bright care physical therapy pLLC

144 e allendale rd
saddle river, new jersey 07458

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 25, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4463625

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ROCKLAND

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

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2013 - BRIGHT CARE PHYSICAL THERAPY PLLC









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  • Health plan failure brings dread for Obamacare beneficiaries
    By JAMES ANDERSON and CARLA K. JOHNSON, Associated Press - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017

    [...] while Republicans in Congress failed this week to craft a new health care plan, they did succeed in shaking the confidence of those who rely on the act the most.Alison Chandra sobbed with relief Monday night when she heard that the Republican health care plan appeared doomed.[...] Chandra's anxiety swept back when she heard about the GOP effort to repeal the health plan with no replacement.Dawn Erin went to her first round of physical therapy Tuesday to treat painful bladder infections she's suffered for two decades.Physical therapy might seem mundane for some, but the 46-year-old from Austin, Texas, was ecstatic.Erin relies on a government subsidy to help pay for her plan.Alexandra Flores, 29, a library assistant at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg, was astonished with Trump's "Let Obamacare fail" declaration and his further insistence that "I'm not going to own it."Trump is acting like those who currently benefit from the ACA are wrong and will be punished for the simple act of having health insurance," Flores said, adding that she feels he's using her health care coverage "as a bargaining chip.Potter was covered under the Affordable Care Act when she unexpectedly became pregnant last year and had bleeding and other complications.AP writers Kelli Kennedy in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Collin Binkley in Boston; Holly Ramer in Concord, New Hampshire; Lindsey Whitehurst in Salt Lake City and Margery Beck in Omaha, Nebraska, also contributed to this report.

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    Penny Kendall-Reed, a naturopathic doctor, notes that the body reacts to physical, mental, or emotional stress in one way – by secreting glucocorticoids. Her approach to stress management incorporates three strategies: supplementation with agents such as magnolia flower and gamma-aminobutyric acid; lifestyle measures such as balanced exercise, massage therapy, deep breathing, and meditation; and, when -

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  • Montana faces double quandary over Medicaid expansion
    By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, Associated Press - Monday Jul 17, 2017

    While Montana Democrats tout their state's plummeting number of medically uninsured — from 20 percent of the population in 2013 to 7 percent last year — the number of Medicaid enrollees has far exceeded expectations, and some worry the program cannot be sustained.Since it took effect in January of last year, nearly 80,000 of Montana's 1 million residents have enrolled.A U.S. Senate bill to replace the Obama administration's health care law would phase out, over several years, the federal money given to states to expand Medicaid.Even the lead sponsor of the bill that authorized expansion is raising concern that the higher-than-expected number of enrollees could be unsustainable and that state officials need to be more aggressive with the program's job training component."Without Medicaid expansion, she wouldn't be able to get any physical therapy she needs so she can start getting a paycheck again," said Travis Jackson, who often speaks on his wife's behalf because she can sometimes feel socially awkward around people she doesn't know.[...] those jobs lack health benefits, and the wages are too meager to pay for private coverage — a reality far too common in rural economies.State officials initially expected 75 percent of Medicaid expansion enrollees would avail themselves of job services, which translates to about 60,000 would-be job seekers.

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