Bill Chapin, PT

Bill Chapin, PT
Chapin & Havlicek Physical Therapy, LLC 46 Prince St, suite 402b New Haven, CT 06519
About

Bill Chapin, PT

We are a Physical Therapist-owned practice with offices in New Haven, CT and Branford, CT and have been in business for over ten years.
Primary Specialty

Physical Therapist

Education B.S. Physical Therapy
Affiliations APTA, CPTA
Office Staff Bill Chapin, Fred Havlicek, Virginia Ellis, Shirley Mudzinski, Richard Purdy, Lisa Curley, Diane Levine
Services We work together with physicians and patients to:
Design a treatment plan which will address each patient’s unique and individual needs. Provide a thorough evaluation performed by a registered physical therapist. Outline a treatment plan with short and long term goals. Re-evaluations are performed throughout treatment to assess progress and results are sent to the referring physician.
Our specialties include:
The evaluation and treatment of pain, movement disorders and physical dysfunction
Neck and back problems
Sprains, strains, fractures
Sports, work and auto related injuries
Overuse syndromes
Muscular weakness
Limited range of motion
Balance disorders
Hypermobile and unstable joints
Muscle, joint and nerve pain
Chronic pain
Headaches
Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ)
Hand injuries
Neuroloigical disorders
Amputations
Gait abnormalities/ difficulty walking
Postural abnormalities
Open wounds
Effusion, edema, swelling
Coordination problems
Endurance problems
Consumer Feedback
(4 Reviews)
Service
4 star average for Service
Environment
4 star average for Environment
Expertise
3.5 star average for Expertise
Staff
3 star average for Staff
Recommended
3.5 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
The staff was so friendly, which I really appreciated. It made me feel so welcome. I wasn't worried about any of their equipment. Everything was safe and well taken care of. I will definitely recommend them to people I know. The equipment here is fairly current. The restrooms at this office were spotless. It smelled fine in there and looked immaculate.
I won't go here anymore, the other therapists and assistant were nice, but the owners and most of the staff weren't. They made me feel like I wasn't important, always walking out of the room mid-sentence. The staff apparently weren't trained well. They obviously don't enjoy their job, and the patients can see right through them and understand which one is relaxed and which one is uptight, which I think greatly effected their ability to treat. Not every one there is bad though, the young lady in Branford was very nice and bright and so was the young man there in the winter, they would always talk to me and everyone else and made me feel important, I looked forward to seeing those two, as well as some people from New Haven and I hope they are all doing well. Overall though I was very disappointed with my treatment.
Recent Polls
Was the physical therapist's equipment clean?
Yes, it was clean enough
Did a staff member acknowledge or greet you when you entered?
Briefly, but they didn't make an effort to help me
Are you going to visit this provider again?
Only if I couldn't find a better substitute
Were the restrooms well-stocked at this provider's office?
Yes, they were well-stocked
Is this business handicap-accessible?
No, I didn't see any ramps or wheelchair accessibility
Was the physical therapist's equipment clean?
Yes, it was clean enough
Was this provider's office easy to locate?
Fairly Easy
Did this provider seem up-to-date with the current advancements in their field?
They seemed to know enough
Did you notice a foul odor when you arrived at this provider's office?
No, I didn't notice an odor
Was it easy to make an appointment with this provider?
Yes
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