Excel Physical Therapy in Jersey City, NJ

Excel Physical Therapy in Jersey City, NJ

551-313-7300

Jersey City Physical Therapy Clinic

Our Jersey City physical therapy clinic features a bright, open-concept design spanning two stories, with a separate functional training space and spacious treatment area. 

Located in Jersey City’s Paulus Hook neighborhood, EXCEL Physical Therapy is situated at the corner of Marin Boulevard and Morris Avenue, steps from the Marin Boulevard Light Rail stop.

EXCEL is proud to serve Hudson County residents from our two convenient locations in Hoboken and Jersey City.

No prescription? No problem. Using Direct Access, most patients can access PT without a referral. This direct approach gets you on the road to recovery quicker, saving valuable time and money. If our experienced therapists believe you should consult with a physician regarding your condition, we can introduce you to the best physicians in the area.

If you’re ready to get started, simply request an appointment online or give us a call. Typically, we can schedule your initial physical therapy evaluation within 24 hours. Our friendly patient coordinators will walk you through the necessary paperwork, schedule your appointments, and answer any questions you may have. Our Livingston care team is dedicated to providing an exceptional patient experience as you navigate road to recovery.

201 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07302

P: 551-313-7300
F: 551-313-7600

Monday            7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday           7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday     7
:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thursday         7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday               7:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Office Features

Free Wifi

Open Concept

Separate Functional Training Space

Locker Rooms

I

Televisions

N

Kettlebells

N

Elliptical

N

Upper Body Ergometer

N

TRX

N

Treadmill

N

GameReady Cold Compression

Meet the Team

Ilija Bubalo, PT, DPT
Jersey City Physical Therapist

Ilija Bubalo completed his undergraduate studies at Rutgers University earning a bachelor’s degree in Biology. He then went on to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Long Island University where he was presented with the Clinical Excellence Award, given to the student with the highest clinical rotation grades.

While at Rutgers, Ilija was a student athlete for the men’s soccer team. He became interested in physical therapy as a profession after sustaining injuries to his ankle, knee, and hip. Ilija enjoyed rehabilitating his own body and thought that a profession helping others recover from injuries and pain would be the right fit. As a former athlete, Ilija enjoys treating athletes of all ages, especially runners and weightlifters.

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