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Meet our Physical Therapist, Caryn!

Meet our Physical Therapist!

What made you get into the field of Physical Therapy?

I have always enjoyed helping people. I was exposed to therapy at a young age by having a handicapped brother and always knew that I wanted a helping career in rehabilitation.


How long have you been practicing physical therapy?

I have been a physical therapist for 23 years.


What’s your favorite part about being a physical therapist?

I really enjoy the interaction with patients and helping them both physically and emotionally to feel better. It is very rewarding to help people accomplish things they couldn’t do previously.


 What’s your favorite condition to treat as a physical therapist? 

My favorite condition to treat is gait and balance problems. I love helping patients to be safer and more functional to prevent falls.

 How can patients benefit from treatment?

Patients can benefit from treatments by being consistent with their appointments and continuing with HEP on non therapy days and post discharge for maintenance.


 What do you love about being part of the Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy team?

Reddy Care is a wonderful place to work. Everyone is very friendly and helpful and it is a very patient centered facility.


 What’s one fun fact about you?

I love to shop... probably if I wasn’t a Physical therapist, I would have been a personal shopper!!



At Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy, we can get you set up with the right therapist for you. Call today to schedule a consultation!
Reddy Care Great Neck (Great Neck Physical Therapy): 516-829-0030
Reddy Care Farmingdale (Farmingdale Physical Therapy): 516-420-2900
In-Home Physical & Occupational Therapy (Home Care): 516-829-0030






Caryn Blum, MPT Caryn Blum, MPT has been a therapist for 23 years and graduated with a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware. Caryn has worked in all aspects of physical therapy including hospitals, rehab centers, outpatient and now homecare. She loves working with and helping people to feel better and improve their functional abilities. Caryn has a special interest in balance, gait and vestibular dysfunctions as well as various orthopedic problems.

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