Sandy Physical Therapy & Aquatics

She forced me to take off my clothes in front of her.

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Published: 19 June 2019

Posted by: Bertha

The therapist at Sandy Physical Therapy inappropriately touched me! She tried to take advantage of the situation. I didn’t think this place would have such mentally depraved people working there. I had read a bunch of good reviews about this place and I thought it was a credible and reliable option. I was wrong. The therapist touched me inappropriately and tried to force herself upon me. I don’t know whether to call it sexual harassment or assault but in any case, I know that it was wrong. Like I mentioned earlier, she forced me to take off my clothes in front of her. I don’t hate lesbian women. But I condone such behavior. She should’ve been fired. They should’ve done something.

I had gone there for basic aquatic therapy. I was discussing my current plan with my therapist when she nudged me and I fell into the pool. At that time, it seemed like a genuine and playful mistake. But what I didn’t know was that she was trying to take advantage of me. She took me to the changing room and told me to change in front of her. I told her I was really uncomfortable taking off my clothes in front of a stranger but she didn\’t budge. I ended changing in front of her. This had happened one day. One other day she was helping me in the pool with my aquatic therapy. I was floating on my back and she was instructing me as to how I should propel my body properly. In doing so, she held one of my legs by my inner thigh. That was really uncalled for and unnecessary. I looked at her because I didn’t know how to react to this situation. But she kept a poker face and told me to keep doing what I was doing. The entire experience was inhuman, unbearable and just horrible. I was really uncomfortable. When I told the support staff at Sandy Physical Therapy that I wanted to change my therapist, they didn’t agree. They told me that she was the only and the most qualified therapist for my plan. I didn’t want to but I ended up complaining about her with those guys. Instead of accepting her fault, they told us that I must’ve made a mistake and took things the wrong way. They were telling me that I was in the wrong and not HER! Look, I’m all about a company protecting its employees but there should be a limit to that. I’m pretty sure that if I had made such a complaint about a guy, they would’ve fired him immediately. I’m no longer going to that place. I don’t think it’s safe for a woman or a man to go there. They don’t respect their patients. If they did, they would’ve taken some action or at least apologized to me. Don’t visit this place. Just don’t. You’d be much safer going someplace else.

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