Welcome to Personal Physical Therapy Services
At PPTS, you will know that you are at a unique practice.
Your issues are personal and the care provided is just as personal. You will be provided with skilled and experienced care, a warm comfortable environment and a provider who believes that you and your concerns matter. I provide one-on-one care, with most visits scheduled for a full hour. When you come for a visit, you will always be treated by me, not an aide or even another physical therapist. When you call to schedule a visit or need an answer to a question, you can take comfort in knowing that I will be the one answering the phone.
My goal for each and every patient is to reduce or eliminate your pain and improve your ability to function so that you can return to the activities that matter to you. An important part of your rehab will include education on self-care strategies for long term management and prevention.
I currently balance my practice between traditional orthopedics and pelvic floor conditions. I am just as comfortable and happy to treat you for spinal pain, shoulder problems, difficulty walking, post surgical rehab or deconditioning. Although I have chosen to specialize in what is traditionally referred to as “women's health” physical therapy, countless men struggle silently with significant urological and colorectal conditions as well. And though the general public may not be aware of physical therapy's role in this region, there is a constantly growing database of research proving the effectiveness of physical therapy.
I hope that this website answers any initial questions you might have and that you feel more confident that PPTS can partner with you to facilitate your recovery.
I look forward to your call and the opportunity to speak with you, whether it's to schedule an appointment or to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to text your questions to the primary phone number any time of day, it is actually one of the quickest ways to get a response. Or send an email, if you prefer. As I am most often treating patients throughout the day, it is challenging to answer the phone unless I am on a short break between patients.