:40 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 6:20 PM
Upper Body Ergometer
GameReady Cold Compression
Meet Your Clinic Director
Born and raised in Garfield, NJ, EXCEL Fort Lee Clinic Director Tom played high school varsity soccer, basketball, and track and field. While receiving physical therapy following a knee injury, Tom became interested in the human body and injury recovery. In his senior year at Garfield High School, Tom had the chance to observe clinicians at a physical therapy office, which solidified his decision to pursue a career in physical therapy. Tom studied Biology at Seton Hall University, with a pre-graduate focus in Physical Therapy. During his senior year, Tom started at UMDNJ, now part of Rutgers University. He is a proud member of the first class in New Jersey to graduate with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy.